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Judge sinks plea deal for man who killed dog

By Paul Shockley

District Judge Brian Flynn rejected a plea agreement Thursday in a drug case for a Grand Junction man convicted in April of dragging a dog to death. Flynn called the terms of the deal weak. Steven Clay Romero, 38, has low prospects for ...


Move afoot at Mesa State to seek university status

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With new buildings, new students and new academic programs, many people are wondering when Mesa State College may have a new name: Mesa State University. It’s a question the college’s office of institutional research and ...


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More of Maes’ supporters turn backs

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Top Colorado Republicans peeled away from their party’s gubernatorial candidate Thursday, and a conservative national website urged Dan Maes to get out of the race. Maes, who defeated Scott McInnis last month for the GOP nomination for ...


Candidate: Colorado needs to fix voting rules

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The Republican challenging Bernie Buescher for Colorado secretary of state said potential voters in Colorado are on the “honor system” when they register to vote. Potential voters should be required to prove their citizenship, ...


ExxonMobil to slow Rio Blanco drilling

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — ExxonMobil plans to significantly scale back its Piceance Basin drilling program at least temporarily as it nears its initial goal for local natural gas production. The company plans to cut back from five rigs to two during the ...


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Tutoring plan receives warm reception

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The Grand Junction Forum’s plan to bring 500 volunteers into local schools was met with enthusiasm during its announcement Thursday morning. The group of a dozen community leaders who focused on finding ways to enrich the community and ...


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GJ Forum seeks 500 tutors

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A community investment of time is the Grand Junction Forum’s answer to providing a world-class education to School District 51 students. The think tank of community leaders associated with the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce ...


Tipton campaign event tonight

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The Republican candidate for the 3rd Congressional District will conduct a town hall meeting this evening with voters. Republicans, Democrats and unaffiliated voters “should all feel welcome to ask any questions about my campaign and ...


Council moves to ban pot retailers

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction city council members have signaled their desire to do away with medical marijuana dispensaries. After taking public testimony about the dispensaries, council members decided on Aug. 18 that they — and not the voters ...


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‘Energetic’ GJ minister, businessman Mayes dies

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Percy Mayes was a fixture in the African-American community and ministry in Grand Junction. The 83-year-old pastor, who baptized, married and even gave business advice to more than a few black worshippers and friends during more than 50 years ...


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