Western Colorado

Page 1698 of 1887


Swine flu outbreak crosses into U.S.

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Mesa County health officials are gearing up for the swine flu, which has crossed the border with Mexico and broken out in Texas and California. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday it was too late to contain the ...


Teen charged in failed Fruita robbery

By Paul Shockley

Fruita police Thursday said a teenager already in jail on suspicion of attempted purse robbery last week in Grand Junction is the suspect in an attempted purse robbery Monday night. Adrian Peters, 19, of Grand Junction, is suspected of ...


Palisade asking for used buses from GVT

By Staff

The town of Palisade is looking for a free ride. A request was made earlier this month by Palisade Mayor David Walker to the Mesa County Commission for two decommissioned Grand Valley Transit buses. The request is unusual in that if approved, ...


Owners to sell Country Jam ranch

By Staff

There will be no tears in the beers of Country Jammers for the next two years, but after 2010 the venue could be held somewhere other than the traditional wild west terrain of Mack. One of the co-owners of Country Jam USA, Jim Bischel, of ...


DA seeks evidence from accused killer

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors want a judge to force accused murderer Jerry Nemnich to provide various items of evidence, while pushing for secrecy as to why they want those items. District Judge Brian Flynn early next week is expected to rule on a motion filed ...


Rifle man accused of operating chop shop

By Paul Shockley

A Rifle man allegedly ran a statewide motorcycle theft and chop-shop ring over a three-year period, according to a Colorado grand jury indictment. Edward Degner, 54, walked out of the Denver County Jail on Thursday afternoon after posting ...


Montrose Economic Development Corp. launches campaign to raise funds to build indus

By Carrie Marfitano

The Montrose Economic Development Corp. launched a campaign April 16 to raise funds to build a new industrial park through the Continuing the Legacy Initiative. The town has four industrial parks, but none of them has enough acreage to ...


Home sales dip, but GJ Realtors see hint of hope

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After a cold and slow winter, the Grand Valley real estate market is starting to show signs of spring life, real estate agents and mortgage brokers say. The activity comes as a study shows a price decline that has set back housing prices ...


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AT 95, STILL STANDING UP FOR WOMEN, LIBERALISM

By Melinda Mawdsley

Henrietta Hay does not care if you love or hate her liberal-politics opinions. Anyone who has read Hay’s columns during the past 19 years knows she supports Hillary Clinton, stem cell research and abortion. Her unabashed love of ...


Clifton fire caused by cigarettes

By Staff

A Thursday morning fire that struck a Clifton apartment complex was ignited by cigarettes, according to the Clifton Fire Department. Tenants were partying late the night before until about 1:30 a.m. Discarded cigarettes next to the rear wall ...


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