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Error puts pro-bond group $22K in the red

By Staff

A reporting error in campaign finance reports to the Colorado Secretary of State briefly put the pro-school bond group Friends of District 51 in the red more than $22,000. In filing reports for the month of September, filed Oct. 14, Friends ...

Gas, oil price decline may boost amendment

By Staff

Plummeting natural gas and crude oil prices could improve the chances of a proposed tax hike on the energy industry passing, according to Amendment 58’s proponents. George Merritt, spokesman for A Smarter Colorado, which is supporting ...

Cedaredge man sent to prison for having child porn

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A Cedaredge man has been sentenced to eight years and one month in federal prison for possessing more than 600 hundreds images of child pornography. Federal agents executed a warrant at the home 35-year-old Thomas Eugene Taylor in June 2007 ...

THINK PINK 1 10-31

Cancer event raises nearly $900

By Staff

One fifth-grader’s efforts to raise awareness for breast cancer spread so quickly at Win-gate Elementary, the month was renamed “Pink-tober.” Thursday concluded a month of “Pink-tober” events with a fundraiser ...

Woman gets prison for abusing kids

By Amy Hamilton

A Pear Park woman, who abused her boyfriend’s teenage son and daughter by regularly chaining up the boy with handcuffs and denying both children food and bathroom privileges, sobbed Thursday morning as she told a judge she didn’t ...

Murder probe takes GJ police to California

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Investigators trying to learn the motive for the Oct. 11 killings of two Grand Junction residents have traveled to California, where the killer, Stefan Alexander Martin-Urban, lived for a time. The Grand Junction Police Department, however, ...

1,006 homes proposed near Glenwood, Carbondale

By Dennis Webb

A developer has submitted a formal proposal for a project that would result in 1,006 homes and about 2,100 residents between Glenwood Springs and Carbondale. Related WestPac’s proposal also includes 300 affordable-housing units. In a ...


Letter tells man to take down sign or ‘face the consequences’

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While most of Mesa County sleeps tonight, Willi Segeth has other plans. After taking a nap and enjoying a German beer in the afternoon, he’ll settle into a rocking chair in his garage at nightfall, hidden behind a screen. He’ll ...

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 ...

Political Signs MSC 10-29-8

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 ...

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