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Maes wins by razor-thin margin

By Charles Ashby

It was too close to call most of the evening, but by the early morning hours today Dan Maes was on his way to a squeaker victory over Scott McInnis in the GOP primary for governor. Most of the evening Maes and McInnis were deadlocked with ...


CSAP scores up, still struggling to meet state average

By Emily Shockley

School District 51 high school students beat the state average for the second year in a row for percentage of students scoring proficient or better on Colorado Student Assessment Program reading, writing and science tests. Scores released ...


3 counts filed against man in fatal crash

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors on Tuesday leveled three felony charges, among other counts, against a Grand Junction man suspected of causing a fatal accident last week on F Road. Henry David Stoltman, 28, was formally charged with two counts of vehicular ...


For three new bike parks, vote early and often

By Amy Hamilton

A local nonprofit organization that creates hiking and biking trails has a good idea to create three bike parks in the Grand Valley. But to make it a reality, it needs residents to click a mouse or press a few buttons. COPMOBA, the Colorado ...


Man held in 2 armed robberies

By Paul Shockley

A 54-year-old man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion he robbed two local pharmacies at gunpoint in the span of nearly two months. Joel David Crawford, of Grand Junction, was arrested around 4 p.m. at his home, the Grand Junction Police ...


Board sets recall vote for Nov. 2

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The Palisade Town Board voted Tuesday night to set an election on Nov. 2 for town residents to decide whether to recall Mayor Dave Walker. Walker recused himself from the vote to avoid “confusion and hard feelings.” He stood at ...


Sex exploitation case against Whitewater man dropped

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A Whitewater man remained in Mesa County Jail on Monday facing several burglary-related charges, but no longer faces a charge of sexual exploitation of a child. The Mesa County District Attorney’s Office opted not to file formal charges ...


Hepatitis alert tied to two restaurants in Grand County

By Staff

Grand County Public Health has confirmed that a food worker employed at two Grand Lake restaurants, Sagebrush BBQ & Grill and Max & T’s Bar and Grill, has contracted hepatitis A. Both restaurants have had very good records of ...


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Mesa County OKs Gateway tax questions for Nov. 2 ballot

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The Mesa County Commission on Monday agreed to place a series of questions on the November ballot that propose to create new property and sales taxes in Gateway to pay for infrastructure and services as the area develops in the future. The ...


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Ex-colleague: Harassment a habit of Edmiston’s

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A former Mesa County employee who settled a lawsuit with the county after her firing in the late 1980s claims former landfill manager Bob Edmiston had a history of harassing employees extending back to his first year of employment with the ...


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