Western Colorado

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Conspiracy charges may be dismissed against Montrose teen

By Amy Hamilton

A Montrose boy who was 14 last year when he was charged with conspiracy in slashing a girl’s throat may have his charges dismissed. District Attorney Myrl Serra of the 7th Judicial District filed a motion Thursday to dismiss charges ...


Hazardous materials case ends in probation

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The co-owner of a Montrose mining company was sentenced Thursday to five years of probation and 135 days in jail for illegally storing hazardous waste on the company’s property, the Colorado Attorney General’s Office ...


Plea struck in 2006 murder in Montrose

By Paul Shockley

A man who faced trial in December in the 2006 death and burning of another man in Montrose has instead struck a plea agreement with prosecutors there. Jeremy Hodges, 28, pleaded guilty during an unscheduled hearing Sept. 2 to an amended count ...


Jury weighs verdict in Internet luring trial

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County jury today will resume deliberations in the Internet luring trial of former Grand Junction High School Activities Director Johnnie Walker. Walker, 51, is charged with attempted Internet luring of a child and attempted child ...


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Teen leaders join special commission

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Logan Robison has an interest in teenagers who come from troubled homes, the ones who struggle in school and run afoul of the law. That’s because his mother, Mesa County District Judge Valerie Robison, has the potential to deal with ...


Monument to close road for ‘Walk Through Time’ Saturday

By Staff

Don’t take the car for a drive Saturday on Rim Rock Drive. Instead, take the tennis shoes and enjoy a walk or a jog. Or take your bike there and ride. From 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Colorado National Monument is closing 14 miles of ...


Next stop for historic train depot: foreclosure

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Paul Brown turns the key and yanks on the handle of the weathered wooden door. It sticks and protests briefly before giving way, and Brown steps inside the Grand Junction Depot — and back into the city at the turn of the 20th ...


1897 cabin moved to Battlement Mesa

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A cabin built near Parachute Creek in 1897 has a new home eight miles away in Battlement Mesa. The Thomas Glover Cabin, named for one of the first settlers in the Parachute Creek area, is thought to be the oldest structure left from that ...


Cedaredge man to run for seat in state Senate

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Wayne Wolf, the Republican who lost his bid for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District seat last year, is running for the state Senate in 2010. Wolf, a Cedaredge rancher and former Delta County commissioner, will take on Sen. Gail ...


Judge rejects probation plea agreement

By Amy Hamilton

The prosecutor and defense attorney in the case of a Fruita man who pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide in a drunken-driving crash will try to reach a new plea agreement after the first deal was rejected by a judge. Defense attorney David ...


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