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Man sentenced for email harassing of Bebb-Jones’ son

By Dennis Webb

A man who sent taunting emails to the son of accused killer and former Grand Junction hotel owner Marcus Bebb-Jones has received an 18-week jail sentence, an English newspaper reporter says. Peter Gordon, 28, of East Lothian, Scotland, ...


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Dogs clown for Cheetos, charity

By Rachel Sauer

If the cause is good, and if it’s fun, sometimes a dog’s just got to suck it up and wear the clown costume. Especially if there’s a Cheetos incentive. So, Saturday morning, Why Not and Just Because, smooth-coat fox terriers ...


Bicyclist,15, hurt in accident

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Grand Junction police said Saturday that alcohol was a factor in a vehicle-bicycle accident Friday night that left a 15-year-old Grand Junction boy with serious injuries. The crash happened at 9:25 p.m. at the intersection of U.S. Highway 50 ...


Man, 23, stabbed in abdomen at complex

By Staff

A 32-year-old man was stabbed in the abdomen Friday night at the Racquet Club Apartments, 2915 Orchard Ave., according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. The incident happened   about 11 p.m., when deputies responded to a ...


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Grad brings own experience to cardiac rehab

By Dennis Webb

When 2012 Colorado Mesa University graduate Paul Rice observed an open heart surgery at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction while working on his exercise science degree, he found the situation to be a bit surreal. “Some of the ...


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Women suspected of transporting meth

By Paul Shockley

Two California women were arrested after an Interstate 70 traffic stop Thursday night yielded 2.6 pounds of methamphetamine hidden inside a pillow in the backseat of a car, according to arrest affidavits. Elizabeth Valdez, 23, of Perris, ...


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Commission candidates split on worker pay raises

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Mesa County employees have had their salaries frozen too long, county commissioner candidate Ken Henry said Friday, as his primary opponent, John Justman, said he wanted to see how much the local economy has recovered before increasing county ...


McInnis, Roles are finalists for government coalition post

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Former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis and the executive director of a Grand Junction economic development organization are the two finalists for the Associated Governments of Northwest Colorado executive director post. AGNC announced in a news ...


Paradox fire winds down

By Amy Hamilton

A number of fire crews are being called off a previously fast-moving wildfire that started May 25 near Paradox, according to fire spokesman David Eaker. Firefighters should be able to contain the blaze by Sunday, he said. “Containment ...


Redlands is facing water rationing

By Matthew Berger

The thousands of Redlands residents who rely upon water supplied by the Redlands Water and Power Co. to irrigate their lawns, gardens and orchards will be forced to ration their usage this summer. In a move that’s expected to continue ...


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