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Company seeks rights to names of famed Grand Canyon lodges

By The AP

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — To those who know and love the Grand Canyon, the names of its historic lodges are synonymous with the national park itself. Phantom Ranch, Bright Angel Lodge, El Tovar — all bring to mind a place coveted ...


Bradley’s go-ahead 3 helps Celtics beat Nuggets 100-99

By The AP

DENVER — Down the stretch, Avery Bradley couldn’t miss. Bradley hit a go-ahead 3-pointer and a jumper to help secure the lead in the final 1:24, and the Boston Celtics hung on to beat Denver 100-99 on Friday night, sending the ...


Pedestrian struck, 
killed on Horizon 
near Travelodge


By Amy Hamilton

A male pedestrian attempting to cross Horizon Drive was hit and killed by a vehicle just after 9:30 p.m. Friday, according to Kate Porras, spokeswoman for the Grand Junction Police Department. Northbound traffic on the route was closed to ...


Dems seek to revive pay-equity panel

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Two days after a Republican-controlled Senate committee voted not to continue the state’s Pay Equity Commission, all 18 women Democrats in the Colorado House introduced a bill to keep that panel alive. On Wednesday, the ...


Junction council to Legislature: Don’t let guv divert our money

By Charles Ashby

The Grand Junction City Council isn’t happy that Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office is asking legislative budget writers to use severance tax money to help offset possible taxpayer refunds this year. In a letter to the six-member ...


City agrees to buy system to record 911 dispatch calls

By Amy Hamilton

The Grand Junction Regional Communication Center will update a recording system that has failed in favor of a new system that will be able to accept text messages, video and social media. Grand Junction city councilors during Wednesday ...


Tipton wants to loosen purse strings

By Gary Harmon

Business owners in rural Colorado are frequently stifled from expansion because they’re unable to tap capital sources that are constrained by financial-reform measures, said U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo. It’s one of the areas ...


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A 3-for-all

By Patti Arnold

Run the floor. Run the floor. Run the floor. It’s preached in every Colorado Mesa women’s basketball practice and game. So, when Erin Reichle grabbed a defensive rebound Friday night and sprinted down the floor, with three Metro ...


Atchley leads GJ girls past Durango

By Staff

Grand Junction got a big scoring game from senior guard Melissa Atchley and turned a close game after the first quarter into a 55-39 Southwestern League win over Durango on Friday night. Atchley led the Tigers with 19 points and Tori Catlett ...


Defense leads to offense in Cedaredge girls’ big victory

By Matt Meyer

CEDAREDGE — Creating numerous opportunities in transition and relying on a frenetic defense Friday night, the Cedaredge High School girls basketball team defeated Paonia 58-38 in a Class 2A/1A Western Slope League matchup between two ...


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