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Death of Montrose infant called suspicious

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose County Coroner’s Office determined the manner of death of a 4-month-old infant to be suspicious, and the Montrose Police Department is investigating the child’s death. According to Montrose Police ...


DA adds new charges in death of Clifton teen

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors have added two fresh charges against a Clifton teenager accused in the shooting death of another teenager in September. In a juvenile petition lodged Tuesday, Kenneth Cates, 16, was formally charged with a new felony count of ...


Air firm discussion tonight in Montrose

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose County Commission is hosting a special meeting tonight to determine whether Extra Aircraft will have a future home in Montrose. The meeting is set for 7 p.m. at the Montrose County Fairgrounds’ Friendship ...


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Ex-prof can’t have his CU job back

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Fired University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill can’t get his job back and won’t get $1 million, either, a judge ruled Tuesday. Denver District Judge Larry Naves said in a 42-page decision that reinstating Churchill at the ...


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Foes say business, area a bad marriage

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Mesa County commissioners Tuesday approved a proposal to create a venue for weddings and other private events in a heavily farmed area of East Orchard Mesa, despite a chorus of objections from neighbors. The board voted 2-1 to grant a ...


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Empty eatery stirs: a buyer?

By Emily Shockley

The boarded-up husk of a bygone restaurant on the southeast corner of 30 Road and Interstate 70 Business Loop has a new look. The teal exterior has been repainted taupe and brown, and improvements have been made to two decks. The roof, once ...


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Jury selection starts in murder trial

By Paul Shockley

Ninety-four Mesa County residents showed up Tuesday at the Mesa County Justice Center as jury selection began in the trial of a man accused of killing a Grand Junction mother and daughter 35 years ago. Rose Anne Kelley, Mesa County’s ...


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Complaint against Buescher dismissed

By Charles Ashby

While a complaint against Secretary of State Bernie Buescher has been dismissed, a new one has risen against his opponent. Late last month, Republican attorney Robert McGuire filed a complaint against Buescher on behalf of Nickellette ...


Sen. Bennet in Grand Junction today

By Staff

Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., will discuss jobs and the economy in downtown Grand Junction today. Bennet, who is running against Republican Ken Buck in the November election, will meet and greet supporters at 11:15 a.m. at 448 Main ...


Feds begin rounding up wild horses

By Dennis Webb

Amid continuing legal wrangling, Bureau of Land Management contractors on Monday began efforts to round up and adopt out an estimated 138 wild horses near Meeker. The agency’s action follows the filing of a lawsuit to challenge it last ...


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