Western Colorado

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Deal for dog killer driven by cop’s death, prosecutor says

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man serving three years in federal prison for killing a dog will face no additional prison time under a plea agreement in an unrelated case. The deal was driven largely by the death of a Grand Junction police officer, a ...


Moms oppose Grand Junction pot shops

By Amy Hamilton

Allowing medical marijuana dispensaries to proliferate across town sends the wrong message to youth, according to a local group of mothers with teenagers. A grass-roots movement of 10 mothers has formed a group called PACT, Parents Advocating ...


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Poll: Pot gets support, with conditions

By Amy Hamilton

Some Grand Junction residents believe medical marijuana centers should be allowed within city limits, but they also should be subjected to zoning and licensing restrictions, according to a survey conducted by the city. The survey conducted by ...


Reopening ice arena a possibility, owners say

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There is a sliver of hope that the Glacier Ice Arena will reopen this year, possibly this fall, one of the owners said Friday. Alan and Robbie Koos were preparing for a court battle with the Canadian company that installed the refrigeration ...


Recall backer in trouble with the law

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A member of a committee that has made character central to its efforts to recall Palisade Mayor Dave Walker is dealing with his own potential black mark. Jeff Meade, 42, was given a one-year deferred judgment and sentence and ordered to pay ...


Doctor facing allegations surrenders license

By Amy Hamilton

A longtime Grand Junction doctor who was being investigated by the state on allegations that he initiated inappropriate sexual contact with several patients has agreed with the state to relinquish his medical license. The medical license of ...


Williams: Gifts to New Mexico BLM official ‘contrary to policyÂ’

By Dennis Webb

Williams says it is looking into an apparent breach of corporate policy involving reported gifts to a former Bureau of Land Management official in New Mexico. An investigative report by the Department of Interior’s Office of Inspector ...


Police blotter, Aug. 28, 2010

By Staff

Progress in alleged fraud Two people wanted by the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department for allegedly stealing a credit card and making fraudulent charges on it turned themselves in Friday but haven’t been arrested. The man and woman ...


Coloradans to vote on opting out of health law

By Charles Ashby

A measure designed to opt Colorado out of the federal health care legislation will appear on this year’s ballot as Amendment 63. The measure has been dubbed the Right to Health Care Choice by the Independence Institute, the free-market ...


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Arizona law not about immigration, but about safety for residents, Bradford says

By Charles Ashby

It isn’t about immigration, it’s about border security, Rep. Laura Bradford said. In a briefing Thursday about her recent trip to Arizona with other Colorado legislators, the Collbran Republican said that state’s ...


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