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Colo. storm could bring blizzard conditions

By The AP

DENVER — Another snow storm is expected to bring strong winds and frigid temperatures to parts of Colorado. The National Weather Service said winds could gust up to 40 mph, creating blizzard conditions, on the plains southeast of Denver ...


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Trick-or-treaters have sweet spot for toothbrushes

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

This time of year, the home of Tom and Carol Tadvic in the Galaxy Subdivision is commonly referred to as the “Toothbrush House.” Every neighborhood child knows that when they ring the bell on Halloween they will be rewarded with a ...


Lincoln Park community input meeting tonight

By Amy Hamilton

What kind of improvements would you like to see at Grand Junction’s Lincoln Park? Renovations of the restrooms at the park’s southern edge? Improvements to the tennis courts or the playground? A community meeting from 6 - 7:30 ...


Email letters, Nov. 1, 2011

By Staff

High school students did a great job with theater production I was going to write this letter two weeks ago, and I am glad I waited.  Most of my letters to the editor are complaining about something (and there is a lot to gripe about), ...


Gunnison County, state try to resolve differences

By Dennis Webb

Gunnison County and state oil and gas regulators are pursuing talks to resolve jurisdictional disputes over industry regulation. That includes delegating some monitoring and inspection duties to the county. The Colorado Oil and Gas ...


Weather service issues Colorado snowstorm warning

By The AP

DENVER — The National Weather Service says blizzards are possible in southern Colorado as another snowstorm threatens Colorado. The weather service says winter weather is also returning to north and northeast Colorado. Rain is ...


Police say teen stabbed father

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Colorado Springs father is recovering after police say his 14-year-old child stabbed him in the stomach. Police said the victim’s wife called police to their home on Monday and told officers that her husband ...


Grand Junction City Council wants airport input

By Amy Hamilton

In a effort to create leverage with the Grand Junction Airport Authority board, city leaders are assigning the mayor to the seven-member volunteer board. Grand Junction Mayor Tom Kenyon will replace the City Council representative on the ...


Marijuana enforcement director reassigned

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Colorado’s medical marijuana enforcement director will be reassigned after he came under scrutiny for writing a letter that some law-enforcement and state officials said made it appear he opposed dispensary bans. The Department of ...


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Diabetes Counts brings kids, parents together

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It can be tough to be the only kid in class who tests blood sugar. But nobody stares when a child pulls out a testing kit at Diabetes Counts, a local support group for kids with Type 1 diabetes and their parents. The group assembled in May ...


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