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Toddler’s death ruled homicide

By Staff

An autopsy revealed the recent death of a Grand Junction toddler was a homicide. Owen Daniel Reak, 19 months, died April 11 in Montrose County, and the Montrose County Coroner’s Office ruled Tuesday the preliminary cause of death was ...


Pact lets Gunnison handle oil, gas inspections

By Dennis Webb

A state agency this week signed off on a landmark agreement that will allow Gunnison County to conduct its own inspections of oil and gas operations. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission unanimously approved the agreement, which ...


D51 advised to charge for busing, cut admin

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Cuts to administration, new busing fees and higher fees for sports and activities were among the budget-trimming suggestions two community groups presented to the District 51 School Board Tuesday night. The District 51-chartered Budget ...


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Holocaust rescuers remembered

By Rachel Sauer

On a wall in the Hall of Remembrance in the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, words from the Old Testament: “Only guard yourself and guard your soul carefully, lest you forget the things your eyes saw, and lest these things depart your ...


Judge: Tea party held to standards of political campaigns

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A southern Colorado tea party group is providing a lesson to similar organizations in what not to do when it comes to campaign finances. Don’t contribute money directly to candidates unless you create a political donor ...


Snow delays opening of Kebler Pass by 2 weeks

By Dave Buchanan

With new snow over the weekend delaying some much-needed repair work, Kebler Pass isn’t expected to be opened to the public for at least two more weeks. That’s the latest word from Marlene Crosby, director of the Gunnison County ...


Haynes’ complete game helps Montrose top GJ

By Nick Walter

The pitcher’s smile, wide and jaw-sagged, was frozen for a few seconds. He continued to stare toward home plate at Canyon View Park on Tuesday, surprised his curveball was called a ball. A strike would have ended the game. Skylar ...


Colorado Mesa men’s golf team finishes 2nd at RMAC championship

By Staff

Colorado Mesa shot the best team score of the day Tuesday and the second-best of the tournament, propelling the Mavericks to a runner-up finish in the men’s RMAC golf championship at Wigwam Golf Course near Phoenix. Led by Brandon ...


Dohm lifts GJ past Fruita

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction versus Fruita has quickly become one of the biggest rivalries in the Mountain Lacrosse League. For the fourth year in a row, the teams split their regular-season series, after Grand Junction won 6-5 on Tuesday on a last-minute ...


Pfaff, Higman combine on no-no for ‘Dogs

By Staff

Kameron Pfaff and Cody Higman combined for a five-inning no-hitter Tuesday in Palisade’s 13-0 win over Glenwood Springs in the first game of a Western Slope League doubleheader. Higman entered for Pfaff in the fifth ...


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