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Don’t ask, just learn new rules, drillers told

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State officials who will train drillers in new rules for the energy industry say they will take no questions during the training sessions. That’s because the sessions will cover a lot of ground with a lot of people, said Theo Stein, ...


Two suspects sought in home burglaries

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction police are seeking two suspects, possibly juveniles or young men, who broke into a home in the 2600 block of Grand Vista Way early Tuesday morning, waking some residents of the home. A struggle ensued, and the homeowner was ...


Mural at Dual Immersion Academy funded by arts commission grants

By Staff

The city of Grand Junction’s Commission on Arts and Culture and the Colorado Council on the Arts will pump $46,500 into local arts and cultural groups through an annual grant process. The commission received $36,000 from the city and ...


Interim community college chief to finish year in that role

By Staff

An interim vice president of community college affairs for Mesa State College has been named to fill the position for the remainder of the school year. Lynn Woellhof, an administrator for 11 years at Western Colorado Community College, will ...


Fire, police facilities get upgrades

By Staff

The Grand Junction police and fire departments are making do with what they have. In light of voters recent rejection of a multimillion-dollar proposal to build a new public safety facility for the city and a couple new fire houses, both ...


Old fruit-packing warehouse needs some TLC, owner says

By Staff

The building was built in 1907 “to pack fruit,” says Bert Whittenberg, owner of Whittenberg West Construction Services. His company is remodeling an old warehouse on the northwest corner of Sixth Street and Pitkin Avenue, for a ...


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If spring is in the air, so is smoke

By Amy Hamilton

Rules for open burning Spring open-burning season runs from March 1 to May 31. A permit is required for open burning. Grand Junction, Lower Valley and Clifton fire departments issue permits for their response areas. The Mesa County Health ...


Driver hits 10 cars in parking lot of grocery

By Staff

A man crashed his truck into 10 cars Tuesday in the parking lot of the Safeway grocery store on Horizon Drive. The man was “suffering from a medical condition” behind the wheel of his Chevrolet Avalanche, said Kate Porras, ...


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Suspect’s family says they’re stunned and sorry

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Leah McLeod hadn’t seen the black-eyed, bloodied Derrick Maxfield staring out of the jail booking photo. That person is her son, she knows, but that’s not a side of him she ever has known, McLeod said Tuesday, three days after her ...


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DRINKING, LOVER’S QUARREL LED TO FATAL CRASH

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A Parachute man had been drinking with a friend and then got in a fight with his girlfriend before colliding at high speed with a pickup, killing a mother and daughter, according to court papers. Derrick Maxfield, 20, had a blood-alcohol ...


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