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Kid porn alleged in arrest

By Amy Hamilton

A 63-year-old Grand Junction man who worked as a teacher’s aide and was a volunteer mentor to local children was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of possessing thousands of images of child pornography on a computer hard drive at his ...


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Political signs run afoul of Mesa State’s policies

By Staff

When Mesa State College sophomores Anna Johnson and Jenna Creighton decided to display political signs in their dorm windows, they never thought the college would give them an ultimatum to take them down. Johnson said her resident adviser ...


Median sale price on GJ homes takes tumble

By Staff

The median sale price for a single-family home in Grand Junction fell by $8,100 from the second quarter to the third quarter, according to Bob Reece, president of Advanced Title Technology in Grand Junction. Real estate officials consider the ...


TV station returns to air today

By Staff

Local news channel KREX-TV is re-launching the My Network TV affiliate channel KGJT starting today, said station general manager Ron Tillery. My Network TV carries programming like WWE SmackDown, sitcoms and movies on channel 27 over the air ...


Water district asks Redlands residents for tax increase

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The owners of about 350 houses on the Redlands will decide on Tuesday whether to boost their property tax to keep their irrigation water flowing. The Panorama Improvement District is asking its voters to increase their mill levy by about half ...


Two issued summonses in incident involving gun

By Staff

The Grand Junction Police Department issued summonses to two suspects on suspicion they were involved in a gun-brandishing incident Monday night at a C&F Food Store. Police issued a summons to Peter Lumas, 29, on suspicion of prohibited ...


Chamber backs trucking firm

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In a stance that firmly backs Brady Trucking’s push for industrial zoning along the Colorado River, the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors voted to oppose allowing voters to change zoning decisions made by local ...


City’s ‘sweep’ to clear arrest warrants

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If you’re one of the hundreds of people with an outstanding Grand Junction municipal warrant, the city has a deal for you. Starting today and continuing for the next two weeks, people wanted by the city for failing to appear in court, ...


Former police officer gets probation over fraudulent welfare payments

By Amy Hamilton

A former law enforcement officer who illegally took nearly $14,000 in welfare assistance while living a lavish lifestyle was sentenced Tuesday to three years probation and must serve 150 hours of community service. Terrance Scott Chelius, 69, ...


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Lions honor Hometown Hero Diana Lee

By Staff

Diana Lee has been making cancer patients smile for the last 15 years. She does not use a feather, a joke book or a jack-in-the-box. Instead, her tools are a tube of lipstick, an eyebrow pencil and a good sense of style. And because she has ...


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