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District 51 may curb animals on campus

By Emily Shockley

A new policy for animals on School District 51 grounds went through first reading during Tuesday night’s school board meeting. The policy, which likely will be adopted during the board’s next meeting on Dec. 14, seeks to regulate ...


Felony arrest for hopping a bus ‘lame,’ judge says

By Paul Shockley

While calling the charge “lame,” a Mesa County judge Tuesday said a man may face a felony charge for allegedly boarding a bus without a ticket. Joseph S. Hatayama, 50, a transient, was arrested Monday by Grand Junction police on ...


Blotter, Nov. 17, 2010

By Staff

At-risk victims lose money A known person, who was acting in a position of trust, is suspected of stealing property from three at-risk victims, Grand Junction police said Tuesday. The report was received Friday, and the loss exceeded $1,000. ...


Horse owner denies deal to cut size of her herd

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The owner of a herd of Arabian horses in Paonia never agreed to reduce her herd at the request of a man who offered to help her with her animals, Dona Bellinger said. Bellinger, the owner of Bellinger Arabian Horse Farm, 39079 Stucker Mesa ...


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County administrator pick touts, defends record

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The man in line to become the next Mesa County administrator portrayed himself Monday as a budget-conscious manager and efficiency advocate who was the fall guy in the job he was fired from seven months ago. In a wide-ranging interview with ...


GarCo partly lifts order suspending pipeline work

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County commissioners have partly lifted a stop-work order on an Antero Resources pipeline project in response to state concerns about leaving the work site unstabilized for the winter. However, the order doesn’t apply to the ...


Defendant to plead guilty in connection to fraud scheme

By Staff

The son of the owner of failed Valley Investments is scheduled to plead guilty today to charges connected to the company’s collapse. Philip Rand Lochmiller, who worked for the company owned by his father, also Philip Rand Lochmiller, ...


Star Tek gets waiver from health care law

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Star Tek, which operates a call center in Grand Junction, is one of 111 companies that received waivers this month from the requirements of the new health care law. Star Tek, which is headquartered in Denver, joins such companies as ...


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A soldier’s final trip home

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Army Cpl. Aaron Cruttenden’s casket arrived at Montrose Regional Airport on Monday morning under falling blankets of snow. Two rows of veterans stood at attention in the cold, holding unwavering salutes as ...


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Tea partiers want Meis to resign

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The president of a local tea party organization has asked Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis to resign after a report that Meis raised his elected position in an unsuccessful effort to avoid receiving a boating ticket this past summer. In an ...


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