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Reward for clues in possible homicide

By Dennis Webb

Denver police are offering up to $2,000 for information in the case of a suspected homicide victim whose body may be in the Colorado River near Glenwood Springs. Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has charged Joong Rhee, 66, with ...


State cuts deal with payday lending company

By Charles Ashby

Attorney General John Suthers reached a settlement agreement Tuesday with a payday lending company that was overcharging its clients. Security Finance, which has 13 offices throughout Colorado, including one in Grand Junction, is to refund ...


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Fruita Monument High School graduation, Part 2

By Staff

Wildcats’ graduation ceremonies — May 18, 2010 Go back to PART 1 Go to PART 3; PART 4; PART 5; PART 6; PART 7; PART 8; PART 9; PART 10; PART 11  ...


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Fruita Monument High School graduation, Part 1

By Staff

Wildcats’ graduation ceremonies — May 18, 2010 Go to PART 2; PART 3; PART 4 PART 5; PART 6 PART 7; PART 8 PART 9; PART 10; PART 11  ...


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Slaying suspect believed victim ‘hitting’ on girlfriend

By Paul Shockley

A 19-year-old Orchard Mesa woman believed a man had been flirting with her girlfriend before a confrontation that ended with the man stabbed nearly clear through his chest, according to a Grand Junction Police detective. Detective Steve ...


City approves $422,478 in block grants

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Grand Junction City Council members approved a list of recommended recipients for $422,478 worth of 2010 community development block grants Monday evening. The city will submit the recommendations to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban ...


Proposal for natural-gas station wins grant

By Dennis Webb

A proposed public compressed natural gas station in Rifle got a big boost Monday when the state announced it would receive a $675,285 grant. The Governor’s Energy Office also announced a second federal Recovery Act-supported grant of ...


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JUCO chairman looking for cash to make alterations at stadium

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Suplizio Field could have a new look for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series in 2012. Remodeling the concessions area, dugouts, seating and press box are all part of a $9 million plan the JUCO committee suggested in January to the ...


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Central grad a ‘good kid’ now

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Ivan Guerrero was a self-described “bad kid.” He didn’t care about school. He didn’t care about grades. He just wanted to act tough and survive life in a crowded high school outside of Los Angeles. Then, at 16, he ...


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Palisade student wouldn’t settle for less than his best

By Melinda Mawdsley

One day, nearly six years ago, led Palisade High School senior Gilberto Rivas to Monday night. Rivas received his diploma at Stocker Stadium along with nearly 200 of his classmates, and like most, he was not the valedictorian or ...


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