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Observe these rules for late-season ice

By Dave Buchanan

You might consider this the two-minute warning for a winter’s ice-fishing season. Most low-elevation ponds are clear of ice or nearly so, while lakes such as Rifle Gap and Blue Mesa reservoirs might have another month or more of decent ...


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Let your Irish eyes smile on fish in Green, Gunnison rivers

By Dave Buchanan

It’s St. Patrick’s Day but instead of wearing the green, why not try fishing it? We’re not referring specifically to Utah’s lovely Green River where it courses through the sun-burnt cliffs of Flaming Gorge, although ...


Connors State tops latest JUCO baseball poll

By Allen Gemaehlich

Connors State (Okla.) College took over the No. 1 ranking in the latest National Junior College Athletic Association baseball poll. The Cowboys (25-1) moved up three spots from the last poll two weeks ago. They have qualified for the JUCO ...


Dixie shares tasty recipes from the health fair

By Dixie Burmeister

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Do you have the brisket in the crock pot and the cabbage ready to go? Last weekend was the Grand Valley Health Fair and I promised to print here the recipes I served. I had the best crew to help in our booth. ...


Greeley woman accused of selling fake meth

By The AP

GREELEY — A Greeley woman who police say sold real and fake methamphetamine to undercover officers faces three new felony drug charges. Police say 29-year-old Dawn Longhenry already faced a drug possession charge from last fall when she ...


Task force aimed at CU ‘student-athlete welfare’

By The AP

BOULDER — Boulder County prosecutors and University of Colorado athletic officials have formed a task force aimed at repairing relationships following CU’s football recruiting scandal. The scandal was sparked after two women said ...


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Avalanche victim rescued from mesa

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 35-year-old Grand Junction man was carried off Grand Mesa and flown to St. Mary’s Hospital on Wednesday after he was injured in an avalanche. Seth Anderson, co-founder of Loki outdoor apparel in Grand Junction, appeared to have broken ...


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City might put river-area acreage up for sale

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction voters would have to approve the potential sale of nearly nine city-owned acres at various spots along Riverside Parkway before the city could consider moving the property onto the real estate market. Some parcels are part of ...


Delta schools candidate backs out

By Emily Shockley

The sole candidate for superintendent of Delta County Schools recently pulled out of the running for the position amidst controversy surrounding how he was offered the job. Ed Longfield worked for the Delta County School District until last ...


2 officers back on duty after fatal shooting

By Paul Shockley

Two Grand Junction Police Department officers who fatally shot a man during a confrontation at a North Avenue motel have resumed their normal patrol duties. One officer went back to work Friday. The second went back to work Monday, according ...


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