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Powderhorn donates revenue from lift tickets to two groups

By Dave Buchanan

As part of its pledge to support local nonprofit organizations, Powderhorn Mountain Resort this week donated $1,000 of opening-day lift-ticket revenue to Colorado Discover Ability and Mesa County Partners. “As part of our 45th ...


Blotter, Jan. 26, 2012

By Staff

Gun threat reported A man was threatened with a gun and was struck several times Sunday in the 2500 block of U.S. Highway 6&50, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Bar vandalism reported   Someone wrote on the ...


Republicans vie for seat in 57th District

By Dennis Webb

A race is on among Republicans to represent the reconstituted Colorado House District 57, which next year will consist of Garfield, Rio Blanco and Moffat counties. Battlement Mesa resident Ron Roesener has stepped down as Republican Party ...


District 51 board may vote soon on employee co-pays

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District 51 School Board members may vote as soon as Feb. 21 on a contract with Community Hospital that would allow District 51 employees and their family members who are insured through the district to go to Grand Valley Primary Care for ...


Fewer infections reported at Grand Junction hospitals

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Two local hospitals recorded a dozen or fewer patients who developed infections while at those hospitals between Aug. 1, 2010 and July 31, 2011, according to an annual report on hospital-acquired infections. St. Mary’s Hospital and ...


Colorado caucuses could be pivotal in Republican contest

By Rick Wagner

It looks like Colorado’s Republican caucuses on Feb. 7 are going to be more important to the presidential primary race than had originally been thought because the front runners, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, seem unlikely to seize any ...


Derrieux pours in 38 points as Tigers shut down Warriors

By Matt Meyer

Sometimes, a player is unstoppable. No amount of coaching, defensive drills or scheming can stop them. On Tuesday, Jamie Derrieux was that unstoppable player. The Grand Junction senior hit four 3-pointers and went 12 of 18 from the ...


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Purple martin artwork on latest stamped envelope

By Dave Buchanan

America’s largest swallow, the purple martin, is the latest songbird to be featured on a U.S. Post Office stamped envelope. The stamp art includes a large illustration of a purple martin perching and a smaller illustration showing the ...


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Take a lap for history during vintage Nordic ski race

By Dave Buchanan

Break out your vintage cross-country ski gear and take a lap for history. The Colorado Mesa University ski team and Grand Mesa Nordic Council want to see you in your favorite historic ski regalia — wooden skis, leather boots and wool ...


Rubalcaba, Dennis make college choices

By Nick Walter

Sean Rubalcaba and Jerreon Dennis, teammates on this fall’s Grand Junction High football team that reached the Class 5A state quarterfinals, have made verbal commitments to play college football. Rubalcaba has decided to play ...


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