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Himalayan Healers stretches to include GJ Nepalese woman

By Rachel Sauer

Sudarshana Adhikari could not have been farther from home. Halfway around the world, far from her family, expecting to see massive Himalayas on the horizon and instead getting mountains with no tops. Everything was so different. Slowly, she ...


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GJ man uses massage therapy to reach Nepal’s lowest caste

By Rachel Sauer

The perfection of hands is not just in their symmetry and design, or in their stamina and ability, but in their touch. Weightless, feather touches. The gossamer graze of gentle fingertips. One callused palm touching another in friendship, in ...


Colo. ski resorts closing for the season

By The AP

DENVER — Several Colorado ski resorts are calling it quits for the season. Eldora, Durango, Wolf Creek and Steamboat Springs have shut down their lifts for this year. Ski officials called it a banner year for powder snow. The ...


Controlled fires planned

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Federal fire officials from the are planning several prescribed burns in Mesa County beginning in the middle of this month and continuing through the end of May. The fires will be scheduled by the Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire ...


Police ID 11-year-old boy killed while skiing

By The AP

FRASER — Authorities have released the name of an 11-year-old boy who died following a collision on an intermediate ski trail at Winter Park. Fraser-Winter Park Police Chief Glen Trainor identified the boy Sunday as Tyler Safarriyeh of ...


Congressional report may overstate use of diesel fuel in well fracturing, official says

By Dennis Webb

Results so far in an investigation into the use of diesel fuel in hydraulic fracturing in Colorado oil and gas wells indicate it may have been employed less than indicated in a recent congressional report. David Neslin, director of the ...


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Valley transit operators may boost bus fares

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Grand Valley Transit operators are considering hiking bus fares for the first time in seven years, saying the additional revenue is needed to keep up with inflation and avoid cuts in service. The Grand Valley Regional Transportation ...


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Grieving parents forgive drunken driver

By Paul Shockley

In the end, Tim King prayed for his daughter’s killer. Not for his death. It wasn’t a desperate cry for revenge. What King calls the “acid” eating away in the lives of some victims of crime had been drained long ago ...


Players flock to reopening of Elliott Tennis Center

By Melinda Mawdsley

The Grand Junction tennis community formally has welcomed its newest addition. Tennis fans Sunday celebrated the grand opening of the redesigned Elliott Tennis Center at Mesa State College, where hundreds of players of all ages enjoyed ...


Federal funding for school safety programs ending

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Federal money used to support antiviolence and antidrug programs in schools will run out this year in School District 51. The district had $40,000 in federal money left to spend on bullying-prevention programs, school-safety training for ...


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