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Race, learn and party at Telefest

By Dave Buchanan

Race at 8, party at 4. Of course, there is more to enjoy during the sixth annual Powderhorn Telefest on Saturday, but that’s really what you’re interested in, isn’t it? It’s a daylong festival for freeheelers, with ...


Firefighters take action in the kitchen

By Dixie Burmeister

Late last fall, I had breakfast with the Retired Fire Fighters of Mesa County. There were about 20–25 good looking and humorous guys. (Jealous ladies?) The group is made up of local retired firefighters and some firefighters who retired ...


Bill would make Coloradans organ donors by default

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado drivers sign up for organ and tissue donation at higher rates than in any other state. But state lawmakers are considering a first-in-the-nation change so that people getting driver’s licenses would be presumed ...


Colo. lawmakers to meet on redistricting

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers will hold their first meeting to talk about congressional redistricting. The issue is one of the thorniest lawmakers will take on this year. To tackle the issue, legislative leaders formed a 10-member ...


Colo. lawmakers to hear from plagiarized justice

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado Supreme Court justice who inadvertently derailed the hopes of a Republican gubernatorial candidate last year is giving lawmakers the real deal in a briefing on water law. Gregory Hobbs is the jurist whose 1984 essay ...


One dead in early morning rollover accident

By Staff

One person was killed and another was hospitalized early Wednesday after a single-vehicle rollover accident on D 1/2 Road. The Grand Junction Police Department said in a news release that a 4-door sedan rolled several times on D 1/2 Road, ...


Buescher to practice law at attorney general’s office

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Former Secretary of State Bernie Buescher is going to be a lawyer again. The Grand Junction resident and former Democratic state legislator for House District 55 announced Tuesday he accepted a job with Republican Attorney ...


Tourism bill would allow counties to cooperate

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Montrose resident Richard Harding hopes a bill that cleared its first hurdle in a House committee Tuesday will lead to the creation of a new panel that would help six Western Slope counties boost tourism. The measure, House ...


Rifle teen first juvenile flu death in Colorado this season

By Dennis Webb

A Rifle High School junior and athlete is the first person in Colorado to die of the flu this flu season. Austin Booth, 17, died Monday morning. He had been admitted to St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction last week. Booth was a ...


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Round stone found on Grand Mesa likely is weaponry from Spanish era

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The history of a carefully rounded stone that lay for centuries just beneath the surface of the volcanic debris on the south slope of Grand Mesa is beginning to come to light. The stone, which was discovered last year by a Mesa State College ...


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