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As new public safety building rises, so does anticipation of better efficiency

By Amy Hamilton

As the foundation was being laid for Grand Junction’s new public safety center, construction plans had not been created. While the 64,000-square-foot building was rising up between Ute and Pitkin avenues, plans for the new public safety ...


Man wins full parole board hearing in 1982 GJ murder of sister-in-law

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Relatives of a woman who was stabbed to death in front of her sons in 1982 are marshaling opposition to parole for the man serving a life sentence for her vicious murder. James Drake, 57, last week won consideration for parole by the full ...


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Odd spot for no medical pot?

By Dennis Webb

Pete Tramm views Aspen and surrounding Pitkin County as long having been a progressive and open-minded community. With the prospect that medical marijuana operations in unincorporated Pitkin County could be shut down unless county ...


Region to feel pipeline rejection, industry says

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There won’t be any positive repercussions in western Colorado from President Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline last week, industry officials and observers said. Trying to find a gleam of hope from the decision ...


Senator believes bill resolves FML district issue

By Charles Ashby

A Western Slope senator hopes to fix a new state law designed to allow counties to maximize the money they receive from federal lands within their boundaries. Last year, the Colorado Legislature approved a new law that allowed counties to ...


Man, 28, suspected in bike theft; two Harleys seized

By Paul Shockley

A 28-year-old man was arrested Saturday in connection with the recent thefts of two Harley-Davidson motorcycles, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Ryan Goebel, of Grand Junction, was arrested on suspicion of two counts of ...


Montrose expands justice facility

By Paul Shockley

Soon after opening in 1998, they were converting break rooms into office and storage space at the Montrose County Justice Center. New quarters quickly were cramped. “It was just barely adequate when new,” said Ken Norris, ...


Storm closes Powderhorn, monument road

By Paul Shockley

Colorado National Monument on Saturday announced the temporary closure of Rim Rock Drive, affecting the upper section from DS Road to Independence Monument Overlook, in anticipation of rough, snowy travel. Gates were locked just west of DS ...


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Cops probe bikes theft from Harley dealership

By Paul Shockley

The Grand Junction Police Department is investigating the reported theft of a pair of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. The motorcycles, with a combined value topping $30,000, were reported missing by staff arriving at work Jan. 10 at the Grand ...


Colorado will be among swing states, GOP leader says in urging donations

By Charles Ashby

Give and give generously, Colorado GOP Chairman Ryan Call told Mesa County Republicans on Friday. If the party is to replace President Barack Obama, keep its majority in the Colorado House, take control of the Colorado Senate and retain and ...


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