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Blotter, Jan. 4, 2011

By Staff

Road rage suspect cited Denis R. Seuferer, 63, Grand Junction, was issued a summons on suspicion of disorderly conduct after authorities were called Saturday afternoon to a reported weapons violation in the westbound lane of Interstate 70, ...

PLOTNER Aaron Wesley

Gunshot victim fears for his life, he says in court

By Paul Shockley

With a bullet lodged in his left shoulder blade and a brace on his neck, 29-year-old Matthew Daly stood before a judge Tuesday and said he fears for his safety, days after he randomly was shot by apparent strangers, one of whom told police he ...

010312 Gas price

Gas drops under $3 a gallon, but maybe not for long

By Amy Hamilton

The lure of fuel at less than $3 a gallon brought out Grand Junction resident Tim Frost to fill up his car’s gas tank Tuesday. The price of a gallon of regular unleaded fuel was $2.92 at Western Convenience, 2525 Broadway, and $2.89 a ...

Investigators look into fatal bus accident

By Dennis Webb

Investigators are continuing to try to determine why a 29-year-old woman was walking alone on state Highway 82 near Aspen when she was struck and killed by a public transit bus early New Year’s Day. Joanie M. Kocab was pronounced dead ...

Energy CEO rings opening market bell

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WPX Energy Inc., the natural gas production spinoff of Williams, begins trading today on the New York Stock Exchange. Ralph Hill, CEO of the new company, was to ring the opening bell this morning at the stock exchange as the company, with the ...

Council may seek grant to improve North Ave.

By Amy Hamilton

A portion of Grand Junction’s haphazard North Avenue could get a face-lift if a federal agency approves a grant that would mostly pay for improvements. Grand Junction City Council members are expected to decide during a council meeting ...

010212 Rock

Rock likely 2.87 billion years old

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While rocks have been pulverized into sand, fired to incredible heat or have simply withered away, worn down molecule by molecule, a chunk of rock that lay unchanged for nearly 3 billion years is now in the custody of Dinosaur Journey. The ...


DA to sift 400 cases in probe of ex-trooper

By Paul Shockley

Nearly 400 cases dating back to 2008 in Mesa County will be re-examined in the face of credibility concerns surrounding a former Colorado State Patrol trooper, Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said. Hautzinger’s assessment ...

Closed mine north of Fruita tries to expand

By Dennis Webb

A company with a coal mine north of Fruita that was closed because of the shutdown of the Cameo Power Plant is continuing to seek approvals to add acreage to that mine and open a much bigger operation nearby. A subsidiary of Rhino Energy LLC ...

Grants awarded for river land purchase

By Staff

The Mesa Land Trust wasn’t the only group that recently won a Great Outdoors Colorado grant. The city of Delta received a $175,000 grant to purchase open-space land along the Gunnison River. Routt County was awarded nearly $488,000 to ...

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