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Father guilty in death of daughter

By Dennis Webb

A Parachute man has pleaded guilty in connection with the death of his month-old daughter last year and faces a prison sentence of 30 to 40 years in prison. Matthew Ogden, 31, pleaded guilty last week to child abuse resulting in death. Sarah ...


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County down to single DMV office with Clifton closure

By Charles Ashby

After today, there will only be one place Mesa County residents can go for in-person Division of Motor Vehicle services. That’s because the Clifton DMV office, the final one outside of the main office at 200 S. Spruce St., will ...


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Sheriff’s Office seeks information on woman missing since March ‘15

By Gabrielle Porter

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the disappearance of missing Clifton woman who was last heard from March 1, 2015. Jennifer Lynn Lockwood, 42, last spoke to her mother by phone in March 2015, according to the National ...


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Chazen to run again for council

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction’s municipal election is still five months away, but Grand Junction councilor Marty Chazen announced his intention Tuesday to throw his hat back into the ring. Chazen is serving in the city’s District D. That seat, ...


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Woman accused of hitting officer in face with bottle

By Gabrielle Porter

A 28-year-old woman accused of slamming a Gatorade bottle into a police officer’s face after he pulled her out of the way of oncoming traffic was arrested Sunday afternoon and faces felony charges. Stephanie Hope Petterson was ...


Fresh snow lets Powderhorn open early

By Staff

Two feet of snow fell over two days at Powderhorn Mountain Resort, meaning the resort will open for a preview this weekend for skiers and riders before the official opening day. The official opening at Powderhorn is set for Dec. 15, but ...


Palisade seeks input on rules for marijuana

By Amy Hamilton

Now that voters have approved recreational marijuana sales and related businesses in Palisade, residents will get a chance to weigh in on some ground rules. A regular public meeting Jan. 10 offers residents an opportunity to discuss how they ...


Man struck by tractor, killed near New Castle

By Dennis Webb

An Ohio man was killed Monday afternoon when he was struck by a tractor on a steep and snowy private driveway south of New Castle. Garfield County Coroner Robert Glassmire identified the victim as Terry Stout, 60, of Akron, Ohio. The ...


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A pretty penny to fix the pound

By Gary Harmon

The Mesa County Animal Services building on Orchard Mesa could get rebuilt over the summer under plans being considered by the county commission. Four options, including three that would call for constructing new buildings at costs ranging ...


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Police: Man points shotgun at father

By Gabrielle Porter

A 31-year-old man accused of holding a shotgun to his father’s head Friday evening while drunk faces felony charges and is being held in lieu of a high cash bond after a judge said releasing him on his own signature wasn’t ...


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