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Colorado buyers snapping up 
trucks vs. cars

By Greg Ruland

Coloradans bought more new trucks, but fewer new cars, through June compared to the same period in 2014, a combined 7 percent increase that saw truck sales outpace car sales by a wide margin, the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association ...


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Former doctor pleads guilty, plans to testify

By Paul Shockley

One of two former western Colorado doctors, indicted nearly four years ago for fraud and in connection with the deaths of four patients, pleaded guilty Wednesday after striking a deal with federal prosecutors. Eric Peper faces anywhere from ...


Salary ballooned over seven years with city

By Amy Hamilton

Elizabeth Tice’s salary as an employee with the city of Grand Junction nearly doubled in almost seven years, thanks to a series of promotions and pay raises based on performance and market-based adjustments. Tice, who was the ...


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Man strikes deal in child-porn probe

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man who was charged with 100 felony counts after more than 5,400 images of child pornography were found on his computer may be sent to prison under a plea deal formalized on Wednesday. Sysco Gaglione, 24, pleaded guilty Wednesday to ...


Free-lunch applications now available

By Staff

Applications are available now for School District 51 students who qualify for free or reduced-price school meals based on household income. Parents can apply online at http://www.applyforlunch.com or pick up an application form at any ...


BLM to gather horses from Douglas Creek

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management will gather as many as 167 horses from the Douglas Creek area of the Bookcliffs in an effort to reduce the population to a more manageable level. The BLM has determined that wild-horse populations south of ...


Probation for woman who gave kids meds

By Paul Shockley

A Montrose woman who pleaded no contest in a case involving 35 preschool-aged children who were administered adult doses of the sleep aid melatonin was sentenced on Wednesday to serve two years probation. Dedrie Womack, 44, was also ordered ...


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‘Never forget your fallen soldier’

By Greg Ruland

The fair-skinned, blond-headed 27-year-old turned “bright red like a tomato” under the hot sun in Iraq, the country where he died from an improvised explosive device more than eight years ago, a loved one said. Wade Oglesby of ...


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City picks cash payout vs. fight

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction city councilors voted 5-1 Wednesday to pay $125,000 to Elizabeth Tice, the city’s management and legislative liaison, for her immediate resignation, a separation agreement that prevents Tice from filing suit against the ...


Getting It Right: July 30, 2015

By Staff

A headline on page 2A Wednesday should not have referred to Michael Edwin Ho as a dentist.  ...


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