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Vacationers hitting the road again

By Amy Hamilton

Finally, the return of warmer air and longer nights. Flip flops and shorts are the uniform again and nothing tastes as refreshing as a frosty lemonade. While it’s not officially summer, the Memorial Day holiday weekend is a siren song ...


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DA drops charges against Firko

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County prosecutors on Friday dismissed charges against a ranking Colorado State Patrol corporal in the 2010 death of Jason Kemp, as District Attorney Pete Hautzinger cited dim prospects for a conviction after last month’s trial ...


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Trauma ruptured toddler’s intestines; boyfriend jailed

By Paul Shockley

Doctors determined a 19-month-old Grand Junction boy suffered blunt-force trauma to the abdomen last month — enough force to rupture intestines and cause fatal internal bleeding that wasn’t detected in a hospital X-ray hours before ...


Weekend events in Grand Junction to mark Memorial Day

By Staff

Memorial Day observances will take place across the Grand Valley on Sunday and Monday. The events begin with the Grand Valley Combined Honor Guard conducting a retreat ceremony at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western ...


High winds to keep rattling valley today

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The Grand Valley today is under a double-barreled threat of heightened fire danger and potential property damage, as the area could be whipped by the strongest wind gusts ever recorded in the city. All of western Colorado and much of eastern ...


Montrose County getting close to taking over Uravan town site

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Montrose County is moving ever closer to taking over the site of the mining town of Uravan, possibly setting the stage for a museum and clearing the way for a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the town. The Montrose County Commission ...


College may defend canceling of lease

By Dennis Webb

An attorney whose firm was hired to represent Colorado Mountain College said Friday he thinks the school can legally defend its recent decision not to recognize a lease to allow a natural gas compressor station at its campus outside Glenwood ...


BLM helps Glenwood expand landfill acreage

By Dennis Webb

A 62.5-acre land acquisition at a bargain price from the federal government will help the city of Glenwood Springs extend the life of its South Canyon Landfill, the Bureau of Land Management said Friday. The BLM said it conveyed the acreage ...


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Feds review fatal shooting by trooper

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said Friday he has sent records of Mesa County’s probe into the 2010 shooting death of Jason Kemp to the U.S. Department of Justice for a possible criminal civil rights ...


Grand Junction High School team finalists in national ‘green’ challenge

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A team of Grand Junction High School students is among 21 finalists nationwide for $50,000 in scholarships and prizes through the Siemens Foundation We Can Change the World Challenge. More than 1,600 high schools across the U.S. participated ...


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