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CMU softball team eager for regionals

By Patti Arnold

They were antsy enough, waiting for the South Central Region pairings to come up on the screen. It was 8 a.m. on a Monday, a full day of classes ahead for the Colorado Mesa softball team, and region after region was being announced. Finally, ...


All is well after draft for Denver

By Rick Jussel

Smoke has cleared. The draft has passed. The defending champions of the American football universe are, for the most part, assembled. The biggest question about this new edition of the Denver Broncos, of course, was what to do ...


Mavs miss chance to clinch title

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa baseball team could have wrapped up its fifth straight RMAC title Monday. Instead, the Mavericks, after sitting in Denver for 2½ days waiting for weather and field conditions to be playable, let it slip away. The No. ...


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MASTERING MARBLES

By Dale Shrull

It’s a game for children. A game from a bygone time. I have a vague recollection of marbles from my kidhood. But not much. I do remember playing marbles, flicking a pretty multicolored sphere, slamming into another one. I collected them ...


Proposed new law aims to dump old laws

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Each year, Colorado lawmakers introduce hundreds of bills that make new laws, but few of them actually eliminate unnecessary ones. That, at least, is the premise behind HB1077, said its sponsor, Rep. Dominick Moreno, D-Commerce ...


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Two accused of attempting to make meth

By Amy Hamilton

Two De Beque men are facing charges of planning to make methamphetamine after allegedly getting caught stealing items commonly used to produce the drug from Walmart, 2881 North Ave., late Saturday night. When Isaac Brehm, 23, and David Daniel ...


Counties want input on broadband

By Gary Harmon

Mesa and Garfield counties are trying to find out how fast their constituents’ broadband service is. The counties are asking businesses and residents to take confidential surveys that will help local officials learn how to improve those ...


Dems’ bill would increase college tax credit for middle class

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Two Democratic lawmakers want to shift a tax credit for creating college savings accounts for their children away from the very wealthy to the middle class. Under their measure, which won preliminary approval in the Colorado ...


Blotter, May 3, 2016

By Staff

Meth found in traffic stop Two 23-year-old men were arrested on Sunday after Grand Junction police officers allegedly found plastic containers filled with shards of methamphetamine during a traffic stop near the Interstate 70 Horizon Drive ...


Death notices, May 3, 2016

By Staff

■ Jackie Marlene Etherton-Bender, 66, Grand Junction, died May 1, 2016. Services will take place at a later date. She was an administrative assistant. Survivors include her husband, Rick; two sons, Rick Jr. of Jerome, Idaho, and ...


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