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Officer of the court for half a century, district court judge calling it a career

By Amy Hamilton

To get a sense of how long Judge Ed Ruland has been practicing law, consider his Colorado registration number: 611. That means Ruland, who has been practicing law for the past 48 years, was the 611th attorney to register with the state. ...


Seven Grand Junction group homes to be remodeled

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Seven group homes will become more energy efficient with a $40,000 community development block grant from the city of Grand Junction. Wednesday night, Grand Junction City Council members approved a request by Mesa Developmental Services to ...


Briefs, Jan. 21, 2010

By Staff

Vehicle fleet energy workshop Feb. 5 GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Vehicle fleet owners and managers are invited to a workshop about increasing energy efficiency and reducing costs from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Feb. 5 at Glenwood Springs Community ...


Boy dead, girl critical after wreck near Meeker

By Paul Shockley

A 9-year-old boy died from his injuries and a 12-year-old girl suffered serious injuries in a two-vehicle collision south of Meeker on Tuesday. Stone Martin was pronounced dead at 8:21 a.m. Wednesday, while Alahna Martin remained in critical ...


DNA tests due by March 1 in Nemnich murder case

By Paul Shockley

A judge Wednesday set a deadline of March 1 for the Colorado Bureau of Investigation to finish testing for DNA evidence in the July 1975 slayings of a Grand Junction mother and daughter. The order was issued by District Judge Brian Flynn ...


Judge lets Sheen visit ill wife at L.A. hospital

By Dennis Webb

A judge handling an Aspen domestic violence case involving actor Charlie Sheen has modified a no-contact restraining order so he can visit his wife in a California hospital. Brooke Sheen is in intensive care with an infection and a high fever ...


Disney hiring in Moab for sci-fi movie

By Melinda Mawdsley

The apparent space-like qualities of the topography near Moab, Utah, are about to pay dividends for area movie buffs and the Moab economy. Beginning in April, Disney Studios will film the science-fiction fantasy movie “A Princess of ...


Teens avoid prison in 2009 stabbing, beating

By Paul Shockley

Two teenagers who repeatedly stabbed and beat a man on Orchard Mesa in 2009 could avoid prison time. District Judge Valerie Robison on Wednesday sentenced Jason Ingram, 19, and Jesus Barrera, 18, to serve six years in the Department of ...


Judge upholds oil, gas waste rules

By Dennis Webb

A Denver District Court judge has rejected a legal challenge to new state rules for disposal of oil and gas brine waste at commercial sites. Judge William W. Hood III issued the ruling Tuesday in the case brought by Fourmile Recycling ...


Garfield to industry: Remote fracking regs to be left to state

By Staff

Garfield County commissioners on Monday reassured natural gas developers Monday that they don’t plan to regulate the growing practices of remote and centralized well fracturing. Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, involves sending fluids ...


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