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Police: Man threatens to rob Burger King employee

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction Police officers are seeking a suspect who allegedly threatened to rob an employee of Burger King, 739 Horizon Drive. A female employee was changing the menu sign at the restaurant at about 6:30 a.m. when a man jumped out from ...


Colorado allows tiered electricity rates

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s largest power supplier is going to charge more this summer for customers who use the most electricity. Xcel Energy won approval from state utility regulators Wednesday to institute tiered electric rates in ...


Pueblo County man killed in tractor accident

By The AP

PUEBLO — A 64-year-old driving a farm tractor in southern Colorado was killed when his tractor was hit from behind by a minivan. Sixty-four-year-old Paul Bregar died Wednesday afternoon on a highway east of Pueblo. The Colorado State ...


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Athletes seek out triathlon-tested trainer

By Allen Gemaehlich

Kristina Kittelson was told she should do other activities besides bicycling after having knee surgery, so she tried swimming. The 42-year-old Grand Junction nurse would run on the treadmill at Gold’s Gym. Soon, she began thinking it ...


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Hearing set in fatal stabbing

By Paul Shockley

Amid high security and with courtroom onlookers under threat of arrest, District Judge Brian Flynn on Wednesday scheduled a preliminary hearing for May 12 for a woman charged with murder in a fatal stabbing in January. Amy Adamson, 19, of ...


U.S. Senate due change in practices, Bennet says

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Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., wants to transform how the Senate does business, hoping among other things to change the way earmarks are handled and reducing the number of votes needed to override a filibuster. “The longer I’m ...


Salazar agrees with journal’s analysis that he is a ‘centrist’

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U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., is touting himself as a centrist in Congress, based on an analysis by a nonpartisan publication. Salazar’s possible opponents said that’s not much of an accomplishment, given the left-leaning ways ...


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Fruita High School students learn CPR to disco tune

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Remember this: It’s important to keep a rhythm of 103 beats per minute when attempting to restart the heart using cardiopulmonary resuscitation. “But, that’s kind of boring,” said Fidel Garcia as he turned the volume ...


Mesa State at national nordic championships

By Staff

The Mesa State College nordic ski team has three athletes competing in the USCSA Nordic Ski National Championships in Sunday River, Maine. In the men’s 1.4k sprint, Mesa State’s Tre Anastasia finished 17th in 3:20.58. In the ...


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Kame’s 31 not enough for Central

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The Central High School girls basketball team left the court under the outstretched arms of the Warriors’ student body and a standing ovation. Usually, the Warriors make their exit with a hop in their step and a smile on their faces, ...


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