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At St. Mary’s, it’s a family affair

By Melinda Mawdsley

When Grand Valley residents visit their family physician, they may not think much about where that physician was educated or what compelled that doctor to ultimately practice locally. But chances are the St. Mary’s Family Medicine ...


Police: CMU student jumped and robbed

By Mike Wiggins

Grand Junction police are investigating a Colorado Mesa University student’s report that he was knocked unconscious and robbed while walking home from a bar last week. The 21-year-old Grand Junction man told police he had been drinking ...


Getting It Right, May 17, 2016

By Staff

A story on Page 2A Saturday should have said the keynote speaker at Colorado Mesa University’s commencement ceremony was Jennifer DeCasper, chief of staff to U.S. Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina, not Jessica DeCasper.  ...


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Palisade grads guided by excellence

By Melinda Mawdsley

Johnny Moir doesn’t have his life planned out or even an answer to that standard “Where do you see yourself in five years?” What the 2016 Palisade High School graduate does know is he’ll attend the University of ...


County: BLM changes would break federal law

By Gary Harmon

The Bureau of Land Management is proposing breaking landmark federal environmental law with its new planning proposal, the Mesa County Commission said in a letter to the agency. The commission on Monday approved the seven-page letter to the ...


Council considering halt to open burning in residential areas

By Amy Hamilton

An idea smoldering among Grand Junction City Council members may lead to a future ban on residential burning. Most councilors said during a workshop Monday they were interested in snuffing out the practice of residents burning yard waste ...


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Tamper allegation offensive, DA says

By Gabrielle Porter

As the trial of Lester Jones draws closer, the Mesa County District Attorney’s office has hit back against allegations that law enforcement tampered with Paige Birgfeld’s bones following the discovery of her body in ...


Student spotlight, May 17, 2016

By Staff

■ Suki Kim Rickey of Grand Junction graduated recently from the University of Central Oklahoma, with a bachelor of business administration degree in management — human resources management, and a bachelor of business administration ...


Fall ballot questions 
may include taxes, 
local fracking bans

By Charles Ashby

Several proposed citizens’ initiatives are still trying to make their way onto the fall ballot, including one that won approval by the Colorado Supreme Court on Monday. That initiative, pushed by the same people who are working to put ...


Blotter, May 17, 2016

By Staff

Suspect evades car pursuit No arrests were made after a pursuit of a stolen car led Garfield County sheriff’s deputies on Interstate 70 from Rifle to the South Canyon exit near Glenwood Springs on Friday night, according to a ...


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