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Witness: Man meant to drive truck into crowd

By Paul Shockley

A passenger in a pickup in a suspected hit-and-run incident at a Clifton nightclub told investigators the driver intentionally steered toward a group of men at high speed, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. Several witnesses told Mesa ...

Primary turnout a record for Mesa County

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More than half of registered Republicans in Mesa County and just below half of the Democrats turned out to vote in Tuesday’s primary election. In all, 34,177 Republicans cast ballots in the primary, or 56.2 percent, while 16,256 ...


Fugitive told police he was looking to die

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — An Arizona fugitive told an investigator he fired at Rifle police in hopes they would shoot and kill him, police say. Daniel Renwick also said the Chevrolet Blazer he was driving was owned by an accomplice who was ...

DA: More charges due in pharmacy robberies

By Paul Shockley

District Attorney Pete Hautzinger told a judge Wednesday that a man suspected in the armed robberies of two local pharmacies will face charges in a third local incident. Joel David Crawford, 54, of Grand Junction, also will be charged in a ...

Salazar vs. Tipton a rematch of 2006 battle

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The matchup between U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., and Republican challenger Scott Tipton isn’t the only rematch on the congressional card this general election. At least two other seats in the House of Representatives are the focus of ...

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Safety projects on tap for I-70 interchange

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The Colorado Department of Transportation has embarked on a nearly $2 million project to improve the safety of the Interstate 70 interchange at Clifton. United Companies of Grand Junction is realigning the westbound off-ramp and extending the ...

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Business blazing again after fire

By Melinda Mawdsley

At least one employee knows why a Wednesday morning fire did such minimal damage to Naggy McGee’s Irish Pub. The first reason, kitchen manager Mike McClure said, was the Grand Junction Fire Department personnel were able to extinguish ...

Stapleton gets nod in race for state treasurer

By Staff

Like the GOP nomination for governor, the race to decide who would be the Republican nominee for Colorado treasurer was too close to call on primary night. But now that all the ballots have been counted, Walker Stapleton edged J.J. Ament for ...

Blotter, Aug. 12, 2010

By Staff

Mom: Daughter took car At noon Tuesday, a Grand Junction Police Department officer contacted a woman about a stolen vehicle from the 3000 block of Bentley Drive. The woman told officers she lent the vehicle to her daughter July 30 and ...

McInnis concedes governor’s race

By Charles Ashby

Former congressman Scott McInnis conceded the race for the GOP nomination for governor today. In a statement, the Grand Junction resident thanks his supporters and called for them to unite behind the party’s candidate, including those ...

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