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Murder charges filed against brothers in death at Clifton mobile home park

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday formally filed first-degree murder charges against a pair of Clifton brothers suspected in the death of a Fruita man earlier this month. Julio Sesar Ortiz, 29, and Jose Juan Ortiz, ...


Rock Jam says Motley Crue, KISS part of lineup

By Melinda Mawdsley

Two of the most popular and influential hard-rock bands in history will make a tour stop this summer in Western Colorado. KISS and Motley Crue are scheduled to play Aug. 24 on the Rock Jam Stage in Mack, event spokeswoman Julie Shafer said in ...


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Program prepares first engineers

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Nine students will earn diplomas in May as part of the first graduating class of the Colorado Mesa University and University of Colorado mechanical engineering partnership program. Students in the program attend Colorado Mesa University for ...


Funeral for Taylor set for Monday

By Staff

A memorial service for Gene Taylor, who founded the sporting goods store bearing his name and was active in many philanthropic projects, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at First United Methodist Church in Grand Junction. Taylor died March 16 at ...


Debate begins over new fracking study

By Dennis Webb

A Colorado study suggesting air pollution from hydraulic fracturing and other oil and gas operations endangers nearby residents drew fire from a national pro-fracking organization that says its methodology is faulty. But while Energy In Depth ...


Bill to ban false election notices is killed

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A bill that would have banned the dissemination of false information about elections died in a House committee Tuesday. The measure, which cleared the Democratic-controlled Senate last month on a near party-line vote, would ...


Report criticizes oil, gas oversight by state board

By Matthew Berger

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has not able to keep up with a growing workload, causing the number of inspections of oil and gas well sites in Colorado to decrease even as the number of wells increases, claims a report issued ...


Former legislator Teck is finalist for GarCo manager job

By Dennis Webb

Former state senator and Mesa County assessor Ron Teck has been named a finalist to become Garfield County manager. Garfield commissioners narrowed their choices to five candidates Monday, and the five were announced Tuesday morning. Teck ...


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Bringing museums to life

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Museums have always embodied a recognition of the past. The Museum of Western Colorado is striving to make them a place where visitors can mark the present and ensure its facilities remain desirable and viable well into the future. Out from ...


Winter leaves Grand Valley high and dry

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Spring made its earliest arrival Tuesday since 1896 — so early, in fact, it was actually Monday night here in the Grand Valley — but local residents can be forgiven if they think the valley skipped the winter season ...


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