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Bennet: Use paybacks of bailout money for reduction of U.S. debt

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Money being returned to the federal government from bailed-out banks and car companies should be used to pay down the federal debt, Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., said. Bennet, Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., and four others are carrying the Pay It ...


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GJ officer broadsided in pursuit

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A Grand Junction police car was struck broadside by another vehicle Wednesday afternoon as the officer tried to stop a van that ran a red light in downtown, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The accident happened around 1:30 p.m. at the ...


Study of GJ theater’s business model due out in March

By Emily Shockley

The results of a study attempting to determine how the Avalon Theatre could operate as a profitable business will be released in mid-March. The Downtown Development Authority and the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra split a bill of $75,000 ...


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Pair accused of sex assault on teenager

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A Grand Junction husband and wife have been arrested on charges they sexually assaulted a teenage boy on multiple occasions, some of which reportedly occurred while the couple was high on methamphetamine. Grand Junction police say the couple ...


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Telluride uses stairs to open chute access

By Dave Buchanan

The newest addition at Telluride Ski Resort has a French accent. The ski area Wednesday finished installing 126 feet of stairs and bridge designed to give skiers and riders unprecedented access across the gulf between Gold Hill Chutes 8 and ...


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Deal struck in Clifton shooting

By Paul Shockley

A plea agreement has been reached in the case of a Clifton man accused of shooting four people last summer, killing one. Michael Simpson, 24, is scheduled for a plea hearing Monday before District Judge Richard Gurley, and Chief Deputy ...


Probation for woman in prostitution probe

By Staff

A woman whose cooperation helped authorities target an alleged Grand Junction prostitution business was allowed to plead guilty Wednesday to a crime that authorities say she didn’t commit. Suk Young Yu, 55, now a resident of Houston, ...


Antitrust bill won’t change much in Colorado

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A measure that would lift the federal antitrust exemption for the health care industry won’t affect the working of the health care system in Grand Junction, U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., said Wednesday. Salazar was one of 409 votes ...


Mandatory health insurance seen as key

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An individual mandate to purchase health insurance should be front and center when President Obama opens the health care summit today, western Colorado observers said. “If I were President Obama, I’d ask who (in Congress) would ...


Rocky start for local foreclosures in 2010

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County had the highest percentage increase of completed and initiated foreclosures among the 12 most populous counties in Colorado this January compared to last January, according to a report released Wednesday by the Colorado Division of ...


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