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Man wields hatchet over debt, affidavit says

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man repeatedly beat his roommate and threatened to kill him with a hatchet in what started as a dispute over $75, according to an arrest affidavit. William E. Spencer, 42, 501 Independent Ave., unit 1, is being held at the ...


Trooper wants his statements ruled invalid

By Paul Shockley

A Colorado State Patrol trooper is asking a judge to suppress statements he made to other law-enforcement officers during the investigation of the slaying of Redlands resident Jason Kemp, claiming the trooper’s rights were ...


Montrose free meals program up 62%

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose County School District was recognized by the Colorado Department of Education this summer for its work in 2010 in helping students and families get better access to free meals during the summer months. According ...


Task force arrests 12 in drug dragnet

By Charles Ashby

The Western Colorado Drug Task Force arrested a dozen Grand Junction and Clifton residents Friday in an apparent drug sting that took some time to investigate and several law enforcement agencies to carry out. Local law enforcement officials ...


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Wine Country Inn to appear on game show

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A contestant will be offered the chance to “come on down” to Wine Country Inn on Tuesday’s episode of “The Price is Right.” CBS asked Wine Country Inn General Manager Jerome Strack in April if he would be willing ...


Fewer kids are living in foster care

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Dozens fewer children are currently in foster care in Mesa County than in the last couple of years, a change social workers say is the product of a broad effort to give kids the stability that comes with keeping them with their parents or ...


Wait pays off with ‘Wheel’ win

By Charles Ashby

The wife of a former Grand Junction resident was the big winner Friday night on “Wheel of Fortune.” Natalie Kaliszewski and her brother, Adam Clark, won $43,800 on the popular television game show after correctly guessing the ...


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Recycler now taking more plastic

By Amy Hamilton

Know those yogurt, cottage cheese and margarine containers you feel guilty about tossing into the garbage? Keep them out of the landfill by recycling them at CRI, Curbside Recycling Indefinitely. The recycling service that is subsidized in ...


Eleven abandoned dogs in need of care

By William Woody

DELTA COUNTY — The Black Canyon Animal Sanctuary in Crawford has opened its doors to 11 dogs that were abandoned earlier this month, and now the sanctuary’s owners are raising funds to take care of them. Debbie and David Faulkner ...


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No plans to run for county board, Rep. Bradford says

By Charles Ashby

Laura Bradford is running. For re-election to the Colorado House, that is, and not for the Mesa County Commission. The Collbran Republican announced on Friday that after months of considering a bid for the commission’s District 3 she ...


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