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Speaker’s aim: Raising cash for clean energy

By Gabrielle Porter

A Fruita Monument High School alumnus working to raise funds for clean energy research said Grand Valley residents might be interested in his endeavor out of a desire for environmental conservationism. But they shouldn’t overlook ...


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Man accused of pattern of violence

By Gabrielle Porter

A 41-year-old man accused of beating and bodyslamming a 26-year-old woman in December while in a Mesa County house with her two young daughters nearby could be charged as a habitual domestic violence offender with kidnapping, assault, child ...


Police seek armed robber of Fruita gas station

By Gabrielle Porter

Fruita police are investigating an early morning armed robbery today at a Maverick station, located at 1103 Highway 6 & 50. Someone called 911 at 6:40 a.m., Fruita Police Sgt. Kevin Paquette said this afternoon. “A male wearing all ...


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Deal struck on lawsuits for defects in buildings

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — After several years of working on it, legislators from both sides of the political aisle have come together on a bill dealing with construction defect lawsuits. The issue, one that lawmakers have struggled with for more than a ...


Student Spotlight, April 24, 2017

By Staff

■ John Whiteside of Grand Junction sang bass 1 in the spring 2017 Men’s Glee Club concert at Wheaton College Conservatory of Music, in Wheaton, Illinois. ■ The Wayne N. Aspinall Foundation presented scholarships to Colorado ...


Blotter, April 24, 2017

By Staff

Careless driving alleged A pregnant driver and four passengers in her car were injured in a head-on collision last summer when a 31-year-old woman allegedly veered into oncoming traffic in their lane near Seventh Street and Elm Avenue in ...


Printed Letters: April 23, 2017

By Staff

Sen. Gardner needs to uphold air quality rules Last week, Sen. Cory Gardner took time on his trip back to Colorado this month to stop in Grand Junction and hike Devil’s Canyon. I am glad to see he appreciates the beautiful place we call ...


Unless we change TABOR, schools will never get adequate funds

By Guest Columnist

By Trish Greenwood With the great recession fading from the rearview mirror and housing prices climbing in Denver and Front Range communities, Colorado continues to show signs of a healthy economy. Colorado revenue is expected to grow 4 ...


When it comes to American energy, waste not, want not

By Guest Columnist

By Darin Carei Small business owners can’t afford to be wasteful. Down to the last hour in the day and the last dollar spent, our resources must go toward innovating in our field, investing in our businesses, paying employees, and ...


How do you create a community that cares? By caring

By Robin Brown

I have a theory that the entire valley runs on about 3,000 “movers and shakers.” These are the people who are involved in the day-to-day management of our community. They might own their own business or work for one of the big ...


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