Western Colorado

Page 1559 of 1902


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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 ...


Grand Junction cops investigate 2nd burglary in two weeks at medical pot shop

By Paul Shockley

The Grand Junction Police Department is investigating a second burglary in two weeks at a downtown medical marijuana dispensary. Police Sgt. Lonnie Krouse said officers were called just before 4 a.m. Monday on an audible burglar alarm at ...


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Palisade officer harassed her, woman alleges

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A Palisade police officer has been arrested on allegations he harassed his ex-girlfriend with text messages and by calling her and knocking on her apartment door in the middle of the night. Mesa County sheriff’s investigators arrested ...


Appointments for vaccine fill quickly

By Staff

At 9 a.m. Tuesday operators at the Mesa County Health Department began taking appointment calls for people wanting to be vaccinated against the H1N1 virus. About 35 minutes later, all the appointments were filled. Another shipment of vaccine ...


Secular group’s billboard defaced

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A billboard expressing a national foundation’s dissatisfaction with Grand Junction City Council members and Mesa County commissioners praying at the beginning of their meetings has been defaced. The billboard, which has been up on North ...


Planning board upholds permit for bed and breakfast

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The Grand Junction Planning Commission on Tuesday night upheld an approval of a bed and breakfast in the Seventh Street Historic Residential District, but there’s no indication that what’s proven to be a bitter land-use fight will ...


Longer drilling permits a possibility

By Dennis Webb

State oil and gas regulators will formally consider an industry request that oil and gas drilling permits be made valid for two years instead of one. However, Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission staff have recommended against ...


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BLM offers parcels near canyons

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management is offering hundreds of acres next to McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area for oil and gas development, and is considering whether to lease thousands of acres in the same vicinity. The agency’s ...


Money pours in to GOP campaigns

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Josh Penry made the most of his Grand Junction hometown connections and Scott McInnis did the same with contacts he made around western Colorado, according to filings with the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office. Penry and McInnis, ...


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