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Decades later, Mesa State students try again for a diploma

By Melinda Mawdsley

Retirement finally gave Katie Steele the time and motivation to go back to college. After having “a wonderful time, I think,” Steele dropped out of Mesa State College in 1969 following several semesters pursuing her dream of, ...

Police say 10 area businesses sold alcohol to underage person

By Staff

The Grand Junction Police Department reported today that 10 of 85 businesses failed compliance checks this weekend when they sold alcohol to an underage investigator. Officers and deputies from the Grand Junction Police Department, Mesa ...

Snow, measured in feet, expected for high country

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Colorado’s mountains are getting more snow. The snow began falling Sunday and it’s expected to continue into Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service said accumulations of between 1 and 2 feet were ...

Anthony: I’ll be with Nuggets all week

By The AP

SAN ANTONIO — Carmelo Anthony insists he’s not leaving Denver. At least not this week. Anthony said following Sunday’s loss in San Antonio that he’ll be with the Nuggets back home Wednesday night against Oklahoma City, ...

Online system aims to cut teacher license backlog

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado education official says a new online application system should help reduce a backlog in processing applications for teaching licenses. Jami Goetz of the Office of Professional Services and Educator Licensing says a ...

Marches, parades and rodeo mark MLK Day in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Coloradans are marking Martin Luther King Jr. day with marches and parades as well as a rodeo. Participants in Denver’s annual marade — a combination march and parade — walked down Colfax Avenue to Civic ...

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New Health Department director wants to fill gaps in county services

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Jeff Kuhr was responsible for building the Three Rivers Public Health Department in Fremont, Neb., from the ground up — literally. Until the multibillion-dollar national tobacco settlement of 1998, there was no public health coverage in ...


Bidders flock to auctions at storage lockers

By Amy Hamilton

Missing was much of the swagger, the trash-talking and the endless cache of high-end treasures buried in storage lockers as seen on the California-based reality television show, “Storage Wars.” But bidders at a recent storage ...

GarCo: Gas rules not tough enough

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County has told the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission in a legal filing that its new rules “fail entirely” to address cumulative effects on the public of increasing the density of natural gas development. The ...

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Learning skills, friendships benefit from tutor program

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

When Terry Farina and Dylan Bogart began meeting for their weekly tutoring sessions, neither of them knew their friendship would develop beyond reading. Farina told Dylan about the places he had traveled in the world, and Dylan acquainted him ...

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