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Part of Glenwood Canyon bicycle path reopened

By Staff

The Colorado Department of Transportation reopened the popular Glenwood Canyon bike path as far east as the Grizzly Creek Rest Area at Exit 121 of Interstate 70, the agency said. While the segment between the path’s west end at Glenwood ...


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Accountant: Owner in denial about firm’s red ink

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The owner of Valley Investments, who had crowed that he profitably developed affordable housing, was in denial about figures that showed the opposite, the company’s former chief financial officer testified Wednesday. Rick Langley said ...


Senators, Tipton frustrated with debt-limit impasse

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Colorado’s senators, both Democrats, and Rep. Scott. Tipton, a Republican, all proclaimed exasperation with the state of the nation’s finances Wednesday as another day passed without an agreement on whether to increase the ...


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Man taken to secluded area outside Montrose, threatened, affidavit alleges

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A Montrose man faces charges including felony kidnapping and impersonating a police officer after allegations that he threatened to kill a man last week. Andrew Williams Jr., 28, is free on $60,000 bond after the incident in ...


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Soggy weather idles Montrose timber mill

By William Woody

MONTROSE—The saws are silent at the Intermountain Resources lumber mill in Montrose this week, as scarce sources of logs have forced a delay in daily operations. The mill employs approximately 100 workers who are scheduled to resume ...


Arson not suspected in fire that destroyed barn near Rifle

By Staff

Rifle fire investigators have been unable to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed a small storage shed filled with hay. Rifle Deputy Fire Chief Chad Harris said arson isn’t suspected. Harris said it’s possible the hay was ...


Worker dies in San Miguel County after power-line trench collapses

By Staff

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY — A worker installing a section of underground power lines died when he fell into a trench and the walls caved in. Workers called 911 about 4 p.m. Monday and said Frank Panucci, 48, of Florence was trapped underground ...


Lochmiller abused cash of investors, stepson says

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The owner of Valley Investments in Grand Junction used millions of dollars in investor funds to pay for a condo in Mexico, new vehicles, back taxes, personal credit-card payments and even hush money, his stepson testified Tuesday. Philip Rand ...


Senator says initiative would buy time to reform education

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State Sen. Rollie Heath, during a stop Tuesday in Grand Junction, said education needs more help than his proposed ballot measure, Initiative 25, can offer. But the Boulder Democrat told a small audience at a rally to gather signatures for ...


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Flood to affect irrigators

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It could be up to a week before irrigation service is restored to customers served by the Government Highline Canal in northern Grand Junction following a pipe break and flooding in the canal Monday. It will take two or three days to install ...


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