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Free Hep C testing available today

By Staff

Tuesday is National Hepatitis C Testing Day. Free testing in Grand Junction is available today from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Western Colorado AIDS Project, 805 Main St. Hepatitis C is responsible for most cases of liver disease, ...


UPDATE: Boy hit by bus, taken to hospital

By Staff

A 3-year-old boy was taken to the hospital with “significant injuries” after being hit by a Grand Valley Transit bus this afternoon, Grand Junction police said. The accident happened around 12:30 p.m. when the bus, headed south on ...


Woman’s body found inside car in Quail Creek Reservoir

By The AP

HURRICANE, Utah — Crews have found a woman’s body inside a car that crashed and sank into Quail Creek Reservoir in southwestern Utah. A group of BYU students that were camping nearby reported seeing a large splash and saw signs ...


FBI joins investigation into shooting of Colorado cyclist

By The AP

WINDSOR — The FBI has joined the investigation into the shooting death of a man bicycling on a rural road in northern Colorado. Police in Windsor announced Tuesday they were getting help from the FBI in the death of 48-year-old John ...


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City aims to turn ‘rural highway’ into modern boulevard

By Gary Harmon

A vision of a tree-lined boulevard geared more to leisurely visitation than quick passage through downtown won general support Monday from the Grand Junction City Council as it considers what next to do on First Street and the Interstate 70 ...


Heroin use, overdose deaths increase in Boulder County

By The AP

LONGMONT — Boulder County law enforcement officials have seen an upsurge in heroin use and heroin-related deaths. Last week, police believe they arrested a drug dealer connected to an overdose death from earlier this year. 23-year-old ...


Email letters, May 19, 2015

By Staff

Climate change could be making the streams uninhabitable to trout This is the time of year that I look forward to as a trout fisherman. The streams and rivers will soon clear and the fish will be biting. I’m so pleased that we have ...


Pot businesses sprouting fast in De Beque

By Amy Hamilton

In a town where wearing your good jeans is good enough, there’s been a steady stream of suits, ties and dress shoes showing up at De Beque’s town meetings lately. While the town’s trustees have plenty of housekeeping ...


Feds project Lake Mead below drought trigger point in 2017

By The AP

LAS VEGAS — Federal water managers have released a report projecting that Lake Mead’s water levels will fall below a point in January 2017 that would force supply cuts to Arizona and Nevada. The effects could be serious. ...


Alamosa sailor dies while on liberty in Bahrain

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Pentagon officials say a Colorado sailor died at a hotel in Bahrain after falling from a hotel balcony. The Gazette of Colorado Springs reports that Petty Officer 3rd Class Devon J. Doyle died Saturday while on ...


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