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Monument chief to retire

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Colorado National Monument Superintendent Joan Anzelmo will retire from the National Park Service on July 1. Anzelmo, a 35-year career employee of the National Park Service, announced her retirement today. She orchestrated the centennial ...


Man identified in transient camp killing

By Paul Shockley

Richard Allen Nelson, 46, of Mesa, was the man killed in a transient camp Friday near the Colorado River, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s office. Nelson was also formerly associated with an address in Fort Worth, Texas. The ...


Colorado officials brace for floods as snow melts

By The AP

DENVER — State and local authorities are bracing for floods in Colorado as unusually deep snow in the mountains begins to melt and fills mountain streams and rivers with surging water. The Colorado Flood Task Force meets this morning in ...


Kayaker, 73, drowns in Grand County, Utah

By Paul Shockley

An Arizona woman died Tuesday after her inflatable kayak flipped on the Green River in Utah, according to the Grand County Sheriff’s Department. Shirley Palmer, 73, of Tucson, Ariz., reportedly drowned around 11:30 a.m. in a section of ...


Bobby bashes Loma gig, too

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The man who last week canceled a free country music festival that was scheduled for later this month at the Mesa County Fairgrounds is nixing a classic rock festival that was slated for Loma later this year. “It does not fit into our ...


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Riverfront Trail sections swamped

By Amy Hamilton

Rising water along the Colorado River has swamped some sections of the Colorado Riverfront Trail, closing it to bicyclists and pedestrians. Closed sections include a segment from the Blue Heron II parking lot east to the Glacier Ice Arena. ...


Guv coming to Grand Junction to sign college name-change bill

By Staff

Gov. John Hickenlooper will come to Grand Junction to sign the bill that will change Mesa State College’s name to Colorado Mesa University. The signing event will begin at 8 a.m. Monday in the College Center, and Hickenlooper is ...


Mesa Theater to reopen gradually

By Melinda Mawdsley

When Mesa Theater & Club owner David Prather closed the business in January, he advertised a summer return. Summer is almost here, and Prather plans to reopen, but he will do it on a smaller scale, at least initially. After a complete ...


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Input sought on possible bus-fare hike

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Grand Valley Transit operators are seeking the public’s input on a proposed fare hike that would boost the cost to ride the bus by 50 percent or more. The Grand Valley Regional Transportation Committee, the bus service’s governing ...


Bennet walks line with energy producers

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Several western Colorado business people urged U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., to prod along some energy-related projects as well as seek to give exporters a better chance to compete internationally. Mines in western Colorado are having ...


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