Father: ‘Hard’ to see photos of daughter’s remains

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Frank Birgfeld, father of Paige Birgfeld, stands outside the courtroom of the Lester Ralph Jones preliminary hearing Monday afternoon in the Mesa County Justice Center.


Man suspected of Paige Birgfeld murder facing several felonies

Mesa County District Judge Brian Flynn ruled Monday that Lester Jones should stand trial on all counts in the 2007 death of Grand Junction mother Paige Birgfeld, setting up a jury trial running anywhere from four to eight weeks in 2016.

Senate gives tax-friendly bill nod

DENVER — A bill designed to help rural areas of the state recover from the recent recession as Front Range cities have saw more changes made to it in the Colorado Senate, which then gave it a preliminary thumbs-up on Monday.



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