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Lochmiller Jr. gets 8 years in prison

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The two lower-level Valley Investments employees who were implicated in the collapse of the scam that cost hundreds of investors millions of dollars were sentenced Friday to about half of the possible sentences they faced under deals reached ...


Casper Ghosts float into region as new Grand Junction Rockies

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Goodbye, Casper Ghosts. Hello, Grand Junction Rockies. The only thing standing in the way of a minor league baseball team settling in Grand Junction is Monday’s City Council vote. The owners of the Casper Ghosts, the Monfort Investment ...


Expect traffic delays for Highway 13 work

By Staff

Motorists should anticipate traffic delays of up to 15 minutes as work begins Monday on reconstruction of two miles of state Highway 13 near Meeker. Heavy truck traffic, much of it related to oil and gas development, caused the Colorado ...


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Car held 79 pounds of pot in traffic stop, affidavit says

By Paul Shockley

A Denver woman faces a host of possible charges after authorities found 79 pounds of marijuana hidden in a rental car on Interstate 70, according to an arrest affidavit. Thi Phan, 28, was the driver of a Chevy Impala headed east on I-70 ...


Self-defense claim probed in man’s death

By William Woody

The Larimer County District Attorney’s Office is asking for more time to investigate a claim of self-defense by a woman suspected of assaulting a Montrose man who died a week later. Azura Lakin, 21, of Fort Collins, was arrested Oct. 2 ...


Council to discuss airport tenants’ concerns

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction City Council members have scheduled a 5 p.m. workshop Monday at Grand Junction City Hall as a way to hash out concerns among general aviation tenants, the airport’s volunteer board and Grand Junction Regional Airport ...


Medicare enrollment starts early this year

By Staff

For 630,000 Coloradans enrolled in Medicare, it’s time to make decisions. The period for open enrollment has been moved up this year. Instead of the usual deadline of Dec. 31, the enrollment period begins Oct. 15 and will close Dec. 7. ...


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Ex-park official lauded for stand against bike race

By Staff

Former Colorado National Monument Superintendent Joan Anzelmo received a conservation-based award for denying a professional bicycling stage race to occur in the park. The Stephen T. Mather Award is endowed by Booz Allen Hamilton and was ...


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Man’s best friend helping those who suffer from trauma

By Amy Hamilton

It’s still a couple months away, but Sydney Medina of Grand Junction can’t wait until she’s united with a service dog, provided by the Englewood-based, nonprofit Freedom Service Dogs. Medina, a U.S. Navy veteran who has been ...


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Lawyers: Booze, insult fueled Fruita slaying

By Paul Shockley

Fueled by hours of drinking rum and Coke and a crude remark about his girlfriend, Fruita resident Wayne Gert chose to end a spat with his roommate by pulling out a .357 revolver and shooting him in the face, prosecutors told ...


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