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Supporters see Trump as an agent of change

By Staff

Monday night, John Martin sat down to write a letter. He felt that he had to, that there were things he needed to say. “Mr. Trump,” he wrote. “We have become a nation of people that don’t know how to win. We have ...


Fruita Monument veterinary team is competing at nationals this week

By Katie Langford

Fruita Monument High School’s Future Farmers of America team is in Indiana this week with 47,000 other high school students from around the country to compete for a national title. The veterinary science team — juniors Keanna ...


Trump protesters vocal and passionate

By Erin McIntyre

Only one person was arrested at Donald Trump’s rally Tuesday in Grand Junction, though dozens of protesters were stationed outside the hangar where the candidate spoke and at least four people were removed from the rally. Sloan Tucker, ...

Utilities: Local input key when power plants close

By Dennis Webb

VAIL — Involving economic development officials and other local leaders is key to helping communities make the transition when coal power facilities close, utility representatives say. Speaking Tuesday at an Economic Development Council ...


Man fulfills desire to burn own house

By Duffy Hayes

Saturday morning, on the doorstep of a home at 1149 Micaelas Court, 38-year-old Grand Junction man Timothy Wellard told a police officer that he wanted to burn his house down, and in fact had wanted to for the past 20 years. About four hours ...

Blotter, Oct. 19, 2016

By Staff

Strangling alleged in case A Grand Junction man faces a possible second-degree assault charge for allegedly strangling a victim in a domestic violence incident on Sunday. An arrest affidavit for Richard Pitstick, 30, alleges he pushed a ...


Donald Trump rally in Grand Junction

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Grand Junction.  ...


Therapist: Suspect had disorder

By Gary Harmon

A Colorado therapist who tested 15-year-old Austin Holzer said the young man accused of the murder of Mesa County Deputy Sheriff Derek Geer suffered from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Richard Mottern also wished Holzer, ...


Man fatally shot in Palisade

By Katie Langford

Few details were available Monday about a death being investigated as a homicide that took place late Sunday night in the 3600 block of G 7/10 Road in Palisade. What is known is that a 56-year-old man was found unresponsive with an apparent ...


Testimony continues on whether Holzer is tried as as adult

By Gary Harmon

An eyewitness to the shooting of Mesa County Deputy Sheriff Derek Geer saw Geer standing near a larger man as the larger man stood up, leveled a handgun and fired two or three times. Gracie Lane recounted for District Judge Richard Gurley how ...

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