Western Colorado

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Speed bill aims to reduce road kill

By Charles Ashby

Animals can’t read, so motorists have to do it for them and slow down through areas they frequent, Rep. Kathleen Curry told lawmakers this week. Although Curry was only partially joking, the matter was brought up on the floor of the ...


Limit on payday loans receives an initial OK

By Charles Ashby

Payday lenders would see their interest rates dramatically capped under a measure that won preliminary approval Thursday in the Colorado House. While opponents of House Bill 1351 said it would put many of the state’s payday lenders out ...


Family reports 40-year-old Grand Junction man missing

By Staff

Family members of 40-year-old Sean Houck filed a missing-person report, and they are asking the public for help in locating him, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said in a news release Thursday night. The Sheriff’s Department ...


Census mailing deadline is today (April 16)

By Emily Shockley

U.S. residents have until the end of the day today to drop their U.S. Census forms in the mail, or they will get a home visit from a local census worker. The Western Slope Census workers hired to follow up with people that have not turned in ...


Salazar raises $305,000 in first quarter

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U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., raised $305,000 in the first quarter of 2010, bringing his campaign to $1.1 million in cash on hand for his bid for a fourth term. Salazar’s first-quarter collection marks his second-largest tally since ...


City begins listening tour with survey

By Emily Shockley

The city of Grand Junction will kick off the first phase of a listening tour this weekend by having Mesa State College business students ask residents about public safety. Fifteen to 20 students wearing Mesa State business department T-shirts ...


Construction to affect eastbound Interstate 70

By Melinda Mawdsley

Motorists heading east on Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon need to prepare for construction changes. Eastbound traffic is being shifted to the inside lane at mile marker 125 so that Colorado Department of Transportation and Flatiron ...


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Used-car salesman guilty of 21 felonies

By Paul Shockley

A jury Thursday returned guilty verdicts on 21 of 23 felony counts against a used-car salesman accused of defrauding customers by selling salvaged vehicles with fraudulent, clean titles. Camden Fortney, 65, of Grand Junction, was ordered ...


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Summer festival season kicks off

By Emily Shockley

Naomi Smith loves festival weekends in the Grand Valley. But not because she’s attending them. Instead, she’s likely to be spotted pouring wine and chatting with tourists at the winery she owns, Grande River Vineyards in ...


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Tea Party rally

By William Woody

Hundreds of Tea Party patrons filled Lincoln Park Thursday evening to hold a rally.  ...


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