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Man suspected of breaking into gym lockers

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A man who had been working at Telluride Ski Resort has been arrested and accused of breaking into several lockers at a Grand Junction gym and stealing wallets, credit cards, checks and cash from at least four people. Dana Edwin McCrum, 48, of ...


Cops: Man slammed door on boy’s finger

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A Grand Junction man was arrested Monday on suspicion he kicked a door shut on a 10-year-old boy’s finger. A judge Tuesday advised Sidney Wade Wells, 34, 409 Rosevale Road, he could face between 10 and 32 years in prison if convicted of ...


Work on condos slows, but gains planners’ approval

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The national recession has left few people jumping at the opportunity to live or work inside a renovated, upscale building that once housed a hotel and strip club in downtown Grand Junction. But once the economy picks up again, the project ...


Fuji Massage associate has court hearing

By Amy Hamilton

A former associate of the leader of a Grand Junction massage parlor that is being investigated for prostitution waived her right Tuesday to have a preliminary hearing within 30 days. Suk Young Yu, 52, who is out on a $10,000 bond, was advised ...


Disposal firm asks county to delay hearing

By Staff

Black Mountain Disposal owners were no-shows for a meeting before the Mesa County Commission on Tuesday. The owners and operators of the facility south of De Beque were supposed to come before the commission for a review of their ...


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Trio hoped for Sunday outing near Collbran, but it didn’t end until Tuesday near Paonia

By Gretel Daugherty

Phil Carlson and Wade Yenter raised half-drunk cups of hot coffee and toasted their survival in the Paonia Volunteer Fire Department station Tuesday. Still wearing the smoky clothes in which they spent the past three days, the two warmed ...


Panel kills bill to stall gas rules

By Staff

State lawmakers voted Tuesday to kill a bill that could have sidelined a series of controversial oil and gas drilling regulations for a year, despite pleas from energy industry advocates that the rules could cost Colorado jobs. “If this ...


GJ chamber to lobby only on business topics

By Staff

In stark contrast to last year, the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce plans to focus its lobbying efforts this year only on business-related matters. “The board really wants to focus in on the bills that have a direct effect on ...


MESA STATE COLLEGE WILL REMODEL PLANT TO HOUSE GROWING DEGREE PROGRAMS

By Staff

Leitner-Poma of America’s old manufacturing facility won’t sit vacant for long after the real estate arm of Mesa State College purchased the property as a new home for some of the school’s programs. Mesa State’s ...


Glenwood citizens to get incentive to go solar

By Dennis Webb

For years, Glenwood Springs’ electric utility has been overshadowed by other area energy providers that, unlike the city, offer rebates for solar power installations. Now that is expected to change, and Glenwood electric customers who ...


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