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Sanity again questioned, as new trial set in GJ stabbing

By Paul Shockley

Eight years and more than a dozen doctor reports after the fact, a Grand Junction man Thursday was ordered to stand trial a second time on charges that he stabbed another man 27 times during a home burglary. Through his public defender, Troy ...


AMILCAR GARCIA

Affidavit: Man taped girls using toilet

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man who was arrested Wednesday admitted he hid his cellphone in a bathroom to record a pair of girls as they used the toilet, according to an arrest affidavit. Amilcar Garcia, 51, 3256 Cardenas Drive, Unit B, was arrested by Mesa ...


Supercommittee smart and capable, Udall says

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U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., sought to be on the debt-reduction supercommittee established in the budget deal reached this summer. Udall wasn’t appointed to the 12-member panel, but he praised the members of Congress who were, as did ...


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Ice Age mammals to follow popular T.rex into museum

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The tyrannosaurus that came to Fruita this summer attracted plenty of interest. As a result, the Museum of Western Colorado decided it will bring in another attraction to lure more visitors to Dinosaur Journey in Fruita next ...


Foreclosure sales, filings decrease in Mesa County

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Foreclosure filings and sales are declining in Mesa County, according to data released Thursday by the Colorado Division of Housing. Nearly 7 percent fewer foreclosure filings, which mark the beginning of the foreclosure process, were issued ...


Court hearings set for suspected bank robbers

By William Woody

MONTROSE —  Suspected bank robber Troy Ashley waived formal advisement and his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday morning. His next court appearance will be in district court Aug. 29. Codefendant Brandon Smith also appeared ...


Mesa County seeks comment on protecting Mount Garfield view

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Mesa County officials want to hear from the public on how best to protect the view of Mount Garfield, one of the most notable landmarks in the Grand Valley. The county is asking citizens to participate in a survey as it considers adopting ...


GJ designer hits bump, still advances

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One judge referred to it as a “tacky matador outfit.” Another acknowledged “the only positive thing I can say about this is that it’s well-made.” Even Julie Tierney acknowledged it didn’t turn out as she ...


Dinosaurs rise again

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JENSEN, Utah—The real Jurassic Park lies beneath a thin layer of dust, locked away from most human eyes for the past five years. In October the bones of hundreds of creatures, predators and prey all pressed together in death throes some ...


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Cosgrove Fire nearly 400 acres, still growing

By Melinda Mawdsley

A wildfire burning in a remote region north of Grand Junction continues to grow. The Cosgrove Fire is now nearly 400 acres, according to Norm Rooker, spokesman with Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire Management. Originally reported ...


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