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    Man places flotation devices at stations along river

    Not everyone who boats, floats and swims the Colorado River in Mesa County owns or uses a life jacket. But, as life vest booster Brian Cohee sees it, at least more people have the option...

  • Pot plant law may see ballot challenge

    Gov. John Hickenlooper hasn’t signed the bill yet, but there’s already a citizens’ effort to block it if he does. The measure, HB1220, would limit to 16 the number of...

  • Memorial Day events planned

    A number of events are planned in conjunction with Memorial Day today, including: ■ 10 a.m. ceremony at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado, 2830 Riverside Parkway in...

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    Rape suspect: ‘I know no means no’

    A 22-year-old Grand Junction man accused of raping a resistant woman Thursday night was arrested after telling a sheriff’s deputy that he knew he was wrong and that he knew “no...

  • Malware targets Chipotle customers

    The Grand Junction branch of Chipotle Mexican Grill was impacted by a payment card security breach in between March 25 and April 18, according to the company’s website. The breach...

  • Status changes in Pear Park shooting

    Status changes in Pear Park shooting The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is not seeking any suspects in connection with a Saturday afternoon shooting in a Pear Park home that left a...

  • Death Notice, May 29, 2017

    ■  Naomi Ruth Dutton, 83, Grand Junction, died May 26, 2017, in Grand Junction. Services will be at 11a.m. Friday at Victory Life Church in Fruita. She was a nurse’s...

  • Blotter, May 29, 2017

    Theft suspect arrested A 34-year-old Texas man suspected of stealing equipment from a Grand Junction construction site in December was arrested Thursday after being stopped with a small...

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    Honor guard venerates departed comrades

    More than 2,500. That’s how many times the Grand Valley Combined Honor Guard has provided military honors at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. Bob Henderson and Gary...

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    New chief policing Fruita

    When Dave Krouse started in law enforcement, Fruita’s population was half its current size. Mountain bikers from all over scarcely knew it existed. Krouse was 21 when he graduated...

  • Death notices, May 28, 2017

    ■ Anita Lea Gonzalez, 58, Delta, died May 24, 2017, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Taylor Funeral Service Chapel, 682 1725 Road in...

  • Traffic Alert, May 28, 2017

    Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects with Travel Restrictions ■ First Street Reconstruction, Ouray Avenue to North...



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  • Trump hails the fallen and their families at Arlington

    ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — President Donald Trump expressed his nation's "boundless and undying" gratitude Monday to Americans who have fallen in battle and to the families they left behind, hailing as heroes the hundreds of thousands buried at Arlington National Cemetery.

  • Trump's immigration views cast shadow on Virginia race

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — President Donald Trump's hardline position on immigration is casting a long shadow over Virginia's race for governor, with candidates in both parties adjusting their focus to more closely match or oppose the president.

  • The Latest: Trump hails heroes at Arlington

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump's Memorial Day observance (all times local):

  • Work as cop molded view of prosecutor key to US crime review

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A zealous prosecutor who played a key role in writing the Justice Department's new policy encouraging harsher punishments for criminals is now turning his attention to hate crimes, marijuana and the ways law enforcement seizes suspects' cash and property.

  • Kelly defends plan for Russia back channel as a 'good thing'

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly is defending an alleged effort by top White House adviser Jared Kushner to create back-channel communications with Russia as a "good thing," while the Trump administration sought to quell mounting questions over secret ties to the Kremlin.





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