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Death penalty sustained in Senate

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Colorado’s death penalty survived a last-minute effort in the Legislature to revive a deal that would have repealed it and put more money toward solving cold cases. The Senate voted 18-17 Wednesday afternoon to reject a House measure ...


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Code enforcement list targets violators

By Staff

Mesa County Code Enforcement is making a list to determine whose junk most needs its attention. Under pressure from residents and the county commission, Mesa County Code Enforcement has struggled to prioritize its workload. Code Enforcement ...


Club liquor-license hearing today

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Kevin Eardley is one step away from making his Fantasy become reality. The Grand Junction Liquor Licensing Authority is expected to decide this afternoon whether to grant a liquor license to the local businessman so he can open a strip club ...


EnCana upbeat for Energy Expo

By Dennis Webb

EnCana Oil & Gas (USA) holds its seventh annual Energy Expo from noon to 5 p.m. today at the Garfield County Fairgrounds in Rifle. The company says this year’s expo will seek to convey that energy still is being developed in ...


Police: Sex predator in corrections

By Paul Shockley

A state-labeled sexually violent predator with a lengthy criminal record has taken up residence at Mesa County Community Corrections, authorities said Tuesday. Rick Duane Studer, 50, who was arrested in Grand Junction in August 2008 for ...


Arrest made in fatal crash Bond has been set at $60,000 for a Colorado man who allegedly was drinki

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The tea party that attracted more than 2,000 people to Lincoln Park last month has spawned an organization — the Western Colorado Conservative Alliance — that organizers hope will encourage small-government candidates in next ...


Case stalls in slaying; plea deal possible

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Arraignment of a Rifle man accused of killing his brother in December was postponed for a fourth time Tuesday, amid signs a plea bargain might be considered. District Court Judge Gail Nichols agreed to postpone action ...


Determination led to arrest of slaying suspect

By Amy Hamilton

After countless hours of digging through nearly two-decades-old documents, traveling to Mexico to testify and reinterviewing witnesses, Mesa County officials received the news they wanted to hear. A former Mesa County man, Rafael Aguilar ...


Oil and gas group sues regulators over new energy rules

By Dennis Webb

The battle over Colorado’s new oil and gas rules will shift to the courtroom as a result of a lawsuit that labels them “the most costly and burdensome” regulations the industry faces in any state in the nation. The Colorado ...


For ex-Fuji customers, it’s call cops or be called

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Grand Junction police Tuesday said they have identifying information for “at least 1,000” local residents who were customers at a massage parlor that police allege was a prostitution business. And they had a blunt message for ...


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