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KJCT could go dark if not sold

By Greg Ruland

A Grand Junction television station risks going dark because a complicated deal to buy its broadcast license fell apart in June due to new federal regulations. KJCT Channel 8 could shut down if it is unable to sell its license soon, company ...

Botanica: Lavender

By Greg Ruland

PALISADE — Medieval herbalist John Gerard noted 500 years ago that dried lavender flowers ground into a powder with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, “Helpe the panting and passion of the heart (and) previaleth against giddinesse, ... ...


Ghost-hunting 101 draws the curious

By Greg Ruland

There was plenty for skeptics and believers to chew on at a presentation by Hotchkiss Paranormal Investigators at Mesa County Central Library on Saturday. HPI co-founder Hector Zefferino, lead investigator Seth Davis, and case manager Patsy ...


Pollution concerns: Electric plant review carries interstate implications

By Dennis Webb

An Environmental Protection Agency proposal to impose new pollution controls related to a past upgrade of a northeastern Utah coal-fired power plant could have cross-border environmental and economic implications in northwestern ...

Death Notices, July 13, 2014

By Staff

■ Mary “Genie” Johnson, 89, Grand Junction, died July 10, 2014, at her home. Services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Survivors include three children. ■ Mary Margaret Lambert, 84, Grand ...

GJ Rockies 13, Helena Brewers 2

By Patti Arnold

Max George hits for the cycle to lead Grand Junction to rout of Helena.  ...


By George, he did it

By Matt Meyer

The hard part was already done when Max George sauntered up to the plate in the eighth inning Saturday. He had the home run, a moonshot to the top of the bleachers in left field. He banged a triple off the CenturyLink sign in center field, ...


Lively’s bat and arm lift Monument to 9/10 title

By Eden Laase

When Monument’s Joel Lively was practicing his hitting before Saturday’s game, he hit a ball right at his coach’s shin. The two had a good laugh about it, and when Lively came up to bat with the bases loaded in the fifth ...

Late rally falls short for Taylor’s

By Staff

Baseball Late rally falls short for Taylor’s The Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning with no outs Saturday, but the Southern Nevada Blue Sox held on for a 6-5 win at the ...


Holding serve

By Allen Gemaehlich

Emma Aubert wanted to learn how to serve from one of the greatest servers to play on the ATP tour. Former men’s professional tennis player Taylor Dent told Aubert to bend her right elbow. She listened intently then tried, but she still ...

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