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De Beque graduates revel in close-knit bond

By Melinda Mawdsley

Growing up takes forever, at least that’s how Lane Hutchison felt. “Now, looking back, it went fast,” he said. On Tuesday, Hutchinson and classmates Austin Low and Brady Coates graduated from De Beque High ...


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CMU to expand vet memorial

By Emily Shockley

A small, gray plaque posted on a free-standing brick wall outside Lowell Heiny Hall on the Colorado Mesa University campus pays tribute to former students who died in World War II. The new CMU Veterans Memorial that will be constructed where ...


Tipton makes noise in D.C.

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., underscored his opposition to listing the greater sage-grouse as threatened or endangered on Tuesday in a House Natural Resources Committee hearing. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service hasn’t set a target ...


Blotter, May 20, 2015

By Staff

Mud boggers become stuck No one was injured and no trucks were damaged after three drivers got their trucks stuck in the mud Monday at the Skinny Ridge area north of the Grand Junction Regional Airport, according to the Mesa County ...


Numerous
 candidates 
for airport 
manager

By Gary Harmon

Fifty people so far have applied to take over as the chief of Grand Junction Regional Airport and more can still offer their names before the application period closes at the end of the month. The airport authority embarked on a second search ...


Law advances 
state’s ability 
to fight fires

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper signed more bills into law on Wednesday, including one aimed at helping the state better fight wildfires. That measure, HB1129, is designed to go hand-in-hand with last year’s new law creating an aerial ...


Take tough stance on guarding water, 
Rep. Coram urges

By Charles Ashby

Rep. Don Coram wants the Western Slope to get tough when it comes to water. In fact, the Montrose Republican told members of the Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday that this side of the Continental Divide should consider pulling ...


Death Notices, May 20, 2015

By Staff

■ Orville Boge, 87, Grand Junction, died May 16, 2015, at Larchwood Inns. A private family service will be held. Mr. Boge was a college teacher. He is survived by his wife Frances; two sons, Bill of Prosser, Washington, and Larry of ...


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Boy, 3, dies after being struck by bus

By Staff

A 3-year-old boy died Tuesday, two hours after being struck by a Grand Valley Transit bus that afternoon, according to Dave Stassen, police spokesman with the Grand Junction Police Department. The boy was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital ...


At least one dead in multiple shootings near downtown

By Staff

A man with an obvious fatal wound to his head lies in the middle of Grand Avenue, near 8th Street, amid the wreckage of a number of vehicles in his immediate area, as Grand Valley law enforcement converge on multiple shooting scenes this ...


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