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Case against 2 troopers to proceed, judge rules

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County judge ruled that probable cause exists to support criminal charges lodged by a grand jury against a pair of Colorado State Patrol troopers in the shooting death of a Redlands man. In a ruling released Thursday, District Judge ...


2 teenagers arrested in liquor store burglaries

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A pair of Montrose teenagers was arrested early Thursday morning on suspicion they committed recent burglaries and vandalism on local liquor stores. Bryan Ashley, 19, was arrested on suspicion of first-degree burglary, theft ...


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Decorated veteran of Iraq war hurt in hit-and-run, will miss wedding day

By Amy Hamilton

This isn’t how it was supposed to be two weeks before their wedding. But after a vehicle slammed into her fiance early Sunday morning, Krisi Street may well spend her wedding day, July 2, in a hospital room beside her future husband, ...


Garden Gulch spill settlements to total $316,350

By Dennis Webb

Two companies agreed to pay $316,350 to settle enforcement actions associated with major spills of fluids from pits north of Parachute during the winter of 2007–08. Berry Petroleum consented to pay a $100,000 fine and $73,000 toward a ...


Library’s Palisade plans hit a snag

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The Mesa County Public Library District scuttled plans to relocate the Palisade branch library into a former coffee shop downtown after concluding the price tag to improve the building is too high. The library Board of Trustees voted last ...


Tipton, Colorado senators back troop withdrawal

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It’s time to begin looking at reducing the United States’ military commitment in Afghanistan, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said, opening the door to agreement with President Obama. Tipton also is in agreement with ...


Medical pot question not certified for Palisade ballot

By Charles Ashby

Petitions to get a question on the Palisade ballot this fall to ban the town’s only medical marijuana dispensary have not been certified, town officials said Wednesday. Petitions containing 187 signatures to put a question on the ballot ...


Tipton takes on Geithner over ending tax breaks

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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner sparred Wednesday on the Obama administration’s desire to revert to the Clinton-era tax code for high earners. Eliminating the Bush tax cuts and going back to the ...


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Mesa State College, Community Hospital tout land deal

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Mesa State College plans to expand north and Community Hospital plans to move west, pending a real estate deal between the two neighbors. The college and the hospital have flirted for years with the idea of Mesa State purchasing the ...


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Father suspect in infant son’s death, DA says

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man is the prime suspect in an investigation of a child’s death and is “highly likely” to be charged with first-degree murder in the case, District Attorney Pete Hautzinger told a judge Wednesday. Dartanin ...


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