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Published: 2016-10-24T22:03:42+00:00


Email Letters: October 24, 2016


Truck, carrying coffee, grinds to a halt in river inside Interstate 70 median


An 18-wheel truck carrying coffee went off Interstate 70 into a channel of the Colorado River on Sunday.

Maves Construction


How did you get started in the building industry?

Real News


Former Parade of Homes award-winning home on the market


It’s the final weekend of the 2016 Parade of Homes, and if you’re thinking that it would be fabulous to own one of those large, award-winning custom homes on the golf course and it’s too bad that the two Redlands Mesa parade homes, as well as the one near Tiara Rado are already sold, then this unique property at 322 Iron Horse in Redlands Mesa Golf Course Community is just for you.

Darren Davidson


612 Rico Way

On the streets or on the gravel, Ram Limited excels


So I’ve been driving a lot of big, lifted trucks recently, so it was deceptively easy to climb into the cab of this Ram 1500 Limited Crew Cab 4x4 from Grand Junction Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.

Man shot, killed in Aurora


Amendment 71: State Constitution harder to change under measure


There have been several efforts over the past decade or so to find a way to make it harder to amend Colorado’s Constitution without limiting Coloradans’ ability to place measures on the ballot.

Amendment 70: Economists disagree about effect of raising minimum wage


There is no shortage of experts who say that raising the state’s minimum wage would either be a good thing or a bad thing.

Wildcats, Tigers reach soccer postseason


The Grand Junction High School boys soccer team may have finished behind the Fruita Monument Wildcats in the Southwestern League standings this season, but the Tigers finished with a higher seed in the Class 5A state tournament when seedings and first-round matchups were announced by the Colorado High School Activities Association on Sunday.

Local golf: Battlement Mesa wins CGA team title


Local Golf

Soccer: CMU men rally; Mesa women make postseason


There’s still work to be done.

Jussel: Broncos got a bargain letting QB go


Yes, yes, I know: Brock is Back.

2016 scholarships from Saccomanno total $725,000


One of Grand Junction’s most prolific supporters of higher education will turn 25 years old in 2017 — while also celebrating more than $14 million in scholarships awarded to students.

Props 107, 108 would open state primaries


The timing for a measure on the ballot to create open primaries — and a second one to bring back presidential primaries — couldn’t be better.

Student of the Week, Oct. 24, 2016


GPA: 4.1

Tree and rock drawings gave sheepherder an artistic outlet


Pacomio Chacon was a very good sheepherder, and he was proud of that fact.

AG’s office sets public hearing on Rocky Mountain Health Plan conversion


Hearing set on Rocky Mountain changes

Local religious leaders discuss presidential race


Billed as a diverse group of faith leaders talking about the presidential campaign, a forum discussing issues surrounding who would be best to serve in the White House was tilted to one side.

Thurlow loses appeal over campaign finances


Rep. Dan Thurlow’s argument that he shouldn’t have been fined for making errors on some of his campaign finance reports last year didn’t past muster with the Colorado Court of Appeals.

Agency takes input on listing of wolverine


The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is taking public comment for the next month on a proposal to list the North American wolverine as threatened under the Endangered Species Act in the continental United States.

Printed Letters: October 23, 2016


One of our county commissioners, Rose Pugliese, traveled recently to Oregon to express support for construction of a natural gas pipeline, a liquid natural gas facility, and an exporting port in the anticipation this would bring Mesa County additional revenues from increased natural gas production.

Tann’s 7 TDs, Salum’s pace lift Mavs to win


Fastbreak football.

Prep football scores, Oct. 22, 2016


Fruita Monument 52, Standley Lake 35

CMU volleyball score, Oct. 22, 2016


Colo. Mesa 3, South Dakota Mines 0