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Public defender asks for delay in Birgfeld case

By Paul Shockley

The complexity and scope of the investigation into Paige Birgfeld’s death make it impossible to be prepared for a preliminary hearing within statutory time frames, an attorney argues. Steve Colvin, Grand Junction head of the Colorado ...


Mesa’s Swing for Life event a finalist for prestigious award

By Staff

Swing for Life has become an annual event at Colorado Mesa softball games, with the Mavericks auctioning off special pink jerseys and raising money for breast cancer research. Other teams at CMU quickly jumped on board to help Mesa graduate ...


Rifle woman dies in one-car rollover Tuesday

By Staff

A 60-year-old Rifle woman died Tuesday in a one-vehicle rollover crash on Interstate 70 just east of Rifle, the Colorado State Patrol said. The woman, identified Tuesday evening as Barbara A. Snider, was driving east in a 2005 Ford Ranger and ...


All-State football teams, Dec. 16, 2014

By Staff

Western Slope All-State players Class 1A First Team Paonia: Taylor Walters, jr., QB/RB/DB; Dylan Geisler, sr., G/DT; Josh Kimball, sr., OL; Logan Schopp, TE/LB; Joel Simianer, sr., TE/LB. Meeker: Jake Phelan. sr., QB/DB; T.J. Shelton, jr., ...


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Poachers will pay price in Utah

By Dave Buchanan

It’s never a good time to poach deer in Utah, but this winter might be the worst of all. Wildlife officers from the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources this winter are undertaking large-scale patrols in much of Utah’s prime mule ...


Ice-fishing tournaments to heat up your winter

By Dave Buchanan

Grand County is anticipating a cold winter, which is a sign to hardwater anglers that fishing is just heating up. Already on the county’s lineup for getting through the winter months are three of the state’s top ice-fishing ...


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Living a fishing dream

By Dave Buchanan

A fly angler’s mid-winter dream might include any or all of the following: A sky blue as a baby’s eyes, water flowing around your knees, no other anglers to crowd you, and a 20-inch brown trout, nose high, sipping tiny dry flies in ...


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Fee increases part of proposals to help Parks and Wildlife

By Dave Buchanan

Under the sub-heading of “You asked for it, here it is,” the Colorado Parks and Wildlife commission at its recent meeting received a long list of potential paths to financial stability. The list, touching on everything the agency ...


Gas industry warns of closures with fines

By Dennis Webb

Colorado oil and gas regulators on Tuesday postponed a decision on a new fine structure for rule violations, after industry representatives voiced concern that it could lead in some cases to companies shutting down or curtailing ...


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Shippers, senders cope with holiday package surge

By Amy Hamilton

Tom Loomis watched the lines surge and thin out all day Tuesday at Grand Junction’s main post office. “They come in bunches, there’s just so many people,” said Loomis, ringing the bell and collecting donations near ...


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