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House votes on bill to lower late trailer registration fees

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado House drew a line in the sand Friday with the Senate over a measure to lower late registration fees for trailers. As drafted, House Bill 1211 would lower the fees to $10 on trailers that weigh less than 2,000 pounds. Currently, ...

Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic marks its 24th year

By Dave Buchanan

An unheralded event that began at Powderhorn Ski Area almost a quarter of a century ago is about to kick off its 24th year as the largest adaptive learn-to-ski event in the world. The 24th annual National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports ...

Illegal immigrant suspected of human smuggling

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A suspected illegal immigrant who was prosecuted more than 20 years ago for human smuggling was arrested Thursday in Mesa County on allegations he smuggled three other illegal immigrants across the country. Martin Bueno-Reyes, 49, of ...

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Lou Grasso, former superintendent for District 51, dies

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A funeral for former School District 51 Superintendent Lou Grasso will take place at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Fellowship Church. Grasso died Thursday. He was 77. In addition to working for 31 years for the school district, Grasso supervised ...

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Woman sought in stabbing

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Grand Junction police Friday were looking for a woman with a lengthy criminal history who is suspected of stabbing another woman during a fight over a man. Crystal Dawn Reinbold, 21, is wanted on suspicion of first-degree assault and menacing ...


King’s bill would clarify what acts are sexual crimes

By Charles Ashby

Making masturbating in public a misdemeanor rather than a petty offense won’t cost the state more money, a legislative researcher told lawmakers. As a result, Rep. Steve King’s measure designed to clarify when masturbation is a ...

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Teens stage revolution

By Amy Hamilton

“Hi, how are you? We have some food for you,” said Sonja Alvarez-Barker of Clifton, passing along bags of food to a new neighbor who answered her front door. “We have food in the park every Sunday. We have ravioli,” ...

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Man to plead guilty in dog’s dragging death

By Paul Shockley

Federal prosecutors have struck a plea agreement with a man accused of torturing and killing a stolen dog on Colorado National Monument. Steven Clay Romero, 38, of Grand Junction, is expected to plead guilty to aggravated cruelty to animals, ...

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Robert Turner, president of Alco Building Co., dies at 63

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A memorial service will take place Thursday for a man who made his mark on Grand Junction in hundreds of commercial and industrial buildings. Robert Turner, president of Alco Building Co., died Tuesday. He was 63. Turner headed Alco since ...

102 leaving District 51 with early retirement

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This June, the equivalent of 102 full-time employees will leave their School District 51 jobs with the promise of an early-retirement payout. The district expects to save $1.6 million by having the teachers and other staff members retire ...

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