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Health official issues Colorado cantaloupe warning

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado health department officials are warning people at high risk not to eat cantaloupe from Rocky Ford because of a listeriosis outbreak blamed for four deaths in Colorado and New Mexico. Health director Chris Urbina says ...

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Supply and demand with elk populations a key topic

By Dave Buchanan

Knowing when to increase elk licenses and when to cut them is part of the juggling act by state wildlife biologists who must balance supply with demand. Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists, and truly biologists in any state where hunting ...

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It’s not the harvest, it’s the thrill of the hunt

By Dave Buchanan

Had she been given the opportunity, it’s possible Kathleen Tadvick would have been an elk hunter. “I didn’t hunt when I was growing up around Atlanta because it was all private land and if you didn’t know people with ...

Political dirty laundry airing on billboards

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The political battle for hearts, minds and votes is being played out this summer in billboards around the Grand Valley. U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., is the focal point of two of them, one an attack ad, the other praising him. Another ...

Appleton marks 100 years

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Student transportation consisted of a train, a buggy, a horse or a student’s own two feet when Appleton School opened in 1911. The first- through 12th-grade institution at 2358 H Road was the first consolidated school in Colorado. It ...

School day uneventful after mystery malady

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Several parents voiced more relief Monday to see their children return to Graham Mesa Elementary School than apprehension that the source of a mystery illness there never was determined. “We’re excited to have them ...


Airport-business tension: Tenants concerned about losing structures

By Amy Hamilton

Some general aviation tenants at Grand Junction Regional Airport are getting tense about their leaseholds at the airport. Tenants at Grand Junction’s airport rent land for 30 years at rates that are below fair market value because they ...

Family first: Recker resigns as GJ lacrosse coach

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Kathaleen Recker didn’t have much of a choice. The Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse coach resigned last week, but only because she needed to for family reasons. Her husband received a sales manager job with a software company ...

Local Briefs: Mesa’s Wright honored by RMAC

By Staff

College Football Wright RMAC defensive standout Colorado Mesa defensive end Connor Wright is the RMAC co-defensive player of the week. The senior from Wheat Ridge set RMAC and Mesa records with six sacks and 7.5 tackles for a loss in the ...

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Tigers vault to top of poll

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When his players reported for practice, Grand Junction High School football coach Robbie Owens told them to embrace the state rankings. This week, the Tigers are embracing the Denver Post Class 5A No. 1 ranking in the media poll. “When ...

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