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Man stabbed in fight, allegedly by his friend, early Friday morning

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man is accused of stabbing his friend, hitting a woman and swinging a knife at a third person during an alcohol-fueled brawl early Friday outside a Pear Park home. Alexander J. Vigil, 19, 586 Colanwood St., was held without ...


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Dem raises $100,000 in a month for House race

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State Rep. Sal Pace, D-Pueblo, said he raised more than $100,000 in a month for a challenge to freshman U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., in the 3rd Congressional District. Pace’s campaign in June collected contributions from 425 ...


Some radio stations pull anti-Tipton ad

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Several radio stations in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District rejected an attack ad from Democrats aimed at Republican U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton because the ad contained a false statement. Colorado Republican Party officials challenged ...


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Man gets 18 years for crimes tied to missing medical pot

By Dennis Webb

A New Castle man who severely beat a woman and threatened other people in an effort to recover stolen medical marijuana has been sentenced to 18 years in prison. Aaron Rabidue, 22, faced a possible 10- to 20-year sentence under a plea bargain ...


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Business-center director resigns after four years

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Business Incubator Center Executive Director Chris Reddin tendered her resignation Friday, saying she is ready to take her life in a new direction and may move into the private sector. Reddin’s last day with the organization will be ...


Man dies in rafting accident

By Paul Shockley

A Littleton man drowned Thursday after he and four others were thrown from their raft in Westwater Canyon in Utah. Jaymond W. Brasher, 47, was among a party of about one dozen people who were on four rafts, two of which flipped around 12:45 ...


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Terrorism threat diminished, yet it remains, experts say

By Dennis Webb

ASPEN — Nearly a decade after the 9/11 attacks and two months after the death of Osama bin Laden, terrorism is less of a threat to the United States, but the country should not let its guard down, several national experts said ...


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Shell chief promotes proper regs, practices for public protection

By Dennis Webb

ASPEN — Proper industry practices and regulations are key to safeguarding onshore oil and gas development in the United States, the president of Shell Oil Co. said Thursday. Marvin Odum’s comments at the Aspen Institute’s ...


Schools seek input on property tax hike

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School District 51 plans to test the waters this summer to see whether a mill levy override to benefit local schools is something Mesa County voters would support. Superintendent Steve Schultz sent an email to district employees Thursday ...


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Powderhorn auction approaches

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Powderhorn Ski Resort may have a new owner, or owners, in fewer than five weeks. The rumor mill is churning out speculation about who may show up to bid at the 1 p.m. auction Aug. 4 at the resort, which hasn’t shown positive net income ...


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