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Grand Junction City Council wants public safety plan

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Grand Junction City Council members Friday directed City Manager Laurie Kadrich to come up with a 20-year plan for local public safety facilities. The plan will include a current list of public safety priorities, cost projections for ...

Cops: Montrose deaths possible murder-suicide

By Paul Shockley

The deaths of an 84-year-old Montrose woman and her 61-year-old son-in-law Friday in Montrose County are being investigated as a possible murder-suicide, authorities said. Jeanne L. Mennell and her son-in-law, Mark A. Koeman, were found dead ...

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Group pursues effort to recall Palisade mayor

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A group that wants to recall Palisade Mayor Dave Walker turned in its petition Friday, more than two weeks before its deadline to gather signatures. The petition contained 160 to 170 signatures, recall committee member Joyce Eielson said ...


Grand Junction man held in Wyoming vehicular homicide

By Paul Shockley

Bond was set at $500,000 Friday for a Grand Junction man who was arrested on allegations related to a fatal drunken-driving accident in Wyoming last month. Valdemir M. Villarreal, 24, 1535 Poplar Drive, surrendered Thursday at the Grand ...

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Extra Aircraft lands headquarters in Montrose

By William Woody

German based Extra Aircraft company celebrates the opening of its U.S. headquarters to the excitement of residents and officials in Montrose Friday morning July 23, 2010.  ...

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Police seek vehicle in conjunction with recent fatal trooper shooting

By Staff

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is hoping to identify the driver of a vehicle who was in the area of a fatal police shooting on Glade Park Road on Tuesday night. The photo shows what appears to be a dark blue or black Nissan ...

CSU leader sees big changes ahead for ag education

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A flowering of new interest in agriculture seems to be budding, but it’s unlikely to look like the familiar methods of recent years, Colorado State University President Tony Frank said Thursday. New interest in agriculture is likely to ...

Panel on the homeless begins effort by exploring who they are trying to help

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A Grand Junction City Council subcommittee formed to discuss local homeless issues had its first meeting last week. So far, the subcommittee’s only move has been to decide to have more meetings. The goal of the subcommittee, according ...

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McConnell hopes for Obama, Dems’ failure

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Bob McConnell, basking in the glow of his endorsement from Sarah Palin for the 3rd Congressional District, told cheering supporters Thursday that he dreamed the health-care bill pursued by President Obama would result in the president’s ...

Teen feared drowned in river accident

By Dennis Webb

Authorities fear a teenager may have drowned Thursday in the Colorado River in Rifle. Garfield County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Tanny McGinnis said a search for the teen, believed to be an 18-year-old male, was called off ...

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