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Knife at school gets student arrested

By Paul Shockley

A Central High School student who was arrested Wednesday with a hunting knife told authorities he frequently took the weapon with him to school and his classes, according to an arrest affidavit. Justin T. Hammock, 18, Clifton, said he had not ...


User fees divide OHV riders

By Staff

Some local off-highway-vehicle users are fuming over a proposal to cut funding for trail building and rehabilitation by $2.24 million. Proponents are asking Colorado State Parks to adopt a new formula for the distribution of OHV user fees, ...


Plea deal still mulled in vehicle-title probe

By Amy Hamilton

Former insurance adjuster Terry Robinson, 48, indicted for fraud and bribery by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, again had a plea agreement deadline extended in court by a judge. Robinson was expected to enter a plea Thursday in ...


Fracking-liquid rule discussed

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — The state has yet to receive any requests from medical professionals for information on chemicals used in oil and gas development since new inventory and reporting requirements went into effect, a regulatory official said ...


Briefs, Nov. 5, 2009

By Staff

Flu shots available Sunday at parish Seasonal flu vaccinations will be available for people ages 18 and older from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Sunday at St. Joseph Parish Hall, Third Street and White Avenue. Medicare, Rocky Mountain Health Plans and ...


Second jury clears former Rifle man of child-sex abuse allegations

By Dennis Webb

A former Rifle barbershop owner left Colorado on Wednesday to start a new life after being cleared of charges of sexual assault on children, his attorney said. A jury acquitted Michael William Wood late Friday night following a four-day ...


Tax lien sale brings late rush of buyers

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When employees with the Mesa County Treasurer’s Office arrived at Two Rivers Convention Center on Wednesday morning to sell the liens on properties whose owners failed to pay taxes on them, they expected to find a relatively sparse ...


Man threatens Fruita bank with bomb

By Melinda Mawdsley

Fruita authorities are looking for a man who robbed a bank Wednesday after threatening to detonate a bomb. Fruita Police Chief Mark Angelo said the suspect walked into a branch of US Bank, 412 Kokopelli Blvd., at 3:45 p.m. and verbally ...


Economic council’s first client gone, but legacy continues

By Emily Shockley

The Mesa County Economic Development Council, now the Grand Junction Economic Partnership, lost its first client in November 2004 when Hamilton Sundstrand announced it would close its Grand Junction facility and move overseas. Matt Collins ...


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Christ Center reopens in larger space

By Allen Gemaehlich

Leslie McAninch sees the talent in young adults. McAninch, director of the Christ Center, is hoping the center’s new building will open some avenues for those young adults to discover what they can do. “It says in Ezekiel 37, ...


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