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Police troubled by 2007 visit to Meis after complaint

By Paul Shockley

A June incident at Highline Lake State Park wasn’t the first time a law enforcement officer documented statements from Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis suggesting he knew powerful people. In an internal Grand Junction Police ...


Blue Band program marks 6 months

By Emily Shockley

The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce held a news conference Monday morning to mark the success of the first six months of its Blue Band/Buy Local program and remind shoppers of Blue Band Friday this week. Blue Band Friday, as this ...


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Family of wounded ranger thanks mother of wanted man for helping police

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The family of the Grand County, Utah, lawman shot in a gunfight thanked the law enforcement and medical teams that helped him, and thanked the mother of a man sought in connection with the shooting. The family of Utah parks ranger Brody Young ...


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Families burned out

By Paul Shockley

Authorities were scrambling late Monday to find shelter for the occupants of at least 12 units at a Fruitvale apartment complex damaged by fire. The third floor of building H at Racquet Club Apartments, 2915 Orchard Ave., was expected to ...


Legislative panel assignments made

By Charles Ashby

Mesa County’s newly elected state senator, Rep. Steve King, will serve on three major committees when the Colorado Legislature reconvenes next year. The Grand Junction Republican, who has served the past four years in the Colorado ...


Funding woes ax Ouray solar project

By Staff

A two-megawatt solar array set for construction near the intersection of U.S. Highway 550 and Ouray County Road 10 has been terminated by the builder, Sun Edison. The Ouray County Land Use Department said in a news release that a ...


Woman in Delta wreck dies

By Melinda Mawdsley

A San Luis Valley woman has died from her injuries in a two-vehicle collision in Delta, the Delta County Coronor’s Office said. Donna Shepard, who was in her 60s, was driving one of the vehicles in the head-on collision Friday in the ...


Suthers to look at state foreclosures

By Charles Ashby

Attorney General John Suthers is trying to make sure Colorado doesn’t see improper foreclosures because the necessary legal documents allowing them aren’t being scrutinized properly. Responding to national reports that some large ...


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Demand up for overflow homeless shelters

By Amy Hamilton

More volunteers are needed for an overflow winter shelter program for homeless people. In three years, the program has expanded from three to 17 churches, which serve as overflow shelters in two-week rotations. Three years ago, only one ...


Nobel winner in economics will study health care system

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The Grand Junction health care system has been studied from afar for years now. It’s about to get the equivalent of a house call. This examination, though, is aimed not so much at diagnosis as finding a medium for a vaccine that might ...


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