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High Country News marks 4 decades informing debate on Western issues

By Dennis Webb

PAONIA — If you’re looking for insight into the western institution known as High Country News, neighboring businesses on Grand Avenue in Paonia may not be the best places to get it. “I’m not even really familiar with ...


Carbondale nonprofit paper marks first year

By Dennis Webb

It didn’t take long after the shutdown of Carbondale’s Valley Journal weekly newspaper at the end of 2008 for the town to realize it needed its own paper. Residents missed memorial services because deaths went unreported. The ...


Fire damage estimated at $1.5 million

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The Grand Junction Fire Department this afternoon estimated the damage caused by a massive early-morning fire at a south downtown business at $1.5 million. Fire spokesman Mike Page said the cause of the fire at Bestway Services, 735 Fourth ...


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New Subway location open for business

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Green and yellow balloons and a waving sandwich drew drivers from Patterson Road into the newest Subway location for lunch Monday. The new sub shop is located at 2412 Patterson Road, No. 4, directly across the street from Mesa Mall. Many ...


Area births, through Feb. 13, 2010

By Staff

— Births St. Mary’s Hospital: John and Sarah Kretschman, Grand Junction, a daughter, Feb. 3. Billy and Lainey Beyhan, Grand Junction, a daughter, Feb. 4. Javier Maldonado Robledo and Lizeth Ruiz Leon, Grand Junction, a ...


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Student of the Week: Amy Nees, PHS senior

By Staff

Name: Amy Nees School: Palisade High School GPA: 4.1 After-school activities: Cross country, marching band, soccer, Young Life, hanging out with friends. Favorite book: “Save Me From Myself” by Brian Welch. Favorite show: ...


Vicarious skiing doesn’t have the same thrills

By Penny Stine

After a couple of visits to the physical therapist, I have to come to the realization that I may never be fit enough to get a job as a crossing guard and my tennis-playing days are over. Of course, since my career goals don’t include ...


Game times set for high school basketball playoffs

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The Grand Junction boys basketball team will host Smoky Hill Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at Grand Junction High School. This is a first round playoff game in the Class 5A playoffs. In the 4A playoffs, the Palisade boys basketball team play at ...


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Woman gets 6 years for aiding jail escape

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A woman who helped her husband escape from the Mesa County Jail days before he faced a possible life sentence was sentenced to six years in prison this morning. The sentence handed down by District Judge Richard Gurley represented the maximum ...


State high court strikes down Amendment 54

By Charles Ashby

In a ruling released today, the Colorado Supreme Court struck down Amendment 54, the 2008 constitutional amendment designed to bar campaign contributions from anyone who has sole-source government contracts. The court said the amendment, ...


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