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12th Street Smashburger closed

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The Smashburger location near Mesa State College closed Sunday after an employee meeting that afternoon. The store at 1840 N. 12th Street opened last year. and already has been removed from the company’s website. Smashburger still has ...


071910 4H cookies mojo

Cookie competition kicks off 4H fair activities

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Mesa County Fair officially kicks off Tuesday but some 4H members were among the first competitors Monday morning. The cookie baking competition was among the first classes to be judged for the fair. “I guess because there is just ...


McInnis back on Colo. campaign trail

By The AP

ALAMOSA — GOP gubernatorial hopeful Scott McInnis is back on the campaign trail. The former congressman is set to speak to the Farm Bureau in Alamosa today. On Saturday, McInnis held a fundraiser in Silt that drew 300 people. McInnis ...


Weatherization grants made

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Housing Resources of Western Colorado, a nonprofit, has been awarded $2.8 million in grants to provide free weatherization services to more than 400 qualifying homeowners in Delta, Gunnison, Mesa, Montrose, San Miguel, Ouray and Hinsdale ...


Developer scaling back Minturn ski resort plans

By The AP

MINTURN — The company developing a private ski resort in Minturn has scaled back the original developer’s plans in response to the recession and concerns about how much water it would use. Canada-based Crave Real Estate removed ...


Colorado’s July heat wave continues

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s July heat wave is continuing. Highs are expected to soar to around 100 degrees in parts of the state today. The National Weather Service says the high in Denver will be 99. The mercury is expected to hit 106 ...


071910 Kevin Day Dunlow

Officer threatened by vehicle; man held

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 47-year-old Grand Junction man was arrested early Sunday on suspicion of attempted vehicular assault and other offenses after a confrontation with police, authorities said. Kevin Day Dunlow, 2052 S. Broadway, was arrested in the 1600 block ...


Cave closure order imminent

By Dennis Webb

Despite hopes that recent media coverage may have helped change their minds, regional U.S. Forest Service officials still appear poised to close all caves on national forests in Colorado and nearby states for a year to try to protect bats ...


Phlisia Bunting file mug

Cold murder case gets new attention

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For the better part of the past two decades, Carrelyn Bunting has lived the life of a frustrated mother. Frustrated that her and her runaway daughter’s efforts to mend their relationship were cut short by 16-year-old Phlisia’s ...


071910 Degrees graph

College more important than ever, study shows

By Emily Shockley

About seven out of 10 job openings in Colorado will require applicants to have a post-high school education by 2018, according to a recent report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. That puts the state second ...


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