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020810 LS Love story 2

Fruita couple always together, even in death

By Melinda Mawdsley

Like a romantic movie, Ralph and Kathryn Gierhart’s love story included a war, a reunion and an amazing conclusion. However, the difference between the Gierharts’ story and love on the silver screen is that the Gierharts’ ...


021410 Coffee MarcusHowell

A coffee with ... Marcus Howell

By Amy Hamilton

Cardiologists want to make sure our tickers are running as best they can. But keeping our hearts healthy is largely a personal responsibility. In recognition of Heart Health Awareness Month in February, I talked with local cardiologist Marcus ...


Lawmakers consider allowing tuition hikes

By The AP

DENVER — State lawmakers are considering giving public universities the freedom to set tuition rates to make up for a looming drop in funding. Senate Majority Leader John Morse said allowing schools to set tuition without state approval ...


Snowriders survive two separate avalanches

By The AP

ASPEN — Six backcountry snowriders survived two separate avalanches, including a skier with a fractured leg who spent the night in the mountains northwest of Aspen. Pitkin County rescue crews today were trying to reach the skier who was ...


Beware of strangers partying like Romans this Valentine’s Day

By Penny Stine

Today is Valentine’s Day, which means men all around the world are waking up in a panic, wondering when they can sneak out, unnoticed, to buy a card and flowers while pretending they never left the house. I don’t know if anyone ...


Cortez man gets 48 years for girlfriend’s murder

By The AP

CORTEZ — A man convicted of beating his girlfriend to death was brought into court in restraints where a judge sentenced the man to a maximum 48 years in prison. Ignacio “Michael” Ray Rael was convicted in December of ...


A plan that deserves condemnation

By The Daily Sentinel

To the west of us in Utah a few state lawmakers have ginned up a plan to gain control of federal lands in that state by a simple means: They want to condemn them. Great. All the West needs is every state official or local government potentate ...


Panel: Natural gas fuel stations needed in area

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It’s possible to drive from the East Coast to the Rocky Mountains using compressed natural gas as fuel. A driver can fill up with compressed natural gas in central Utah and complete the trip to the West Coast. In between, though, are ...


Police look at space away from headquarters

By Paul Shockley

Divisions of the Grand Junction Police Department, including investigations, may be on the move as city and police leadership study possible short-term solutions for cramped conditions at the department’s aging Ute Avenue ...


010110 Energy Alley Coal 3

Mine jobs driving effort for roadless-area deal

By Dennis Webb

A resolution may be imminent to help allow for expanded coal mining in western Colorado’s North Fork Valley. Representatives for the state Department of Natural Resources and U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., say they hope to hear from ...


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