County stays out of road dispute

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Brandon Siegfried holds up a thick packet of signatures on a petition in favor of Revised Statute 2477 concerning right-of-way Monday morning during a hearing about opening Upper Go Boy Road to the public. Siegfried, the former director of the Public Land Access Association, made his case before the Mesa County Commission meeting.

Landowner wants it open; his neighbors want it closed

A split Mesa County Commission opted Monday against taking any position on a road up the northwest face of Grand Mesa that a landowner wants open and his neighbors want closed.

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Four Grand Junction men arrested in connection with a home burglary and arson earlier this month are suspected members of the Satan’s Disciples gang, an organization that prosecutors Monday confirmed is suspected of involvement with the murder of a 20-year-old man in December.

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