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Collision might have occurred just beyond controllers’ range

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A midair collision under a clear morning sky Wednesday might have happened in an area in which both pilots were on their own to avoid other air traffic. The planes collided about 8:45 a.m., and part of one plane’s tail assembly was ...


Flier campaign targets judge

By Staff

A Grand Junction man who says Mesa County Chief District Court Judge David Bottger maligned him during a custody dispute has taken to the streets with an aggressive flier campaign aimed at unseating the longtime judge at the polls. Citing his ...


Women in Outdoors event Saturday

By Amy Hamilton

Calling all women. If you’ve ever wanted to get back to nature, here’s your chance. A Women in the Outdoors event on Saturday in Delta offers instruction on archery, hunting, outdoor cooking and backwoods survival, among other ...


Salazar, Udall encourage early voting

By Staff

When Congressman John Salazar, D-Colo., told a group of Mesa County Democrats on Wednesday that the election was not about the party’s presidential candidate, Barack Obama, or its U.S. Senate candidate, Mark Udall, Brendan Stewart was ...


U.S. district court judge with Junction ties resigns amid controversy

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U.S. District Judge Edward Nottingham, who had a private practice in Grand Junction before he was appointed to the bench, is stepping down. Nottingham, who presided over the insider-trading trial of former Qwest Communications CEO Joe ...


County says annexation was done incorrectly

By Staff

Mesa County is asking the town of De Beque to reconsider the recent annexation of the future home of Schlumberger, an international energy services company. The town annexed the 300-plus-acre Schlumberger property, south of town on 45 1/2 ...


Badges spur school walkout, suspensions at Palisade High

By Staff

More than 100 students staged a walkout, and 30 students were suspended, Wednesday at Palisade High School over a badge system that grants lunch privileges based on grades, class and attendance record. The badge system, in its second year at ...


Witness to accident: ‘All I saw was some debris floating down’

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Craig Polley had his binoculars trained on the shoreline of Juniata Reservoir when two airplanes flew into his field of view. Polley, a city of Grand Junction employee who’s responsible for checking and maintaining the city’s ...


Miracle that six people in small airplanes uninjured

By Amy Hamilton

Officials called it a miracle that six people in two small airplanes were uninjured Wednesday after a midair collision near Grand Mesa forced the pilots to make immediate emergency landings. A Cessna 210, flown by longtime local pilot Andy ...


Memorial service for Fine set for Saturday

By Amy Hamilton

A memorial service for slain Grand Junction dentist Terry Fine is set for 11 a.m. Saturday at The Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St. A reception will follow across the street at the Blue Moon Bar & Grill, 120 N. Seventh St. Fine, 61, was a ...


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