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Hot-shooting Mavs cruise past Cougars

By Staff

Taylor Wagner was so ill Friday night, the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball coach was wondering if he’d be able to make it to Saturday’s game at Colorado Christian. He’s sure glad he felt better Saturday, because he ...


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Expanding Fire

By Matt

Fire FC already boasts one of the largest club soccer footprints on the Western Slope, with numerous teams, tournaments and a multi-use indoor facility. That footprint potentially got an upgrade this winter after the club purchased two acres ...


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A raven’s eye on the sky

By Dave Buchanan

FISHER VALLEY, Utah — A raven’s voice brought me to a stop. Busy fiddling with camera and tripod, surrounded by the stillness of blood-red mesas, I had been lost in the chore immediately before me until a sudden ...


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A nose for the law

By Staff

Many things have changed in the Colorado’s great outdoors over the years. Some things have stayed the same. “Twenty years ago, the agency had 135 wildlife officers,” Area 14 District Wildlife Manager Philip Gurule said. ...


More snow, freezing rain forecast for Colorado

By The Associated Press

DENVER — More snow is expected in Colorado’s mountains, but this time it’s mostly forecast to stay toward the south. The National Weather Service is forecasting heavy snow in the San Juan Mountains on Saturday. A winter ...


Second-grader hit at crosswalk in critical condition

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — One of four children hit in a crosswalk outside a Colorado Springs elementary school remained hospitalized in critical but stable condition. Police Lt. Scott Schwall said Friday the second-grader, who was the most ...


Tipton glad to return to natural resources

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton is hoping to play a bigger legislative role on natural-resource issues facing Colorado and the West as a result of a committee appointment announced Friday. Tipton, R-Colo., learned he will serve on the House Committee ...


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Former Junction woman is targeted by fake social news

By Erin McIntyre

Doris Truong remembers one of the first times she was mistaken for being the same as others with Asian heritage. She was attending kindergarten in Grand Junction, and the teacher asked her to explain what was going on to Asian classmates who ...


Broadband grants to aid rural folks

By Dennis Webb

Thousands of rural Western Slope residents, including some in Mesa County’s Plateau Valley, will be among the beneficiaries of the first round of grants issued by Colorado’s newly created Broadband Deployment Board. The Department ...


Blotter: Jan. 14, 2016

By Staff

Gun pointed at driver Police responded to a report that a white man in his late 20s or early 30s, driving a dark Ford Thunderbird, pointed a gun at another driver after driving strangely about 2 a.m. Monday in Grand Junction, according to ...


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