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Ex-professor pleads guilty to not registering

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A former Mesa State College music professor pleaded guilty Thursday to failing to register as a sex offender. George Rosenbaum, 53, will be sentenced Aug. 21. Rosenbaum pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual assault on a child and was ...


Plea deal offered in 2007 deadly wreck

By Paul Shockley

A prosecutor Thursday said a plea agreement has been extended to 25-year-old Logan Lage in the 2007 traffic accident that authorities allege killed newborn Lileigh Lehnen. Chief Deputy District Attorney Tammy Eret declined to discuss the ...


Mesa man to stand trial on sex charges

By Paul Shockley

A former educator and cop residing in Mesa pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges he sexually assaulted a teenage girl over the course of five years. Rodney Eddy, 67, is now scheduled for trial starting Oct. 5. Thursday’s plea happened ...


Seventh, North changes planned Project proposes new Mexican restaurant, bar remodel, triplex

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North Avenue has long shouldered a reputation as a concrete jungle dominated by commercial properties with sprawling parking lots, a mish-mash of signs and little or no landscaping. But one company hopes to spruce up that image at one of the ...


Feds comb investment firm’s office for dealings

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A court-appointed receiver, aided by a locksmith, but not locked-out owner Philip Rand Lochmiller, got into the offices of Valley Investment on Thursday. Lloyd Quesenberry of the Grand Junction law firm Rider and Quesenberry waited outside ...


Energy firms wait for better times

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Energy companies say they still are waiting for natural gas prices and economic conditions to improve so they can resume more aggressive local drilling operations. “We’re not anticipating any additional drilling ...


Rep. DeGette wants federal regulation over hydraulic fracturing of oil, gas wells

By Dennis Webb

A Colorado congresswoman plans to renew her effort to seek federal regulation of hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells, but U.S. Rep. John Salazar is undecided on whether to again support the concept. Salazar, D-Manassa, had cosponsored ...


Clinic to serve vets in Garfield, Eagle and Pitkin counties

By Dennis Webb

A new Veterans Affairs Medical Telehealth Outreach Clinic will serve vets in Garfield, Eagle and Pitkin counties and use modern technology to save them time and travel expenses for some care. Currently, veterans from the three counties must ...


Firm unable to sell interests in Piceance Basin

By Dennis Webb

Efforts by a financially struggling Denver energy company to sell oil and gas interests near Parachute for $10.3 million have fallen through, the company said. Puckett Land Co. has backed out of its plans to buy Teton Energy Corp.’s ...


Local health care in national spotlight

By Amy Hamilton

Three decades ago, local doctors Edward L. Ellinwood, Gilbert Madison, Ward Studt and Charlie Wilson couldn’t have fathomed that the health care model they designed for Mesa County would today be in the national spotlight, sought by ...


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