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City planning code changes would speed process

By Emily Shockley

The Grand Junction Public Works and Planning Department hopes to make the city zoning and development process easier to navigate with a list of code revisions. The changes include lightening some landscape requirements, allowing more uses to ...


BLM considers geothermal leases near Gunnison

By Dennis Webb

Two areas totaling about 9,000 acres have been proposed for leasing for geothermal energy development in southeastern Gunnison County. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is gathering public comment as it begins an environmental analysis of ...


Briefs, March 2, 2010

By Staff

Home buying, mortgage seminar tonight Major Mortgage will present a free seminar, “The Truth in Lending,”  at 7 tonight at 2474 Patterson Road The seminar offers information about purchasing a home or refinancing mortgages ...


030110 Return from Chile

Chile quake causes ripples of anxiety in Grand Valley

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Cheryl Ferguson was rising from bed Saturday morning when her son, Brent, phoned from Pennsylvania with the startling news about the earthquake in Chile. The Grand Junction woman’s son and daughter-in-law, Tadd and Gisela Ferguson, had ...


Ingram Brent file mug

Slain man’s widow questions use of force

By Paul Shockley

Nancy Ingram has two fatherless children, a dead husband she says she can’t afford to bury and more questions than answers about why he’s gone. Then, she says, there are the nightly visions. “All I can see is those two cops ...


2 suspected of hauling meth on I-70

By Paul Shockley

A pair of California men face a series of felony charges after authorities say they discovered 1 pound of methamphetamine hidden in the trunk of their car. Luis Lopez-Rodriguez, 35, of Fontana, Calif., and Victor Eduardo Tenorio, 48, of Texas ...


Municipal offenses in Fruita could carry stiffer penalties

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Citizens who commit a municipal offense in Fruita could soon face heftier fines and longer probationary sentences under changes the City Council is considering. Violators now face a maximum fine of $200 for noncriminal offenses, $500 for ...


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New charge lodged against murder suspect

By Paul Shockley

An Orchard Mesa woman charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing of a man in January has been freshly accused of tampering with a witness in the investigation. In a filing Feb. 19, prosecutors moved to add a new count of felony ...


Hilltop receives $30,000 from Daniels Fund

By Staff

Several Western Slope nonprofit organizations received grants from the Daniels Fund, which announced the awards last week after the first-quarter meeting of its board of directors. The grants are: $30,000 to Hilltop Health Services Corp., ...


Autopsy today on man shot by police

By Paul Shockley

An autopsy is expected to completed today on a man who was shot and killed Sunday by Grand Junction police after officers were called to a North Avenue motel on a report of a domestic disturbance. A white sheet covered the body of the man, ...


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