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Center aims to boost struggling students

By Rachel Sauer

The first time Taz Henning, 16, went to The Opportunity Center, he hit his mother. “He was out of control,” recalled Lisa Ward, a special education teacher for high school students at the center. “When he got upset, he just ...


Glade Park Community School wraps first year as charter

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It was a learning year at Glade Park Community School. While the school’s 21 kindergarten through fifth-grade students learned Spanish, knitting and music alongside the basics in 2011-12, parents and community members on the ...

Udall argues against detention of Americans

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A ruling this month by a federal judge in New York gave U.S. Sen. Mark Udall. D-Colo., new weight to his arguments against the indefinite military detention of Americans suspected of terrorism. Udall said Thursday that he hopes other ...

Attorney named GarCo manager

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The Garfield County Commission hired its county attorney Thursday to take over full time as the county manager, ending a monthslong search for the top job. Andrew Gorgey, 47, who was hired last year as county attorney, was hired for his new ...

Governor signs 29 bills

By Charles Ashby

The Governor’s Energy Office is no more. Now, the office that used to focus primarily on boosting renewable energy projects in the state will be known as the Colorado Energy Office. Under a bill signed into law Thursday by Gov. John ...

Grand Junction man arrested in baby’s death

By Paul Shockley

UPDATE: Affidavit says doctors determined toddler died from blunt-force trauma to the abdomen. A Grand Junction man was arrested Thursday night in connection with the death of an infant child last month. Justin Keel was taken into custody ...


Having some fun

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Most ballplayers would rather play a game than practice, but not all of them. Some children ages 5 to 12 preferred to participate in a clinic Thursday night at Suplizio Field with some of the junior college baseball players in Grand Junction ...

Todd Dixon leaving Central for girls job at Cherokee Trail

By Nick Walter

When the head girls basketball coaching position recently opened at Cherokee Trail High School, Todd Dixon thought back to early December. Dixon’s Central High School Warriors were playing Cherokee Trail, which won, 60-22. “I ...

JUCO rankings, May 24, 2012

By Staff

NJCAA Rankings As of May 23 Rank (1st votes) Record Pts. Pvs. 1. Iowa Western CC (10) 57-5 200 1 2. Jefferson (Mo.) College 51-10 190 4 3. Polk State (Fla.) College 45-10 178 5 4. Cisco (Texas) College 47-13 170 10 5. Neosho County ...

Deadline is today to switch political parties

By Charles Ashby

Today is the last day for registered voters to switch party affiliations before the June 26 primary elections, state election officials say. Voters in area counties will choose candidates in various races, including two seats on the Mesa ...

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