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Cop who killed self was subject of sexual assault investigation

By Dennis Webb

A Carbondale police officer was under investigation in a sexual assault in Arapahoe County, possibly involving a minor, when he committed suicide last month. Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario said he was told of the Arapahoe County ...


Congressional delegation views Ryan budget plan

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A plan by House Republicans to rip $6.2 trillion from President Obama’s proposed spending over the next decade won support from a Colorado congressman and a tepid reaction from the state’s senators, both of whom have endorsed a $4 ...


Cops: Bus hit in Utah going slow

By Paul Shockley

A tour bus involved in a traffic accident Monday night in Utah had been moving slowly in the right-hand, westbound lane of Interstate 70 when it was hit from behind by a tractor-trailer, according to Utah Highway Patrol Cpl. Todd ...


Delta forum will discuss power lines at airport

By William Woody

DELTA — Delta County will host a public forum next week to allow residents to voice their concerns about the construction of high-powered transmission lines near the Blake Field Airport. The forum is scheduled for April 14 at 3 p.m. in ...


Smuggler’s Brew Pub closes, cites mall lease

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The owners of Smuggler’s Brew Pub unexpectedly closed the restaurant at 2412 U.S. Highway 6&50 Tuesday morning, citing the price of rent as the reason. “Basically we couldn’t get the rent lowered from Mesa Mall,” ...


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At least dozen hurt in Utah bus crash

By Staff

More than a dozen people were critically injured late Monday night when a semitrailer collided with a bus carrying a musical group at mile marker 211 on Interstate 70 in Utah, about 20 miles west of the Colorado-Utah line. The bus probably ...


Lawsuit in federal court challenges Colorado’s renewable energy standard

By Charles Ashby

Two Washington, D.C.-based groups and a Morrison resident filed a lawsuit Monday in federal court in Colorado challenging the state’s renewable energy standard. The suit, filed by the right-leaning American Tradition Partnership and ...


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Grand Junction breaks ground for new police, fire facilities

By Amy Hamilton

Before long, Grand Junction’s cramped police and fire headquarters will be a distant memory. Local officials took a symbolic step forward Monday, plunging gold-painted shovels into the dirt on the site of the future police station and ...


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Rent-shy couple accused of robbery

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Two people armed with a BB gun and a folding knife were arrested after they dragged two employees of a Clifton fast-food restaurant into a back room and robbed the business in an apparent effort to secure rent money, according to an arrest ...


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Airport project closing ATV staging area

By Amy Hamilton

Attention ATV and motorcycle riders: Don’t be surprised to find a fence blocking off the popular staging area along 29 Road north of Interstate 70. A fence being built by Grand Junction Regional Airport will block nearly 23 acres of the ...


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