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Palisade hopes home field helps in first round of Class 4A playoffs

By Jon Mitchell

The senior-night atmosphere Palisade High School’s girls soccer team experienced during its regular-season finale was so great, they want to experience it again. What better way to do it than in the first round of the Class 4A state ...


Freshman sensation

By Patti Arnold

JR McDermott has only been pitching since the middle of his freshman year in high school. Now only a freshman in college, he established himself as the best pitcher in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. “About halfway through the ...

JUCO title games will be streamed live on

By Staff

JUCO is turning pro. The championship game (or games) of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series will be streamed live on in a partnership with Major League Baseball, the NJCAA and Grand Junction Baseball, Inc., which runs the ...

Death notices, May 11, 2016

By Staff

■ Dorothy Ann Goodwin, 69, Grand Junction, died May 7, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center.  Services will be at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the Clifton Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses. ■ Chester K. Higgins, 87, ...

Blotter, May 11, 2016

By Staff

Body found in Montrose Searchers in Montrose discovered a body Tuesday afternoon in the same area where a 54-year-old Moab, Utah, woman was last seen a week ago. According to the Montrose County Sheriff’s Office, the identity of the ...

Car catches fire inside garage of Fruitvale home

By Staff

Units with the Grand Junction Fire Department responded Tuesday afternoon to a report of a car that caught fire inside the garage of a Fruitvale home. The vehicle caught fire at 2930 F 1/4 Road, and fire fighters were able to knock down the ...

Colorado inmate claims Prince is his father, seeks DNA test

By The AP

MINNEAPOLIS — A Colorado prison inmate has filed a paternity claim with a Minnesota court against the estate of Prince, the latest claimant in what could grow into a long line of people asserting that they’re entitled to a piece of ...

Colorado Democrats kill GOP bill on $3.5 billion for roads

By The AP

DENVER — Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday killed a Republican-backed roads bonds measure, all but ensuring that nothing will be done this year to tackle the $8 billion-and-growing problem that is Colorado’s grossly underfunded ...

4 female Frontier pilots want new policies for moms at work

By The AP

DENVER — Lawyers for four female pilots who fly for Frontier have filed claims aimed at forcing the airline to change policies on maternity leaves and make it easier for new mothers to pump breast milk in private after returning to ...


Changing troubled lives

By Gabrielle Porter

Ruben Sandoval focuses on success stories. Sandoval, a 20-year veteran of the Grand Mesa Youth Services Center, works with underage criminals at the 67-bed facility at 360 28 Road. The work can be challenging, for obvious reasons. But ...

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