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Sheriff bites Dog: Hilkey rips bounty hunter in arrest of ‘injured, contaminated mess’

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey criticized Wednesday’s surprise delivery to the Mesa County Jail of a pepper-sprayed fugitive by Duane “Dog” Chapman, likening the television bounty hunter’s work to “genuine ...

Amonette bound over for trial in Rifle shootout

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A Rifle police officer Wednesday recounted a fast-deteriorating situation last October when he responded to a domestic dispute and ended up in a shootout in which a colleague was struck in his protective ...

Residents on F Road will have to change address to Patterson

By Amy Hamilton

Within a year, all residents along F Road will have to convert addresses to a Patterson Road address that is based on Mesa County’s numbering system. Grand Junction City Council members Wednesday night approved the plan by a 4–1 ...

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Grass-roots effort beautifies Gateway

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Brenda Watson wanted her kids to come home with grass stains. It would be a nice change, she figured, from the skinned knees they got playing in a rock and dirt field west of their school in Gateway. The field filled with goat’s head ...

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Fair competitor isn’t sheepish about likes

By Daniel Humphries

Katie Petty loves the purple shampoo she uses to clean her two sheep, E.T. and Rango, at the Mesa County Fair. And if you talk to her long enough, she’ll list off more of her favorite things. Her shiny belt buckle.  ...

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Cops release two photos of suspects in robberies

By Paul Shockley

Although victims in two separate armed robberies Saturday in Grand Junction offered similar suspect descriptions, police on Wednesday insisted they don’t know if the crimes are related. ” ... We do not have enough information at ...

Governor launches economic recovery plan

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper launched an ambitious economic development plan Wednesday, promising to do everything from creating a business-friendly environment in the state to increasing access to capital. In a 75-page report called Colorado ...

Lochmiller fraud case goes to jury

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Philip Rand Lochmiller built Valley Investments on a web of outright lies, misrepresentations and obfuscations, a prosecutor told a federal jury in Denver as it prepared to consider Lochmiller’s fate Wednesday. Lochmiller, according to ...

Doctor eyes run for Congress

By Charles Ashby

A Lone Tree doctor who doesn’t live in the 3rd Congressional District may run for the seat. Dr. Perry Haney, who is a practicing physician and a licensed chiropractor, has launched an exploratory committee seeking donations to run for ...

Gateway Canyons gets new leaders

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Gateway Canyons Resort will turn over its day-to-day operations to hospitality-management company Noble House Hotels and Resorts, a transaction officials with both organizations contend will increase the resort’s visibility, encourage ...

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