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Friends, family gather in memory of Paige Birgfeld

By Paul Shockley

In life and death, Paige Birgfeld instructed others, friends and family said during a memorial service Saturday. For Connie Flukey, it was a wall decoration discovered tucked away in storage at Birgfeld’s former north Grand Junction ...


Blotter, April 28, 2012

By Staff

Tattoo earns citation Steven Campbell, 23, was issued a summons April 16 after he allegedly provided a tattoo to a minor without parental consent at a residence in the 2900 block of Pinyon Avenue, according to the Grand Junction Police ...


DMV to cut back on service at two locations

By Staff

Bustling Mesa County Department of Motor Vehicles offices may be even busier as the county is cutting one day a month at two of its locations. To minimize the impact, the county is eliminating one of the slower days at the Clifton and Grand ...


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Abby & Jennifer Recovery Foundation for years has been out of compliance

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Ten years ago this month, hundreds of people gathered in Grand Junction to look for a mother and daughter the vast majority of them had never met. For 11 days, with the assistance of a Texas-based nonprofit organization, they scoured canyons, ...


Authorities ID dead man found in river

By Staff

A Westminster man whose body was pulled Thursday from the Colorado River between Silt and Rifle was suspected of stealing a vehicle in New Castle and was wanted on suspicion of violating parole, the New Castle Police Department said ...


Bill becomes study of lesser charges for drug-related crimes

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A controversial bill to charge drug users with lesser crimes was turned into a requirement that the Colorado Commission on Criminal & Juvenile Justice study the idea instead. The commission, however, has been studying ...


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Clifton father suspected of abusing his son

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton father is suspected of inflicting rib and leg fractures on his now 7-month-old son, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Eric J. White, 26, was ordered held at the Mesa County Jail on $100,000 bond Friday, ...


BLM plan takes heat from all directions in oil shale debate

By Matthew Berger

As the public-comment period for the Bureau of Land Management’s oil shale and tar sands development plans enters its final week, critics of the agency’s preferred plan are criticizing it from both sides. Last week, Mesa County ...


For the Record, April 28, 2012

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Paul and Adria Holden, Clifton, a daughter, March 26. Jerrie Hershberger, Grand Junction, a son, April 4. Brad Robertson and Tyleena Hammond, Grand Junction, a daughter, April 4. Ronnie and Mary Nun, Grand ...


Central is third valley school in Legacy ranks

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Central High School will be added to the list of Colorado high schools to benefit from Colorado Legacy Schools funding this fall. Fruita Monument High School and Grand Junction High School were among seven Colorado high schools picked to ...


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