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Affidavit: Theft suspect fought cops

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man faces possible felony charges after shoplifting a computer, carjacking another man and eventually assaulting a police officer, according to allegations in an arrest affidavit. Joseph I. Brown, 32, 123 S. 11th St., Unit 1, ...


McInnis Canyons marks anniversary with a party

By Amy Hamilton

For the past decade a citizens group of land stewards has adopted some of the prettiest public lands in the Grand Valley: the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area near Fruita. Group members are inviting the public to share in some of ...


With votes out, control of Legislature in doubt

By Charles Ashby

Though many in the Colorado Legislature are assuming Republicans have taken control of the House, and the Democrats lost one seat in the Senate, there’s nothing official saying that’s actually true. As vote counts stand now, GOP ...


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Get it while you can: Balmy weather won’t last

By Amy Hamilton

If you’re one to live for the moment, you may want to follow through on that mantra this weekend. Glorious, balmy weather that has washed over the Grand Valley in past weeks will stick around today, but temperatures will gradually cool ...


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Allard: Roan plan could have helped

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Had Colorado agreed to the early arrangements for natural gas drilling on the Roan Plateau, the state’s budget woes wouldn’t have been as onerous as they are, former U.S. Sen. Wayne Allard, R-Colo., said Friday. Allard, who ...


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Treasure unearthed among Goodwill’s hand-me-downs

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In a place filled with the cast-offs from estate auctions, moving sales and general house cleanings, a gem occasionally turns up among the olive-green clock radios, the cat-shaped candelabras and XXXL T-shirts from some obscure Midwestern ...


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Bicyclists seek monument for pro race venue in 2012

By Amy Hamilton

Some local bicyclists and city leaders still recall the frenetic fervor of the 1980s-era Coors International Bike Classic with its epic stage race across Colorado National Monument. At the time, a cadre of the world’s elite riders flew ...


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Affidavit: Woman felt ‘hostage’ to DA

By Paul Shockley

One of three women allegedly victimized by Seventh Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra told investigators the prosecutor exposed himself to her 25 to 35 times while demanding and receiving sexual favors in his office for more than two years, ...


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Commissioner fined in ‘personal little tea party’

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis paid a $78 fine after his conviction Thursday in a court trial stemming from a $50 boating ticket. A two-man, one-woman jury found Meis guilty of a petty offense, permitting a person under age 16 to operate ...


Legislators pick leaders; no West Slopers

By Charles Ashby

Republicans and Democrats in the Colorado House and Senate elected themselves new leaders Thursday, and not one of them represents the largest geographical area of the state, the Western Slope. For the Republicans, all of their new leaders ...


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