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Police link GJ, Bay Area slayings

By Paul Shockley

Three men wanted in a murder and other crimes July 16 in Grand Junction are suspects in the slaying of two people in the San Francisco Bay Area on July 13 and July 19, California authorities said Monday. The East Palo Alto Police Department ...


125 firefighters work to suppress blaze near Kannah Creek Road

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Firefighters expect to snuff a blaze today that began Sunday east of Kannah Creek Road. The fire spread to 42 acres Monday morning and remained that size throughout the afternoon, according to Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire Management ...


Redistricting map upsets Denver’s former leader

By Charles Ashby

Former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb had some choice words for his Republican colleagues on the Colorado Reapportionment Commission on Monday. “Appalling.” “Insensitive. “Out of touch.” The Denver Democrat said a ...


Arson cause of Parachute fire

By Staff

Arson was the cause of a Parachute structure fire Saturday in which three tanker trucks also were burned and more than $300,000 in estimated damages was done. The Parachute Police Department said in a news release that the fire was reported ...


Producer wins Emmys for film on monument

By Melinda Mawdsley

Rocky Mountain PBS producer Greg Mikolai won two Emmys for his work on the documentary “The Colorado National Monument: Celebrating 100 Years of John Otto’s Dream.” He received the awards Saturday at the National Academy of ...


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De Beque town manager has left post

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The town of De Beque is considering its next step after the departure of Town Manager Bruce Smith. Smith became De Beque’s first town manager in 2006 and left the job abruptly earlier this month. Shirley Nichols, the town clerk, began ...


Panel OKs bus fare hikes of 50 percent

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Grand Valley Transit riders will have to dig deeper into their pockets when they board the bus beginning this fall. The Grand Valley Regional Transportation Committee voted 3–1 Monday to hike bus fares in a move operators say is needed ...


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Dawn of another Olathe Sweet harvest

By William Woody

OLATHE — In a field off Carnation Road, seven miles northwest of Olathe, a harvest crew began working at first light Saturday morning to fill the first truckload of super-sweet corn. The crop, grown on some 1,500 acres, is the largest ...


Growers only fashionably late with bumper crop of peaches

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They may be a little late, but at least they’ll be plentiful. Farmers at the downtown Palisade Sunday Market said certain peach varieties are one to three weeks behind because of chilly weather this spring. Early varieties are already ...


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Death of man found in car at park declared suicide

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A man found dead Sunday in a parking lot on the south side of Long Family Memorial Park committed suicide, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. A passerby called 911 about 9 a.m. to report a man appeared to be unconscious in ...


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