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Never in our wildest journalism-school dreams would we have imagined having to decide whether to print the word "shithole" in a news story because the... [Read More]
Paper's photo shows disrespect for a lost life... [Read More]
It's not fire season right now — or at least it shouldn't be — but continuing drought and seemingly constant shifts in "normal" weather patterns... [Read More]
The Antiquities Act took years to pass after the necessity of the law became clear. The Act, consisting of four short paragraphs, was passed by... [Read More]
You changed your major at least five times, adding a few years and dollar signs to your college education and then ... [Read More]
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Our best features and news photos for the week of January 14-20, 2018. [Read More]
Library expands Dog Ears reading program for children... [Read More]
Grand Junction Imagination Library... [Read More]
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Taylor Wagner loves this Colorado Mesa women's basketball team. [Read More]
Classes begin Tuesday at Colorado Mesa, so the long break is over for the CMU men's basketball team. [Read More]
Vandalism is far from a new phenomenon on the Western Slope — but land managers said they sense that defacing sites used by ancients for... [Read More]
Arron Buehler's day in a western Colorado canyon might not have had the Hollywood panache of Ferris Bueller's day off, but something about seeing Buehler's... [Read More]
It's taken about a decade, but the Grand Valley real estate market appears to be recovered from the latest recession and the market is projected... [Read More]
All meals served with 1 percent milk:... [Read More]
Here are results of recent bridge games:... [Read More]
Jan. 14... [Read More]
Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week:... [Read More]
Student Transportation of America has been transporting District 51 students to and from school for the past few years, but that's not the only service... [Read More]
A Caprock Academy senior who was awarded a $1,000 scholarship by the Mount Garfield chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution won out the... [Read More]
The Roice-Hurst Humane Society's 28 Road building bustled Saturday morning with cats, cats and more cats. [Read More]
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