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Published: 2017-10-19T23:15:36+00:00


Pedestrian killed in accident identified


Makeup to die for: Zombie Prom offers makeup options to start off annual event


It’s just a flesh wound and some blood. Nothing to worry about.

Lines West: Mule Park


Mule Park

Take a listen to these great new albums


It’s time for an update on some great new music.

Email Letters: October 19, 2017


Death Notices, Oct. 18, 2017


Absolute Dance to present ‘Snow White’ in memory of former dancer Caitlyn True


For little girls who love princesses, there’s the lovely Snow White.

Printed Letters: October 19, 2017


The voters of Mesa County are extraordinarily fortunate to have the opportunity to vote for Dr. Amy Davis to serve on the school board of District 51. As a family physician, Dr. Davis understands the distant ramifications of decisions made today.

A cavalcade of wisdom


So many things happening and with the space allotted. I am compelled this week to comment on two topics and unleashing one of our semi-regular Cavalcade’s of Wisdom (COW).

Vote yes on 3A, 3B


The weeds growing from cracks in a wall at Orchard Mesa Middle School should say it all. We need maintenance in our schools. Every building in District 51 has deficiencies stemming from $200 million in budget cuts over the last decade.

Kudos for wild horse operation


Speakers lauded the Little Bookcliffs Wild Horse Area during comments to the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Committee, which heard public comments Tuesday in Grand Junction.

keep police 
on the run


Emergency crews and law enforcement responded to numerous roadway crashes on Wednesday, including a rollover crash in Grand Junction in the afternoon, and another rollover crash in Clifton later in the day.

Palisade woman 
ordered to leave 
securities market


Colorado Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome has ordered the permanent revocation of securities licenses held by Palisade resident Barbara Endres and her firm, Lifetime Wealth Advisors.

Towns in Garfield County 
get grants for mineral leases


Several communities in Garfield County were awarded more than $1.3 million in grants for various projects thanks to the county’s Federal Mineral Lease District.

Rifle hosts 5 finalists for new city manager


The city of Rifle is hosting a reception for the five finalists in the search for a new city manager, and the Rifle City Council encourages the public to attend the reception and meet the candidates.

Blotter, Oct. 19, 2017


Clues sought in robbery

Safety dance


Replacing an injured All-American is a formidable assignment for any player.

See ball, hit ball: Hays’ approach at plate leads to no strikeouts this season


Earlier this season, the Central High School softball team decided to have a little fun with a pitching machine.

U-turn on North Avenue?


Grand Junction City Council will vote Nov. 1 on whether to rescind an earlier decision to change the name of North Avenue to University Boulevard, the council decided Wednesday.

Briefs, Oct. 19, 2017


Crime Stoppers given three awards

Mavs’ XC team ready for RMAC championships


Mako Watanabe isn’t sure how it happened, but he’s a significantly faster runner than he was a year ago.

Sports Briefs, Oct. 18, 2017


College Basketball

Speed and power


Three leadoff hitters and three clean-up hitters makes building a lineup interesting for the Central High School softball coach Scott Else.

Two pedestrians hit, killed within hours of each other


Two people died Wednesday in separate vehicle-pedestrian accidents that happened about 10 hours apart on opposite ends of the Grand Valley.

Nearly $250K given to boost tax campaigns


Donors poured close to $250,000 combined into the two campaigns seeking higher taxes for Mesa County public safety officials and schools.