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Your Town, May 29, 2016

By Tammy Gemaehlich

It was a blood-curdling scream. Imagine the sound that might result from slamming your finger in the car door — the high-pitched wail of anguish as the shock wears off and the intense pain washes over. It’s not the startling ...


Best of Bridge, May 29, 2016

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: May 19: Darlene Clark and Judy Tirpack; Cheryl Spray and Rocky Otto. May 20: Pat Kelley and Paul Froio; Sharon Snyder and Jeff Phillips. May 24: Bill Voss and Michael Otte; Spray and Otto. May 25: ...


Pegging Out, May 29, 2016

By Staff

Here are the May 26 results for the Two Rivers Cribbage Club: ■ First place: Sue Thorndill, Fruita ■ Second place: Doris Anderson, Grand Junction ■ Games are at 6 p.m. Thursdays, at the Masonic Center. For information, ...


Organizers ‘rally the troops’ for economic growth

By Mike Wiggins

For years and for many people, economic development has been little more than a buzz word, some nebulous, nonparticipatory goal that someone else was trying to achieve. And for years, the annual meeting of the Grand Junction Economic ...


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Combat vet climber finds particular solace in Bears Ears

By Gary Harmon

When the American Alpine Club put out a call to its members for letters about the values in the proposed Bears Ears National Monument, 251 Coloradans wrote in. One of those Coloradans, Scott Partan of Avon, said he found comfort on the sheer ...


Unilateral fed action still tops grievance list for many in Utah

By Gary Harmon

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell plans to visit Utah this summer to discuss the proposed Bears Ears National Monument, an outreach that Utah officials said they welcome even as they offer their own proposal for much of the same land. Utah ...


Death Notices: May 29, 2016

By Staff

■ Veryl S. Krueger, 92, Grand Junction, died May 26, 2016, at his home. Mr. Krueger was a carpenter. He is survived by one son, Loren of Pueblo; six daughters, Kathy Vendegna of Grand Junction, Sharon Smith of Texas and LaDon Nordin, ...


Bookcliff Barbershop Chorus singing the national anthem

By Matt Meyer

The Bookcliff Barbershop Chorus sang the national anthem Saturday night at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series at Suplizio Field.  ...


Chatwood leads Rockies to 5-2 win over sizzling Giants

By The AP

DENVER — Tyler Chatwood felt like he was throwing the best he’d ever thrown just before undergoing his second Tommy John surgery in July 2014. Look at him now — better than ever. Chatwood threw seven masterful innings, ...


Federal government questions Alamosa airport subsidy

By The AP

ALAMOSA — The U.S. Department of Transportation is questioning why the Alamosa airport deserves a federal airline subsidy and wants the county to show why the rural area in southern Colorado needs help getting air service. A federal ...


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