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Colorado GOP: Repeal federal health care law

By Charles Ashby

Hoping to send a message to Congress, the Republican-controlled Colorado House approved a nonbinding resolution Thursday calling for a federal constitutional convention to repeal the controversial health care reform act. The resolution, which ...


Pipeline under river proposed near Rifle

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management is considering a second natural gas pipeline proposal in as many months involving a bore under the Colorado River west of Rifle. Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc., is proposing a buried 24-inch-diameter, 11.2-mile ...


Young Naturalist awardee gets burned in spotlight

By Gary McCallister

Whatever happened to the citizen-scientist? All a person really has to do to be a scientist is have an idea and do an experiment to see if it works. Usually it doesn’t. Or maybe that’s just my limited experience. In any case, the ...


Pipher not happy after Mesa loses to Chadron State

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Conditioning — or a lack thereof — can make all the difference in wrestling and it did Thursday night. Chadron State outlasted Colorado Mesa in two critical matches en route to a 22-13 RMAC victory over the Mavericks at Brownson ...


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Montrose wins three overtime matches to top Fruita

By Nick Walter

Usually, overtime coin flips are reserved for football games. But on Thursday, Fruita Monument’s Isaac Rodriguez and Montrose’s Geordon Hudson began overtime by flipping each other over and, as it turned out, Hudson landed on ...


Road has been tough lately for Mavs

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The coaching axiom of “win at home, split on the road” usually translates to a high seed in conference tournaments. And although Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball coach Roger Walters wants to be better than a .500 ...


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Portrait gallery: Patrick G. Metoyer

By Melinda Mawdsley

Patrick G. Metoyer’s route into the local art scene was different from most. Although he played around with various fabric art projects in his life, thanks to a seamstress mother who taught him to love fabrics, Metoyer, 69, only began ...


Transactions for week of Jan. 2 - 8, 2012

By Staff

ADDRESS-SOLD PRICE-DAYS ON MARKET-TYPE-SQUARE FOOTAGE CITY 540 Chuluota Ave. $50,000 22 Single Family 960 137 Santa Fe Drive $365,000 217 Single Family 2163 2533 Pinyon Ave. $155,000 72 Single Family 1496 2646 El Corona Drive $160,000  ...


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Tough economy doesn’t stop Porter Homes

By Penny Stine

Circumstances, hard work and perhaps a bit of divine providence have led Nate Porter with Porter Homes down an interesting career path. He came to Grand Junction as a baseball player for Mesa State College, as Colorado Mesa University was ...


CHSAA tweaks prep FB playoffs

By Nick Walter

Beginning in the fall, Class 5A high school football teams who crack the 32-team playoff bracket will be seeded by a committee. The CHSAA football committee decided Thursday teams will continue to qualify for state based on wild-card points, ...


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