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Foodborne illness linked to unlicensed vendor

By Dennis Webb

A 24-hour foodborne illness involving an unlicensed vendor caused about 80 people to get sick after attending the Rifle Rodeo at the Garfield County Fairgrounds June 5. A Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment lab determined ...


GYM: Core Rotational Stability Series

By Staff

Core Rotational Stability Series The following three exercises require rotational stability in the core which is crucial to movement performance and injury avoidance. ■ High Plank Alternate Shoulder Tap. ■ Side Plank ...

The List: 10 gadgets/tech items that should be obsolete by now

By Staff

10 gadgets/tech items that should be obsolete by now: 1 Landline phones.     2 Compact cameras.     3 VHS.     4 Pagers.     5 Dial-up internet.     6 PDAs.     7 ...


You Saw It, June 22, 2017

By Staff


Michael Martin Murphey bringing American West music to Colorado National Monument

By Ann Wright

As the sun fades into the west, the shade of the Colorado National Monument is particularly nice. The heat begins to ebb away from the rocks and earth, and the small sounds of evening in the high desert begin to come out. On Friday, June 30, ...

Triple-A team moving from Colorado Springs to San Antonio

By The AP

SAN ANTONIO — Colorado Springs’ Triple-A baseball team is moving to San Antonio for the 2019 season, part of a series of moves by Elmore Sports Group that will cost Helena, Montana, its Pioneer League franchise. With the Pacific ...


Eastbound I-70 snarled for hours in aftermath of two-vehicle accident

By Amy Hamilton

Ambulances on Tuesday afternoon raced three people to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash and fire that charred one vehicle down to the frame near where 27 Road crosses Interstate 70, following a possible head-on crash. Authorities did ...


Strangers to the rescue

By Gabrielle Porter

An off-duty nurse, a pregnant surrogate mother, an Army veteran, a natural gas worker, a machinist, a high school student and a McDonald’s employee were among a crowd of good Samaritans who saved lives and homes after a horrific wreck on ...

District 51 to seek bond and levy hike

By Erin McIntyre

The District 51 School Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to ask voters to approve two ballot questions totaling more than $120 million in funding. The $118.5 million bond question will ask voters to fund several projects including $40 ...

Death notices, June 22, 2017

By Staff

■ Melvin Nord Atwood, 77, Grand Junction, died June 15, 2017, at Hospice and Palliative Care Center. No services were listed. Survivors include one son, Dax of Grand Junction; two daughters, Jeannie Lyons of Grand Junction, and ...

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