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Palisade to dedicate new town plaza today

By Carrie Marfitano

The town of Palisade will dedicate its new town center plaza at 5 p.m. today. The project has been in various stages over the last three years. The work included a new parking lot, which was completed in November, and the town center plaza, ...


GarCo commission to weigh in on power surge case

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Nearly two years after an incident involving an energy contractor delivered a high-voltage jolt into a Silt-area home, Garfield County commissioners plan to apply some political heat in hopes of obtaining compensation ...


Man pleads not guilty in medication-linked fatal stabbing

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A 58-year-old man pleaded not guilty Monday to fatally stabbing another man who died after suffering from an allergic reaction to medication he was taking in connection with the attack. Mack Sadler waived his right to a preliminary hearing ...


Sheriff’s Department searching for alleged roof scammer

By Staff

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a roofing scam that cost an older man some $20,000 in mid-March. Deputies say 40-year-old Christopher Robert Dumas of Florida offered the man a “foam and sealant” ...


Developer faces uphill fight in Clifton hotel bid

By Staff

A developer is trying to lure a Holiday Inn Express to Clifton, but he faces an uphill climb in a tight economy. Greg Motz, co-owner of 4-G Development, said he has all the building approvals he needs, except one access permit from the ...


Vail Resorts to require helmets on employees

By Dave Buchanan

Starting next winter, all employees at each of Vail Resorts’ five ski areas will be required to wear helmets when skiing or snowboarding on the job. Vail Resorts, based in Broomfield, operates Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and ...


Commissioners Meis, Rowland to speak at GJ ‘tea party’ event

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An Aurora city councilman who is considering a bid for the U.S. Senate, as well as two Mesa County commissioners, will speak Wednesday at a Lincoln Park rally opposing more taxes and the nation’s budget deficit. The Grand Junction ...


Pinnacol: Battle over company’s funds rages

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Slashing $300 million from the budget for Colorado’s colleges and universities would cost the state more than twice that amount in federal money, analysts say. No strategy, however, has immediately emerged among legislators and Gov. ...


Slay victims’ family thanks police

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The family of a Grand Junction mother and daughter stabbed to death in 1975 thanked Grand Junction police Monday for their “methodical, tenacious and exemplary work” that led to last week’s arrest of a serial rapist in the ...


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LS: Christian nation or not, faithful still flock

By Melinda Mawdsley

Don’t tell Amber Strasser that Christianity in America is declining. Strasser was one of several hundred local residents who awoke early Sunday to attend the 6:45 a.m. community Easter service hosted by the Grand Junction Ministerial ...


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