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Get in touch with apatosaurus with Dinosaur Journey’s new exhibit

By Ann Wright

Take a left just before the Utahraptor devouring its prey and walk past the Supersaurus shoulder blade and on to the “Dinosaur Graveyard.” No, it’s not a Halloween display, but given the time of year the confusion is timely. ...


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Walk a trail with views straight from the Jurassic

By Staff

It’s time to make tracks to an amazing place where Allosaurus and Stegosaurus walked. At least 600 dinosaur tracks, 300 that can be easily seen, can be found in a recently opened section of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s ...


Blotter: Oct. 16, 2014

By Staff

Man searched, arrested Timothy Swenson, 36, was arrested Tuesday afternoon at 28 3/4 Road and Orchard Avenue on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy ...


An early good morning to you today, America

By Steve Beauregard

Channel surfing the morning network news shows ... HOST: Hello and welcome to the Good Morning America Early Today Show. Good morning co-host! CO-HOST: Good morning, and congratulations on your new lucrative contract extension. HOST: Um, ...


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Lawyers offer services during Mesa County Pro Bono Project

By Greg Ruland

Global Pro Bono Week starts Sunday. Lawyers across the world will host celebrations honoring attorneys who volunteer to take cases for free or at a reduced rate as a public service. Locally, those honors go primarily to the Mesa County Pro ...


Biz Buzz: Oct. 16, 2014

By Staff

Vote once a day, every day until Oct. 24, and R5 High School could win a share of millions of dollars in grants and a concert from Grammy Award-winning group The Band Perry, a local insurance firm announced. State Farm Agent Steve Kendrick is ...


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Two schools in ‘bad’ shape

By Emily Shockley

Concentrating on cracking equations and formulating essays can be tough work for Orchard Mesa Middle School students when the stench of an unreliable sewer line is wafting into the classroom from the hallway. The smell is an unwelcome visitor ...


Loma, Mack customers to be without water Thursday

By Mike Wiggins

Roughly 65 Ute Water Conservancy District customers in Loma and Mack will be without water for a few hours Thursday to allow for maintenance work. Ute Water said the planned water outage will give utility officials an opportunity to install ...


The Band Perry joins Tim McGraw as Country Jam headliner

By Melinda Mawdsley

Reigning Academy of Country Music Vocal Group of the Year The Band Perry was named a headliner for Country Jam 2015 today, joining previously announced headliner Tim McGraw as part of the four-day country music festival outside Grand ...


Road Trip: Make plans for Oct. 31–Nov. 5

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some events coming to Colorado and Utah. ■ Danger Kitty “Dead or Alive” Halloween Party — Belly Up, Aspen, Oct. 31. ■ Halloween Ball at the “Haunted Hotel” — Beaumont Hotel, Ouray, ...


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