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ID of body in river released

By Dennis Webb

The Garfield County Coroner’s Office has released the identity of a man whose body was found in the Colorado River over the weekend, but authorities are continuing to investigate the circumstances of his death. The body of Jonathan Carl ...


Primary voter turnout almost 36%

By Charles Ashby

Turnout in Tuesday’s primary election didn’t quite reach levels from 2010, but they were close. According to the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office, voter turnout for Republicans reached 35.86 percent, nearly 1 percentage ...


Boy found in pool still alive; inquiry continues

By Gabrielle Porter

The infant boy found unresponsive in the swimming pool of a north Grand Junction home Friday morning was still alive Wednesday afternoon, and police are still determining whether his condition is the result of an accident or a crime, according ...


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New Castle ER doc dies in freak hiking accident

By Dennis Webb

Family, friends and coworkers are mourning the freak death of a Garfield County emergency room physician in a hiking accident near Glenwood Springs Monday. New Castle resident Dr. William Bevins, Jr., 59, who had practiced medicine in ...


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Graff Dairy — the same, but better — reopens Saturday

By Erin McIntyre

The reopening of a Grand Valley cornerstone has residents screaming for ice cream this weekend, when Graff Dairy serves its first swirly cones to the public in two years. The beloved ice cream establishment closed its doors in 2014, and fans ...


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Wider highway good, but not great, road cyclists tell state

By Amy Hamilton

Some local cycling advocates are hailing as bittersweet a state plan to add 2 feet of shoulder to a short but dangerous stretch of Colorado Highway 340 this fall, saying the improvements are critical — but may not go far enough — ...


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Rider’s near-death experience prompted road improvements

By Amy Hamilton

Terry Brown has ridden thousands of miles in the Grand Valley over past few decades and never had more than a few water bottles lobbed his way or been given “the finger” by motorists. Yet Brown, 58, nearly lost his life when the ...


Plume of gas poses no risk to public

By Amy Hamilton

Preliminary results of tests on underground gas plumes near Main Street and Colorado Avenue in downtown Grand Junction have shown the public is not at risk for a release of vapors. But cleaning up the petroleum from underground gas tanks that ...


Energy Transfer Equity backs out of pending Williams merger

By Dennis Webb

A Texas energy company said Wednesday it is terminating a merger agreement with Williams, a natural gas treatment and transportation company with significant holdings in western Colorado. Dallas-based Energy Transfer Equity, L.P., acted after ...


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Graff Dairy

By Staff

Graff Dairy gets ready for grand opening.  ...


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