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El Jebel couple shot to death

By Staff

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Authorities say a husband and wife have been shot to death south of Glenwood Springs. Eagle County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Jessie Mosher said the shootings occurred Saturday morning. Authorities declined to say ...


School District 51 parents adjust to busing changes

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Three weeks into school and 16 bus routes down, School District 51 students and the parents who drive or walk them to school are gradually adapting to walking boundary changes. The district pushed the boundaries back this year by a mile to a ...

Rollover kills one in Clifton

By Staff

A driver was killed Saturday night when his truck rolled off of Interstate 70 near Clifton, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The driver, a man whose name and age had not been released as of Sunday afternoon, was the only person in the ...

Two arrested following Riverside shooting

By Staff

Marcos Gomez, 20, and Nicholas Guzman, 22, were arrested Saturday in the 1700 block of Rood Avenue in connection to a shooting incident earlier that evening at Riverside Park, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Grand Junction ...

Court upholds verdict in airplane crash

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County judge properly handled a lawsuit stemming from an airplane crash in Grand Junction that injured two men, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday. James Harris of Tennessee was a passenger in a small airplane that crashed ...

Drilling tests 
will determine
 dam’s integrity

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Federal crews will drill test holes into Blue Mesa Dam this month to determine the condition of the 46-year-old earthfill structure. “We like to check and make sure that everything is looking good,” Bureau of Reclamation ...


Cuddle up to the tax benefits of alpacas

By Duffy Hayes

Alpacas are cute. They’re soft. They’re quiet and gentle — for the most part. And raising them is also the easiest way to earn the federal tax advantages set aside for raisers of commercial livestock, something more and more ...

Meeker Elementary School back in business

By Dennis Webb

The Meeker School District’s 350 or so elementary students have a school of their own again. Meeker Elementary School reopened last week after being closed all of the last school year due to structural problems. “I can say that ...


Citizen-soldier takes Guard to next level

By Duffy Hayes

Lt. Col. Tom Fisher is a fairly typical citizen-soldier with the Army National Guard, but he’s spent the past year preparing himself for something bigger, it seems. He and his family recently returned to Mesa County after a year at the ...

Energy documentary to make GJ debut Tuesday

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A documentary about energy production and its future will be shown at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St. Doors open at 7:40 p.m. for “Switch,” this year’s “Best of Fest” award-winner at the ...

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