Western Colorado

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Duane “Dog” Chapman

Famous bounty hunter delivers suspect to jail

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A man who failed several times to appear in Mesa County District Court is lodged in Mesa County Jail on a $1 million bond after he was taken into custody by Duane Chapman, television’s “Dog the Bounty Hunter.” Chapman ...


Disappearance leads to murder charge

By Dennis Webb

Despite the lack of a body — thought to have been dumped in the Colorado River — a judge on Friday bound over a Denver man to district court for trial in the suspected murder of a business partner. Denver County Judge Andrew ...


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Hotchkiss hammered by wind, rain

By Amy Hamilton

Hotchkiss residents poured out of their homes in a daze Friday after a violent windstorm and deluge of rain the afternoon before sent trees crashing through homes, blew roofs off barns and spread debris everywhere. Incredibly, emergency ...


Mom, daughter get lost near monument for 2 days

By Charles Ashby

Ila and Deanna Bell will never do that again. The Grand Junction residents took what they thought was to be a leisurely drive Sunday to take advantage of last weekend’s free entry into Colorado National Monument. Armed with two bottles ...


Mesa County preps for lean 2011 budget

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Faced with a stubborn recession that continues to drain county revenue, Mesa County administrators have approached department heads about chopping spending in 2011. The county announced Friday it expects total county tax revenue to sink more ...


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082010 Storm Damage

By William Woody

A powerful storm swept through the Hotchkiss area Thursday evening.  ...


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Man gets probation in vandalism at gardens

By Paul Shockley

One of two men suspected of causing several thousand dollars of damage at Western Colorado Botanical Gardens will spend the next four years on probation. Benjamin Levanduski, 20, of New Jersey, also was sentenced Thursday by District Judge ...


Waste disposal to be reopened near De Beque

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The Black Mountain solid-waste disposal facility, maligned for an environmental spill that went unreported and unchecked for years under owners who repeatedly failed to comply with government mandates, has been granted new life under new ...


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Key to ending our recession is energy independence, Rep. Salazar says

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U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., described himself as a centrist Thursday and pitched a yearlong extension, “at least,” of the Bush tax cuts as a way to help stabilize the national economy. Salazar, the Manassa potato farmer who ...


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Lochmillers in court hearing

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Valley Investments employees, already aware that state regulators were asking questions about the business, were seen trashing records May 19, 2009, 10 days before the business officially collapsed, an investigator testified Thursday. Valley ...


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