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Harper ‘chilled’ with thought of playing in JUCO World Series

By {screen_name}

Seventeen-year-old Bryce Harper visited with the media this afternoon at Suplizio Field and admitted to having chills about playing in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series this weekend. “We were at the field (Thursday) and I got ...


Pugliese wages unfair attack on educational instruction

By Denny Herzog

There was a school board election in School District 51 last fall. Rose Pugliese ran and lost. It was a fair and square election. She put her ideas to the voters and the voters rejected them. To the best of my knowledge there were no burning ...


CMC fills niche in offering BA degrees

By Staff

It’s been a long time coming, but Colorado Mountain College is now able to offer bachelor’s degrees. Colorado Mountain College, a small community college with campuses scattered across much of northern and western Colorado, has ...


Printed letters, June 1, 2010

By Staff

Wearing lights will only help cyclists I am responding to Jack Byron’s letter printed on May 26th regarding bicyclists being required to wear lights in the tunnels on the Colorado National Monument. There are times when driving into the ...


E-mail letters, May 28, 2010

By Staff

Global warming is not proven and should not be taught as fact I’m afraid there is some confusion over Rose Pugliese’s presentation to the District #51 School Board.  While teaching climate science is appropriate, the ...


Printed letters, May 30, 2010

By Staff

Teach warming in science class A recent editorial suggesting the absurdity of not teaching climate change in District 51 is spot on. Students should be taught in natural science classes that our climate is indeed dynamic, and has been ...


Local economy showing signs of life

By Staff

Sales-tax collections in Grand Junction and Mesa County are reflecting some life in the Western Colorado economy. We hope it’s just the beginning of a rejuvenation of the local economy much battered by national woes and the steep ...


Udall’s bark beetle proposal blocked

By The AP

DENVER — A proposal seeking $50 million to remove hazardous trees killed by bark beetles in national parks and forests has been blocked. Sen. Mark Udall had hoped to include the amendment in the Senate’s emergency supplemental ...


Obama administration extends roadless moratorium

By The AP

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Obama administration today extended for another year the moratorium on most logging and mining in millions of acres of remote and rugged backcountry sections of national forests. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack ...


Man gets nine years in armed robberies of GJ banks

By Paul Shockley

A Las Vegas man this morning was sentenced to nine years in federal prison for robbing three banks in as many months last year, two of them in Grand Junction. Douglas Edward James, 25, was also ordered by U.S. District Judge Philip Brimmer to ...


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