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Community should move government

By Rick Wagner

Epiphanies come in the strangest places, like the other day in the downtown grocery store when I heard someone engaged in a rigorous debate in the next aisle. When I came around the corner I saw the fellow and recognized him as a downtown ...

Sports Briefs, Feb. 8, 2017

By Staff

College Swimming Mavs earn 2 wins at RMAC meet Colorado Mesa University picked up two individual wins on the first day of the RMAC Swimming Championships at El Pomar Natatorium on Wednesday. Sam Bryant won the 1,000-yard freestyle, ...


Western Slope will be well represented at 4A state swim meet

By Jon Mitchell

Unlike in the past, this year Avery Pope will have some company at the Class 4A state swim meet. “It’s kind of sad because it’s the last time I get to go,” said the Grand Junction High School senior, who’ll make ...


Welcoming the target

By Patti Arnold

If the Colorado Mesa softball team thought the target was big when the season began, it might have doubled in size after the No. 19 Mavericks opened with four impressive wins. When you outscore opponents 49-9 and hit .442 as a team, with five ...

Former Paonia 3-sport star on card for Cage Wars 27

By Matt Meyer

A former three-sport athlete at Paonia High School will battle for a belt on Saturday during Cage Wars 27 at Two Rivers Convention Center. Now fighting out of Grand Junction-based Crest Combat Conditioning, Tony Darling will face Fernando ...


‘Toy Guy’ ready to pull the plug

By Erin McIntyre

Every day has been worth it for Mike Allen. Every yo-yo trick, every last-minute birthday present, every Donald Duck impression that made a wide-eyed toddler stare at him. It’s all been worth it, but after more than 20 years operating ...

City treads carefully on broadband

By Amy Hamilton

The Grand Junction City Council appears to be weighing its options carefully before moving to a next stage in creating a fiber broadband network in Grand Junction. On Wednesday night councilors listened to a presentation by the Michael ...

Northwest Colorado officials oppose severance tax hike

By Gary Harmon

Northwest Colorado officials will challenge any effort to increase the state’s severance tax, preferring to keep it low to encourage production. Officials from Mesa, Garfield and Moffat counties on Wednesday called for the Legislature ...

Blotter, Feb. 9, 2017

By Staff

Men accused of burglary Two men appeared in Mesa County court on Wednesday, each advised on a slew of possible burglary and trespassing charges connected to a rash if break-ins in Loma in December. Both Austin Jones, 21, and Benjamin ...


West Star lands at old US Tech building in GJ

By Gary Harmon

Rebuilding aircraft landing gear in a long-vacant building near Mesa Mall could create as many as 40 new jobs over three years. West Star Aviation anticipates opening a landing gear repair facility in the former U.S. Tech building at 2465 ...

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