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    Ute Tribe renews its proposal for casino

    The Northern Ute Tribe is back with a renewed proposal for a casino gaming project in the tiny town of Dinosaur just across the Colorado border, but this time with the idea of buying some...

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    Women’s March fills Junction Main Street

    They came with their signs, wearing pink hats. They marched with their families, from the elderly in wheelchairs to parents pushing their children in strollers. They came with their...

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    Suspect accused of assaulting Montrose police officer

    A 29-year-old Montrose woman accused of kicking an officer in the face twice and grabbing for her service revolver while trying to escape custody now faces a slew of felony charges. In an...

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    Police: Man accused of impersonating officer to obtain sexual favors

    A Grand Junction man arrested for alleged sexual assault of a teenager last week also is involved in a 3-year-old case where a woman reported he pretended to be a police officer and...

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    Airport fires at Jviation, countering its lawsuit

    Had a Front Range consultant lived up to its billing on aviation-related matters, Grand Junction Regional Airport might never have ended up in the mess it did, the airport says in court...

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    Blotter, Jan. 22, 2017

    Police seek camera man Crime Stoppers hopes someone can identify a man caught on surveillance cameras at Target taking photos of a woman he followed out of the store. On Thursday, Dec....

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    Local property sales pushing boom-time levels

    Grand Valley real estate values ended 2016 on a high note and 2017 shows every sign of continuing the trend, according to a Grand Junction title company. “There has been a...

  • Biz Buzz, Jan. 22, 2017

    Christella Kay wants her clients to know there’s no reason to be embarrassed about their lack of computer knowledge. She’s had plenty of practice being patient, as an...

  • Traffic alert, Jan. 22, 2017

    Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects with Travel Restrictions ■ Sewer repair and replacement project, River Road...

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    Some questions and answers about probate

    Probate is a term most have heard, but don’t know what it means. Some know it has something to do with a will, but don’t know how. More than a few have been told it is something...

  • Death notices, Jan. 22, 2017

    ■  Steve Gammill, 77, Fruita, died Jan. 17, 2017, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at First Presbyterian Church, in Grand Junction. He...

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    Bill would protect certain citizens’ initiatives

    Sen. Lois Court isn’t a big fan of direct democracy. As a long-time American government instructor at Red Rocks Community College, Court believes the nation is a representative...



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    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says the west's sanctions on Russia are likely to remain in place "for a long time" despite expectations Donald Trump's inauguration as U.S. president will lead to warmer relations between Washington and Moscow.

  • UK's May won't say whether she knew of reported missile fail

    LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May has refused to say whether she knew about the reported failure of an unarmed nuclear test missile fired off the coast of Florida last year.

  • Dubai has new rules after high-rise fires, but few details

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — New fire safety rules have come to Dubai after a series of skyscraper fires that marred its futuristic skyline, but authorities offered few details Sunday about how they'll force owners to replace flammable siding with better material.

  • Bull-taming sport allowed but protests go on in south India

    NEW DELHI (AP) — A traditional bull-taming sport banned by India's top court was performed in parts of southern India on Sunday but tens of thousands of protesters demanded the sport be allowed to resume unhindered.


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