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Man, woman charged in I-70 rest area stabbing case

By Dennis Webb

Two suspects have been extradited from Texas and charged in connection with an alleged stabbing and robbery involving two Ohio sisters at an Interstate 70 rest area east of Glenwood Springs last year. Delbert Willeford Jr., 55, also known as ...


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Woman hits man with dart, police say

By Gabrielle Porter

A woman accused of shooting a blowgun dart into a man’s back at the height of an argument Wednesday afternoon was surprised to find herself jailed and facing a felony assault charge. Lauren Alicia Clark, 49, was arrested Wednesday after ...


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High bond set for suspect in woman’s assault

By Gabrielle Porter

A 33-year-old man with a history of domestic violence was given a $50,000 cash-only bond Friday after he fled from police responding to a report that he assaulted a woman. Charles Kaleb Vanlandingham is accused of attacking a woman who he was ...


Business-dissolution fee drops from $25 to $10

By Charles Ashby

Starting today, the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office is reducing the fee it charges to dissolve a business. The fee will go down from the current $25 to $10. Secretary of State Wayne Williams said the office is able to reduce those ...


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Recent sloshy weather puts levels above last year

By Gary Harmon

Recent and prolonged wet weather across regions that help feed water levels in Lake Powell has had a downstream effect that has water-watchers encouraged. Lake Powell wrapped up the water year nearly 500,000 acre-feet more full of Colorado ...


County gets 
pittance in
 pot revenue

By Amy Hamilton

Neither the Grand Junction Police Department nor the Delta County Sheriff’s Office received much from a recent round of grant funding from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. The funds were available for communities that do not ...


For The Record, Oct. 1, 2016

By Staff

BIRTHS Community Hospital Jesse and Andrea Hughson, De Beque, a daughter, Sept. 9. Ben Newman and Kristin Brethauer, Grand Junction, a daughter, Sept. 10. Jesse and Jessica Beynon, Grand Junction, a daughter, Sept. 11. Stephen and Layna ...


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East valley soon to be dialed in

By Katie Langford

One of Grand Junction’s most beloved community radio stations will soon be broadcasting loud and clear among the peach trees and vineyards of Palisade, thanks to a new translator tower installed on top of the Palisade Fire ...


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Trench battle

By Patti Arnold

They’ve had that gnawing feeling in their guts since last Nov. 7, when CSU-Pueblo put up four quick-strike touchdowns in the second half to turn a six-point game into a blowout. No player on the Colorado Mesa football team has ...


Vet: West Nile virus continues 
to infect horses, including here

By Erin McIntyre

West Nile virus continues to infect Colorado’s horses, and officials are encouraging horse owners to be vigilant about vaccinating their animals. The Colorado Department of Agriculture announced this week that 12 cases of equine West ...


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