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Coroner confirms identities in Mesa shootings

By Paul Shockley

Mesa resident LaVon A. Hoffman, 52, died as a result of two shotgun wounds in what has been ruled homicide, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office said today. Robert A. Matile, 47, also of Mesa, died of a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the ...


Colorado Mesa owns domain names that Western State might want

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There are already websites associated with some of Western State College’s top choices for a potential new name. And those sites belong to Colorado Mesa University. Though Colorado Mesa’s main website is coloradomesa.edu, it ...


GJ-inspired health model expected to save on national level

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A new report praises a national program based in part on practices in Grand Junction’s health care model. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation released “One Year of Innovation: Taking Action to Improve Care and Reduce ...


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VanGundy’s plans to keep name under new ownership

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Van Gundy’s AMPCO Inc. has been passed down through three generations in the 83 years since it opened. Vice President Randy VanGundy said he considered extending the auto salvage and metal recycling business to a fourth generation. But ...


Volunteers needed to join search for missing men

By Staff

Price, Utah — The Carbon County Sheriff’s Department and the Abby and Jennifer Recovery Foundation are seeking volunteers to assist in the search for Mark Widegren and Brian Axe. Volunteers who can navigate rugged terrain, ...


BLM proposes 90 percent cut in Colorado shale land availability

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management is proposing cutting acreage available for potential oil shale leasing to a tenth of the current amount in Colorado. The agency is proposing making 35,300 acres available, compared to about 360,000 acres under a ...


Email letters, Feb. 3, 2012

By Staff

Bradford should apologize and get back to work It appears Rep. Laura Bradford took public relation lessons from the same person who coached Kathy Hall during her frack-fluid fracas just three short years ago. In both instances, the women make ...


Portions of I-70 closed in eastern Colorado

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Some highways in eastern Colorado, including a long stretch of Interstate 70, have been closed because of the winter storm. I-70 is closed westbound from Burlington to near Denver International Airport. I-70 eastbound is ...


CMU-Kearney game times moved up

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Because of a winter storm expected to hit Kearney, Neb., tonight, the game times for today’s Colorado Mesa University basketball games at the University of Nebraska-Kearney have been moved up two hours. The women’s game will tip ...


Super (or not) sequel bowl

By Melinda Mawdsley

If this year’s Super Bowl seems familiar, that’s because it is. The New England Patriots and New York Giants will meet in the big game at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5, on NBC in not only a rematch from Week 9 of this NFL season, but a ...


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