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Ski, Swim, Stay in Glenwood Springs

By Staff

Sunlight Mountain Resort is a unique Colorado winter playground that is affordable and family oriented. Sunlight, which will open Dec. 2 for the 2011 season, has hundreds of acres for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing ...

11.20.11 SG partnership web

The ultimate classroom

By Penny Stine

The Rocky Mountains split the state. Snow falls in some areas from September through May. The ski industry represents a multi-billion dollar business, with 24 resorts dotting the state and bringing in valuable tourism dollars. No wonder the ...

Email letters, Nov. 23, 2011

By Staff

More than just mountain bikers would benefit from new trails I read Gary Harmon’s article on the Bear Ranch land exchange with interest. I am the director of Gunnison Trails, a non-profit trail advocacy organization based in Gunnison ...

Over the Top: Being thankful

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob has lots to be thankful for this holiday season.  ...

Denver International Airport busy but smooth

By The AP

DENVER — Denver International Airport is busy as Thanksgiving travelers make their way to their destinations. Parking spots are filling up but there were no significant delays reported Wednesday morning. Rain and snow is causing some ...

Murder-suicide suspected in 2 Jamestown deaths

By The AP

BOULDER — Boulder County sheriff’s investigators say they believe a single mother whose body was found in Jamestown in September was sexually assaulted and killed by a sex offender who then killed himself. County Coroner Emma Hall ...

Jobless rate is stagnant, still lower than 2010

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Mesa County’s unemployment rate remained at 8.5 percent while Colorado’s stayed at 7.7 percent for a second consecutive month in October, according to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. Mesa County’s October ...

Occupy targets national stores

By Amy Hamilton

Early-bird shoppers who line up outside Mesa Mall on Thanksgiving night can expect company from members of the Occupy Grand Junction movement. The loosely knit group, which staged sit-ins at the old Mesa County Courthouse in October and later ...


Clifton teen suspected in sex assault of girl, 13

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man was arrested Monday on charges stemming from an alleged consensual sexual encounter with a 13-year-old girl last month. Tyler Jacob Almond, 18,  424 32 Road, Unit 410, was expected to walk out of the Mesa County Jail on ...

Fruita eyes dip in city revenue

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The city of Fruita will take in and spend less money in 2012, largely the product of a drop in property tax revenue and the completion of a new sewage-treatment plant. City finance officials are proposing an $18.8 million budget for next ...

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