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Sales tax take by city in dive

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Grand Junction’s sales- and use-tax revenue continued its precipitous decline in May, plunging 14 percent compared to the same time last year as shoppers maintained a tight grip on their pocketbooks. The city collected $3.8 million in ...


Mesa State offers retirement payouts

By Emily Shockley

Tenured professors who have taught at least 15 years at Mesa State College have until Aug. 1 to express interest in an early retirement payout. The plan offers qualifying professors $1,000 for each year they’ve been with the college, ...


Consumers, get ready for switch to digital TV. This time, for real

By Emily Shockley

Digital to analog converter boxes are a hot item at Target this week because of the impending deadline to prepare for the digital transition. Starting Friday, TV channels broadcasting on an analog signal will convert to a digital signal, ...


Caprock2 Academy 6-4-9

Report: Student proficiency greater than at noncharter facilities

By Emily Shockley

Getting an A-plus was a piece of cake in public school. Heathryn Livingston, however, needed more of a challenge, so she enrolled in Caprock Academy two years ago and got the push she needed. She just finished fifth grade Thursday, but ...


CWA Golf Rakowski 6-7-9

Rakowski, Knous steal show in Colorado West Amateur

By Staff

Jim Knous summed it up best. “He brought his ‘A’ game; I didn’t,” the Colorado School of Mines golfer said. The ‘he’ to which Knous was referring was his good friend and former Basalt High School ...


Federal fracking legislation unnecessary

By The Daily Sentinel

So let’s see. The Environmental Protection Agency under both a Democratic and a Republican president found no threat to domestic drinking water from the gas industry practice of hydraulic fracturing. Additionally, states already have ...


Big Sky Archery Wilde 6-7-9

Hitting the mark at the Big Sky Open

By Dave Buchanan

During Sunday’s final round of the Big Sky Open archery tournament, one rain ended and another reign resumed. A weekend of unsettled weather was capped Sunday by a brief rain shower during the last half of the day’s archery ...


Man rolls vehicle that he shouldn’t have been driving, GJ police say

By Melinda Mawdsley

A Grand Junction man injured in a rollover Saturday night was driving a vehicle he was prohibited from using because it did not have an ignition interlock system, Grand Junction police said. Edward Morris, 47, was taken by ambulance to St. ...


Meeker native honored for police heroism

By Amy Hamilton

A perfect storm was brewing in Fort Collins the night of Jan. 12. As officers scurried to respond to a triple homicide, trouble was bubbling up in another part of town. A woman and her two young children had locked themselves in a bedroom, ...


Monument free Wkends 6-7-9

Entrance fees waived on Monument

By Dave Buchanan

Show your father how much you love him and treat him to Father’s Day at Colorado National Monument. He’ll never have to know it’s free. On June 20-21, Father’s Day weekend, Colorado National Monument and 146 other ...


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