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Delta man pleads guilty in child’s death

By William Woody

DELTA - Delta resident Lukus Koch pleaded guilty Monday to an amended charge of child abuse/neglect resulting in the death of 2-year-old Jesse Dorsch last November. He is scheduled for sentencing next month. Koch, 28, was arrested Jan. 13 on ...


Mill would have ample uranium nearby, report says

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An independent report shows the company that plans to build a uranium mill in Montrose County has enough nearby resources to supply the mill at anticipated levels. Energy Fuels Resources plans to operate the mill at first on 500 tons per day ...


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Complaints spur board to consider alternate ideas for airport security

By Amy Hamilton

Security gates slated to go up in September at the general aviation section of Grand Junction Regional Airport continue to raise hackles of some pilots and small-business owners there. Several business owners have taken their complaints to ...


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Weird plane or just plain weird? Craft is ‘a dream to fly,’ says Fruita grad

By Amy Hamilton

Friends and family were thrilled Tuesday when Fruita Monument High School alumnus Tres Clements touched down at Grand Junction Regional Airport in a distinctive airplane. Folks oohed and aahed upon seeing the Boomerang Burt Rutan Model 202 ...


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Two fugitives may have been killed in Mexico

By Paul Shockley

The Grand Junction Police Department on Tuesday said it enlisted the help of the FBI to determine if a pair of brothers wanted locally on suspicion of attempted murder were among 21 people killed last week Mexico. The men, Juan Manuel ...


Sales tax exemptions are ‘right thing for business’

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Mesa County commissioners will soon adopt of host of new exemptions to the county’s 2 percent sales tax, saying the benefits to businesses and consumers outweighs the lost revenue to the county. The board is preparing to amend the ...


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$47B in federal funding is at stake for Colorado

By Charles Ashby

Coloradans may not realize it, but they receive more than $47 billion in retirement, disability, health care and other federal payments each year. All of it would be in jeopardy if Congress fails to raise the nation’s debt limit, U.S. ...


072011 Fire station map

City moves fire station during renovation

By Staff

Starting today, anyone who wants to conduct business at the Grand Junction Fire Department’s Station 1 will have to travel a bit to find its temporary offices. Station 1, 330 S. Sixth St., temporarily will be located in the area of ...


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Cross-country cyclists, builders stop to help Silt Habitat project

By Dennis Webb

More than 30 cross-country bicyclists who stopped in Silt last week barely stayed long enough for their tires to cool off, but it was adequate time to get much of the exterior wall frame of a Habitat for Humanity duplex built. “It just ...


Witness: Lochmiller took unfavorable loan

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Valley Investments owner Philip Rand Lochmiller agreed to unfavorable terms for a $200,000 loan as the company was in its death throes, a witness called by the defense said Tuesday. Lochmiller even asked for a “courtesy closing” ...


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