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Water deal with Denver needs work, official says

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A far-reaching settlement of disputes between the Western Slope and Denver Water is a long way from being approved and couldn’t pass right now in the Grand Valley, a water official said. That doesn’t mean the much-ballyhooed ...


Man shot to death ID’d

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 31-year-old Grand Junction man was killed and two other men were wounded Saturday night in what authorities say was possibly a gang-related shooting outside a local restaurant. Jorge Alberto Carrasco was identified Sunday as the man killed ...

Screening set for documentary film featuring Grand Junction couple

By Melinda Mawdsley

The documentary footage in Grand Junction and Uganda has been shot, and now filmmakers need local help in putting all the pieces together. The rough-cut version of “Moving On” will be shown at 7 p.m. July 28, at the Avalon ...

Fruita soon may loosen limits on home day care

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Fruita home day-care providers who are watching families take their children elsewhere for care because of city zoning restrictions are working with city officials to relax those regulations. The Fruita City Council is expected to soon adopt ...

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Mysterious abandoned cats stress three shelters

By Dennis Webb

Three animal shelters from Rifle to Aspen have been dealing with the consequences of nearly 60 cats being mysteriously dropped off at their facilities in recent months. Someone — shelter officials think it’s probably a single ...


Donors refurbish adventure vehicle for KAFM fundraiser

By Melinda Mawdsley

It is a makeover of startling proportions. From the custom petroglyph vinyl wrap inspired by the Moab area, to the custom sound system scheduled for installation this week, the 1987 Toyota FJ60 Land Cruiser that KAFM Community Radio is ...

Prosecution continues case against Lochmiller

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While several investors have testified that the head of failed Valley Investments had no reservations about putting the squeeze on investors, Philip Rand Lochmiller preferred to hold them at arms length, employees said. Lochmiller also tried ...

Club 20, industry back second local man for oil, gas panel

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Several western Colorado organizations have coalesced behind a request that Gov. John Hickenlooper appoint a Grand Junction man to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. It’s not clear, however, whether David Cesark is in ...

Audience small for limited Grand Junction video view of trial

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Every detail of the oak-paneled federal courtroom in Grand Junction is clearly displayed on the big screen in the courtroom itself, down to the vague shadow on the ceiling cast by the chandelier. The courtroom is dominated not by the bench, ...


Homeless outreach: Policing more politely

By Paul Shockley

It was as if Elvis arrived at Hawthorne Park. On a Friday, roughly a dozen homeless people were beating the afternoon heat by sitting at tables under the park’s main shelter. Officers Cindy Cohn and Cory Tomps, members of the Grand ...

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