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Ryan comes to Grand Junction to fuel GOP hopes

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Republican vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan pitched his running mate, Mitt Romney, to a standing-room-only crowd at Brownson Arena at Colorado Mesa University just before the third presidential debate on Monday. “This is one of the ...


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Man in heels creates stir at Ryan event

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A robust discussion in front of Brownson Arena on Monday culminated with a woman throwing a plastic water bottle at a man who was capturing the moment on camera. Ryan O’Hara, who said he had no ax to grind either way, said he saw a ...


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Administration members rally women to get out Obama vote

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Two high-ranking members of President Barack Obama’s administration rallied more than 50 supporters on Monday in downtown Grand Junction and took shots at the Republican ticket. Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of Health and Human ...


Delta County chicken farms gain approval

By Duffy Hayes

Sticking to their original position, Delta County commissioners reaffirmed Monday their approval of two controversial, 15,000-hen, cage-free, egg-laying operations — to the dismay of some county residents who have fought them tooth ...


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Wife gets 24 years for plotting to poison husband

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction woman who admitted plotting to kill her husband by poisoning his whiskey was sentenced Monday to serve 24 years in prison. Deone Marie Graham, 45, received the maximum term available to District Judge Brian Flynn under a plea ...


County planning, airport panels have openings

By Duffy Hayes

Two seats are available on two influential boards and commissions, and Mesa County is hoping citizens with compatible backgrounds and an inclination toward public service will apply. The first vacancy is on the Grand Junction Regional Airport ...


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Campaign keepsake to be sold for good cause

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Gregory Green, a retired Green Beret from Fruita, left Brownson Arena on Monday with an orange Denver Broncos jersey bearing the name “Romney,” the number 12 and Paul Ryan’s autograph. Green, who retired as a sergeant first ...


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Shuttle service will be offered for Ryan event on campus

By Paul Shockley

Those opting to park today at Lincoln Park can take advantage of free shuttles to and from events at Colorado Mesa University with GOP vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan, according to event organizers and a school representative. Grand ...


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DA: ‘Trophy’ killing capped 14-hour spree

By Paul Shockley

A group of men allegedly robbed two Grand Junction businesses at gunpoint and burglarized a home where they stole guns they later used in a gangland-style “trophy” killing outside North Avenue’s Taco Bell last year, a senior ...


Palisade High School hopes smartphone app will help people get message

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Between letters, emails, website postings and online notifications in District 51’s Parent Bridge system, some parents still weren’t getting the message. Palisade High School counselor Jonathan Burke said for years he has heard ...


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