Western Colorado

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Bear suspected in Aspen attack killed by state wildlife officers

By Paul Shockley

An adult male bear weighing more than 400 pounds was shot and killed Wednesday night by state wildlife officers. The bear is suspected of earlier attacking an Aspen woman inside her home. This is the fourth troublesome bear put down this ...


REGIONAL CENTER 1 8-20

‘Last-resort place’ about to close

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Biggest fear is for survival of clients who now live at skilled-nursing unit, one mother says Tyler Brady, 25, has a lantern jaw that would make Jay Leno skulk off in shame and piercing blue eyes that would make Paul Newman hang his head ...


Council won’t put public safety facility to vote in ’09

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Only two candidates saying they’ll run for school board

By Emily Shockley

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NEMNICH 4 8-19

Cop: Blood ties suspect to murders

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Blood found inside an apartment where a Grand Junction mother and daughter were killed in 1975 matched the DNA of the man suspected of murdering them, a Grand Junction police detective testified Wednesday. Detective Sean Crocker testified ...


CRASH 1 082009

Cops: Armed man made threats before crashing

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction police said an armed man in The Ridges subdivision threatened to kill himself and others Wednesday night before leading police on a pursuit that ended with the man’s sport-utility vehicle flipping over a guardrail. The ...


Hilkey: 911 upgrade to carry hefty price tag

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey says the Grand Valley’s future 911 emergency dispatch will not be as effective as the current system unless an additional $4 million is spent. The new system will convert public safety ...


Decision time on public safety measure

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Man backed over, but not badly hurt

By Melinda Mawdsley

A man didn’t appear as if he was seriously injured after he was run over Tuesday near Mesa Mall. The man, who was not identified but thought to be approximately 70 years old, was “alert and talking” as he was being taken by ...


Poll: Beauprez could take Bennet’s seat in Senate

By Staff

A new poll shows former congressman and Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez winning a 2010 showdown with Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., in a figurative matchup. The poll, conducted by nonpartisan North Carolina outfit Public Policy ...


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