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‘Cats cruise past Indians

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team was dominant from start to finish Thursday in a 16-1 Mountain League win over Montrose. Nic Clifford led the Wildcats (3-1) with four goals, and Brayden Plock and Bryce Morse had three goals ...


Colorado Mesa briefs, March 17, 2016

By Staff

College Fishing Mavs team in seventh at nationals The Colorado Mesa University bass fishing team of Josh Worth and Kennedy Kinkade are in seventh place after the first day of the College Fishing National Championships at Lake Keowee in ...


Briefs, March 18, 2016

By Staff

Bus riders, thank your drivers today Today is Transit Driver Appreciation Day and Grand Valley Transit riders are encouraged thank their drivers for all they do. “For hours on end, GVT drivers manage to keep a schedule, check fares, ...


West Slope native to lead Colorado’s firefighting efforts

By Dennis Webb

Grand Junction native and Colorado River Fire Rescue fire chief Mike Morgan of Garfield County will take his passion for firefighting to the state level with his appointment as director of the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and ...


Drillers may be more easily sued over quakes

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Earthquakes don’t often occur in Colorado, but homeowners would have an easier time suing drilling companies if they can show they have been damaged by an oil and gas operation if it caused one under a bill that won ...


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Partners chief a Living Legacy

By Katie Langford

They come from different organizations and different jobs. They’re social workers, administrators, therapists, volunteers and doctors. But the dozens of people who gathered for the 15th annual White Ribbon Breakfast are united by the ...


Fewer spills seen as oil, gas drilling slows

By Dennis Webb

Spills related to oil and gas development fell last year in Colorado as drilling slowed, but still occurred at the rate of nearly two a day, a conservation group says. Companies reported to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission 615 ...


Adams County felony suspect caught in GJ

By Staff

A man wanted for attempted murder in Adams County was arrested at a Grand Junction home late Wednesday night. Aaron Gallegos, 29, was taken into custody without incident at 11:24 p.m. He is being held in the Mesa County Jail pending transport ...


Death Notices, March 18, 2016

By Staff

■ Betty M. Brach, 90, Grand Junction, died March 15, 2016, at her home. She was a homemaker. Survivors include three sons, Michael L. of Montrose, John E. of Grand Junction, and Dave F. of Glade Park; one daughter, Dianna Beitz of ...


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Sip a few, enjoy the view

By Gary Harmon

The far end of the passenger boarding area at Grand Junction Regional Airport, which features a dramatic Bookcliffs backdrop, will become a bar where thirsty patrons can have a drink before boarding their flights, under an agreement approved ...


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