Bean Ranch brush fire

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Photo by Gretel Daugherty

Firefighters extinguish a brush fire along Bean Ranch Road.

Firefighters with Land End Fire Protection District extinguish a hot spot in a brush fire while a large cottonwood tree continues to smolder along Bean Ranch Road east of Whitewater.

Two Lands End vehicles and a truck from the Grand Junction Fire Department responded to the scene to put out the fire.

Courts still coping in drug-sting roundup last summer

Thirteen Mesa County drug dealers arrested last summer after a months-long investigation that included wiretaps and extensive surveillance have pleaded guilty and been sentenced — less than half of the 33 who were taken into custody as a result of the investigation.

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