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D51 nears decision on 
new leader

By Katie Langford

Four finalists for superintendent of School District 51 are one step closer to finding out if they will lead an organization of nearly 22,000 Mesa County children and 2,700 employees starting this summer. On Monday, finalists Phil Onofrio, ...


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Superintendent candidate Carrie Stephenson

By Staff

Age: 49 Current location: Castle Rock Current job: Executive director of school leadership for Douglas County School District. Degrees: I have a doctorate in educational administration and policy studies from the University of Denver, a ...


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Superintendent candidate John Williams

By Staff

Age: 67 Current location: Grand Junction Current job: Attorney and Title IX coordinator at Colorado Mesa University, President of District 51 Board of Education Degrees: Bachelor’s from University of Colorado; Juris Doctor from Lewis ...


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In Montrose, problems are just learning opportunities

By Katie Langford

MONTROSE — Chris Thompson’s middle school science classroom is controlled chaos. Every student is working on a project, whether it’s designing prosthetic arms on a 3-D printer or creating hand-sewn dolls that light up when ...


Email Letters: April 11, 2017

By Staff

FWD.us is working to fix our broken immigration system The conversation around immigration issues in the Grand Junction area is healthy and robust. Thank you to those community members who took time to meet with me during my recent Western ...


Highway in northern Colorado canyon to reopen over Easter

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The flood-damaged highway that winds through northern Colorado’s Big Thompson Canyon will temporarily re-open on Easter weekend. U.S. 34 has been closed to traffic all winter for reconstruction, but the Fort Collins ...


Death in Colorado plains town investigated as homicide

By The AP

PEYTON — The death of a man found in an abandoned building on Colorado’s eastern plains is being investigated as a homicide. The Colorado Springs Gazette reported Monday the body was found in the town of Peyton, about 25 miles (40 ...


Teen sexting crime back before Colorado Legislature

By The AP

DENVER — Frequent teen sexting has given Colorado a dilemma when it comes to criminal charges. When is a naughty photo between teens a modern form of flirting? And when is it child pornography? State lawmakers are going to debate the ...


Tillerson: Russia must choose between Assad and the US

By The AP

LUCCA, Italy — U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson issued an ultimatum to Russia on Tuesday: Side with the U.S. and likeminded countries on Syria, or embrace Iran, militant group Hezbollah and embattled Syrian leader Bashar Assad. As ...


Printed Letters: April 11, 2017

By Staff

United Way thanks community volunteers Our agencies wouldn’t exist without volunteers. Shoestring staff and frugal budgets limit what small nonprofits can do, however, volunteers make the difference. That’s why for National ...


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