Colorado Rockies visit GJ

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Colorado Rockies first baseman Justin Morneau signs a fan’s jacket.

Colorado Rockies’ first baseman Justin Morneau autographs the back of Allen Neil’s jacket during a visit to Grand Junction today. Other players included outfielder Charlie Blackmon, second from left, manager Walt Weiss, and general manager Jeff Bridich.

The event at Grand Junction Subaru attracted more than 100 fans, more than any other visit that the Colorado Rockies have made to other cities so far this season.

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In a rare event for a Mesa County criminal case, District Attorney Pete Hautzinger’s office will seek to convince a judge to hold Michael Blagg in custody without bail ahead of a retrial on charges he murdered his wife 13 years ago.



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