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Winter weather advisory in effect for western Colorado

By The Associated Press

Residents of western Colorado are preparing for more snow as a winter weather advisory goes into effect. The advisory goes into effect late Wednesday. The storm is expected to bring widespread rain and snow in the valleys and moderate ...


Santorum continues Colorado campaign swing today

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Former Sen. Rick Santorum is back in Colorado today looking for Republican caucus support as he tries to position himself as an alternative to Mitt Romney in the GOP presidential contest. Santorum planned to spend his day in ...


Western Metals Recycling buys Van Gundy’s

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Western Metals Recycling purchased Grand Junction-based automotive salvage and metal recycling business Van Gundy’s Automotive, Metals & Plating Co. (AMPCO) Inc. on Monday. Van Gundy’s opened in 1929 and has been located at ...


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Nine more arrested in cocaine trafficking investigation

By Paul Shockley

Nine people who were arrested Monday on suspicion of drug-related charges were tied to a large-scale cocaine distribution ring, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Thirteen people have been arrested in an ongoing investigation, and more arrests are ...


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Fugitive who ditched ‘Dog’ captured by Mexican police

By Paul Shockley

Mexican police did what television’s Duane “Dog” Chapman couldn’t. They found Marco Antonio Padilla. Local officials learned Tuesday that police in Guadalajara, Mexico, were holding Padilla, 35, after his arrest ...


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Colorado Mesa University to begin marching band program

By Melinda Mawdsley

Citing increased academic opportunities and a way to have more fun at sporting events, Colorado Mesa University officials announced Tuesday the school is forming a marching band. The university plans to spend the rest of the year recruiting ...


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3rd-quarter run lifts Fruita past Palisade

By Nick Walter

Finally, if only for a few seconds, he was a point guard. Fruita Monument’s 6-foot-4 Drew Bridges stole the ball at half court. Before him was nothing but open court. Each dribble was a fantasy. The “guard” was on the break. ...


Fruita uses height to get past Palisade

By Matt Meyer

The absence of leading scorer Lauren LaBonde didn’t hinder the Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team Tuesday night. The Wildcats ended Palisade’s three game win streak with a 50-37 victory. LaBonde, who averages 13 ...


GJ’s Cosslett, Gastineau sign with junior colleges

By Nick Walter

Today is national signing day, but two Grand Junction High School athletes got a jump on the festivities Tuesday by signing with junior colleges. Cierra Cosslett declared her intentions to play softball at Otero Junior College in La Junta and ...


Collegiate cycling race a no-go for monument

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The National Park Service last week rejected a proposal for a collegiate bike race over Colorado National Monument. The proposal by Colorado Mesa University’s bicycle racing team would “prevent park visitors from readily accessing ...


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