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Published: 2017-02-28T06:10:00+00:00

 



Dragon Tales: De Beque hoops teams writing success stories

2017-02-28T05:10:00+00:00

As a cold, winter rain patters outside an otherwise quiet gymnasium, the De Beque High School girls basketball team is running through a series of drills.



CMU’s Adams trades ballet slippers for hoops

2017-02-28T05:05:00+00:00

Bryanna Adams works as hard, if not harder, than anyone in the gym.



Eagles top Mavericks in softball slugfests

2017-02-28T05:04:00+00:00

The ball isn’t supposed to fly on cold days.



Health and wellness briefs: Feb. 28, 2017

2017-02-28T04:58:00+00:00

Sign language basics given



Groups coming to agreement on Palisade Plunge bike route

2017-02-28T04:57:00+00:00

Trail builders and the owners of a cattle operation have reached some compromises in the creation of a mountain bike trail proposed to drop from the top of Grand Mesa to the valley floor in Palisade.



Ex-teacher gets probation in sexting case

2017-02-28T04:56:00+00:00

A former Central High School substitute teacher who tried to convince a 16-year-old girl to have sex with him after weeks of exchanging lewd texts with her has pleaded guilty and been sentenced to four years of probation.



Man who ‘quit cash’ back home to help out

2017-02-28T04:56:00+00:00

Daniel Suelo didn’t have anything to give up, but he gave up everything to help his family.



County cuts loom large

2017-02-28T04:55:49+00:00

Mesa County is asking its department heads to take a steak knife to their budgets now so the commission won’t have to swing a meat ax later.



Man accused of sexually assaulting 7-year-old girl

2017-02-28T04:55:00+00:00

A man police believe sexually assaulted a young girl multiple times, leaving her with some health issues, was arrested Friday and is being held on a $25,000 cash-only bond.



Agency suggests 60 percent license, parks pass increases

2017-02-28T04:55:00+00:00

Increases of up to 60 percent in the cost of hunting and fishing licenses and state park passes, with the allowance for further increases tied to inflation, are among ideas Colorado Parks and Wildlife is discussing with lawmakers for dealing with budget shortfalls.



City Council signaling split on broadband

2017-02-28T04:54:00+00:00

Stay tuned on whether the city of Grand Junction will invest in a fiber broadband network to bring affordable internet to residents and businesses.



TABOR-tweak bill clears committee

2017-02-28T04:54:00+00:00

DENVER — Coloradans would get to vote on how they want state lawmakers to calculate the revenue cap mandated by the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights under a bill that won approval in a House committee Monday.



Blotter, Feb. 28, 2017

2017-02-28T04:53:00+00:00

Woman accused of selling pot to underage teens



Death Notices, Feb. 28, 2017

2017-02-28T04:52:00+00:00

■ Audrey Ehmann, 88, Grand Junction, died Feb. 25, 2017, at La Villa Grande Care Center.



Let’s stop treating organs as if they’re disposable

2017-02-28T03:56:00+00:00

We need our organs — all of them. We may survive with fewer organs than we were born with, but it is likely that we were born with all of our organs for a good reason.









Email letters: Feb. 27, 2017

2017-02-27T16:00:31+00:00













Free from meth for 1,000 days, man praises jail ministry

2017-02-27T12:30:32+00:00

After being hooked on methamphetamine for more than two decades, Erik Borrell looked up while he was on his knees being arrested for the last time, thanking God for the opportunity to get his life back.



Student Spotlight, Feb. 27, 2017

2017-02-27T10:33:42+00:00

■ Troy Levinson of Fruita, a 2016 graduate of Palisade High School, was named to the fall 2016 quarter dean’s list at Denver University in Denver.



Users offer high praise for library’s 970West Studio

2017-02-27T06:39:56+00:00

Donny Morales didn’t consider himself a regular library user.



Shrull: Always realistic, Tigers coach Provenza looks forward to teaching

2017-02-27T04:37:00+00:00

Another close game melted into a loss with a funk-filled fourth quarter.



Paonia girls, boys snag top 2A seeds

2017-02-27T04:37:00+00:00

Paonia High School’s girls basketball team has been the top-ranked Class 2A team in Colorado for most of the season.



A-Fasching we will go

2017-02-27T04:33:00+00:00

Karneval. Fasching. Fastnacht. Mardi Gras. Carnival.



Student of the Week, Feb. 27, 2017

2017-02-27T04:32:00+00:00

GPA: 4.0



Routes, trails crisscrossed area long before Europeans arrived

2017-02-27T04:31:39+00:00

On August 26, 1776, after descending the eastern side of the Uncompahgre Plateau to the Uncompahgre River Valley, Father Francisco Silvestre Vélez de Escalante wrote, “In the meadow of this river … there is a very wide and well-beaten trail.”



Blotter, Feb. 27, 2017

2017-02-27T04:28:10+00:00

Stolen credit card used