Western Colorado

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Silt to de-annex 1,500 acres after demise of Stillwater Ranch plan

By Dennis Webb

SILT — A town that’s been growing significantly in population is about to undergo a big reduction in physical size. Sometime this month, Silt will shed nearly 1,500 acres from its jurisdiction. That’s a loss of nearly ...

Iowa man accused of exploiting GJ boy, 12

By Staff

An online game took a disturbing turn last year when a local boy reported having explicit photos sent to him by an Iowa man who was booked Wednesday into the Mesa County Jail on suspicion of sexual exploitation of a child. Nathan Dumond ...

Trucking firm: We’ve done our part

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Less than 48 hours after protesting an effort to block industrial operations along the Colorado River, Brady Trucking representatives insisted Thursday they have done their part to clean up the riverfront and made concessions to promote ...


Vandals go after vehicle glass in Pear Park area

By Staff

Sporadic incidents of broken car, truck and house windows, and other destruction of private property, have some residents of a Pear Park neighborhood frustrated. The latest incident was early Thursday morning. Vandals struck at least one home ...

Teen still awaits word on charges in slashing

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MONTROSE — A 14-year-old boy arrested last month in connection with a knife attack on a Montrose High School girl will remain in custody at least until authorities determine the charges he will face. The youth appeared Thursday in ...


Duo sees future in stress

By Staff

Joseph Rolley and Deborah Rosenbaum stole more than a moment as the workout crowd thinned out around them while they stood, facing each other in the Crossroads Fitness pool on a recent Saturday morning. As they looked at each other, silent ...

School board member is accused of sex assault

By Staff

A former Los Angeles police officer, retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army and former Plateau Valley School District board member has been arrested on suspicion he repeatedly sexually assaulted a teenager starting in mid-2003, the Mesa ...


By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — More natural gas developers said today that they are scaling back local operations, citing the same factors that already have led other energy companies to reduce the levels of their investments in western Colorado. The latest ...


Simple memorial serves as a reminder of tragedy

By Amy Hamilton

The seasons have changed from balmy to bitterly crisp since the slaying of pregnant Grand Junction woman Anna Maria Macias. A modest but touching makeshift memorial for the 23-year-old mother, placed near the entrance of the Garden Village ...


Passion for birds brought couple together and keeps them active

By Amy Hamilton

“Somebody’s calling,” said Fran Didier, suddenly detecting a bird’s faint shrill piercing the seemingly silent air. The wetlands area at the Audubon Society’s headquarters near Connected Lakes State Park seems ...

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