Western Colorado

Page 1321 of 1977


Wild horse’s death a point of contention

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has put down a wild horse that was part of an ongoing roundup near Meeker, but it is taking issue with an advocacy group’s contention that the horse was kicked and dragged before being put into a ...


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Ex-suspect testifies in murder trial

By Paul Shockley

Steve Benson sold his extensive collection of handguns and antique rifles in the months after July 25, 1975. They reminded him of death, he said. There was a second reason, the former common-law husband of slain 24-year-old Linda Benson ...


Tancredo catching Hickenlooper in poll

By Charles Ashby

A new poll shows third-party gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo catching up with Democrat John Hickenlooper. At the same time, it shows Republican Dan Maes losing more ground. The latest Rasmussen telephone poll conducted Thursday shows ...


Anti-Obama billboard taken down

By Charles Ashby

The owner of a Grand Junction company located beneath a controversial billboard of President Barack Obama is glad the sign is now gone. Doris Downey, owner of J&S Fence Co., 2886 Interstate 70 Business Loop, said she neither supported nor ...


Second Valley Investments defendant to plead guilty

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A second defendant in the criminal case stemming from the collapse of Valley Investments has agreed to plead guilty to unspecified charges. The attorney for Shawnee Carver, who was the personal assistant to Valley Investments owner Philip ...


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Tigers defeat Indians

By William Woody

The Grand Junction Tigers defeated the Montrose Indians 49-7, Friday at Montrose High School.  ...


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One killed in SUV collision with electric cart

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UPDATE: Friday, 3 p.m. — Coroner identifies Robert W. Tracy as man killed in the traffic accident Robert W. Tracy has been identified as the victim in a fatal crash on North First Street last night, according to the Mesa County ...


Overpass well under way on 29 Road

By Amy Hamilton

It’s hard to ignore workers setting steel and concrete piers off Interstate 70 Business Loop. Cement barriers diverting traffic to the road’s north side have popped up and should stay that way until the spring as workers create the ...


Official’s hands full covering for Montrose DA

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Colorado First Assistant Attorney General Jean Woodford said she has been challenged during her initial days in Montrose, leading a special prosecution of District Attorney Myrl Serra, tending to a growing caseload and meeting ...


Museum budget ax falls on Cross Orchards farm

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The gates at Cross Orchards Living History Farm will be closed most of the time, and the Museum of the West downtown will be open five instead of six days a week as the Museum of Western Colorado deals with a 30 percent cut in county ...


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