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Team will use Moab festival to shoot for pumpkin-shot record

By Melinda Mawdsley

When Chris Ransier decided to become a certified land surveyor, the Grand Junction man never thought his job would involve world records. On Friday and Saturday, however, Ransier will measure attempts to break the world record for the ...


Winter passes through, causing problems

By Staff

An winterlike storm continued to threaten the area this morning after plowing into town with snow and frigid temperatures that caused power outages and snarled traffic. Snowfall of 0.8 inch Tuesday night broke the Grand Junction record for ...


Majority of members of city council say they would accept less

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Confronted with a budget that has been deflated by the city’s biggest revenue drop in 25 years, all regular full-time and part-time Grand Junction city employees will take a 3 percent pay cut next year. The salary reduction, which will ...


State grand jury indicts local fraud suspect

By Paul Shockley

A man arrested earlier this year in Mesa County is accused of being part of a national check fraud ring that defrauded businesses in at least 10 western Colorado cities, including Grand Junction, according to a state grand jury ...


Grand Junction bank robbery suspect arrested after Vegas heist

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A Grand Junction man is facing federal charges in connection with a bank robbery on the Redlands last summer. Douglas James, 25, remains in federal custody in Las Vegas, Nev., where he was arrested on suspicion of robbing a bank there Aug. ...


Briefs, Oct. 29, 2009

By Staff

U.S. 6 access plan meeting today A meeting will be from 4 to 7 p.m. today about an access plan for U.S. Highway 6 west of Grand Junction and Colorado Highway 139. The meeting will be at La Quinta Inn & Suites, 570 Raptor Road in ...


Higher education hit again in new budget

By Emily Shockley

A new round of state budget adjustments will punch higher education the hardest, but it won’t leave a bruise this year. The $286.2 million plan Gov. Bill Ritter, a Democrat, presented to the Joint Budget Committee on Wednesday draws 54 ...


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Boy, 17, faces adult charges in burglaries

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One of three juveniles arrested last week when authorities busted a burglary ring will be prosecuted as an adult. Mesa County District Judge Tom Deister on Tuesday granted prosecutors’ motion to transfer 17-year-old Wyatt Creamer, 223 ...


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Bomb threat suspect’s attorneys again ask for reduction in bond

By Amy Hamilton

Defense attorneys for a man accused in a plot to blow up Palisade High School will argue in court Thursday that the bond set in their client’s case is abnormally high. Attorneys Andrew Nolan and Michele Devlin wrote in a motion filed ...


Death of Helmick’s first husband ruled off-limits for her murder trial

By Paul Shockley

The jury in the murder trial next month of former Whitewater resident Miriam Helmick will not hear testimony about the death of her first husband in Florida. In a series of rulings on Monday, District Judge Valerie Robison suggested Mesa ...


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