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Water limits may threaten farms in future; forum looks at solutions

By Dennis Webb

VAIL — Colorado’s future economic development is integrally related to availability of water, and at least one industry, agriculture, could face increasing threats as demand grows for the increasingly scarce resource, speakers said ...


Rockslide may be cleared Saturday

By Dennis Webb

The Colorado Department of Transportation is aiming for a Saturday reopening of Colorado Highway 133 south of McClure Pass after a rockslide dropped more than 100 tons of debris on the road Wednesday morning. The slide happened at mile point ...

DNA found on rock implicates suspect in store burglary

By Gabrielle Porter

A 20-year-old man already jailed in connection with burglaries at four Grand Junction businesses was advised of new potential charges Thursday, after police found his DNA on a rock apparently thrown through the window of Which Wich, 1125 ...

Blotter: Oct. 21, 2016

By Staff

Stalking charge possible A 36-year-old Grand Junction man might be charged with felony stalking after being accused of trying to smuggle notes to an 11-year-old girl, despite being forbidden by a protection order from contacting her, court ...


Hospital closing Life Center

By Gary Harmon

St. Mary’s Hospital is closing its Life Center pool and gymnasium as the hospital moves to focus on medical and surgical care. The Life Center, at 2686 Patterson Road, is subsidized by the rest of the hospital and is growing only more ...


110 years 
in prison 
for child

By Gabrielle Porter

A Grand Junction man was sentenced to 110 years to life in a state prison Wednesday after a judge ruled that he was guilty of sexually assaulting an underage girl for a decade starting when she was 13. Colin Michael Harris, 43, was convicted ...


Excerpts from Donald Trump’s campaign stop in Grand Junction

By Gretel Daugherty

Excerpts from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign stop in Grand Junction.  ...

3 in running for district judge

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper will have a second opportunity this year to name a new judge to the Mesa County District Court bench. When he does that, he might recognize at least two of the three names recommended by the 21st Judicial District ...

Mom testifies of son’s hard upbringing

By Gary Harmon

Austin Holzer’s childhood was one of family instability, being passed across the Continental Divide from parent to parent, involvement in drugs and alcohol, sexual assault and failure at school, Holzer’s mother testified ...

Council OKs contract to assess broadband demand

By Amy Hamilton

Would you pay for high-speed internet? The Grand Junction City Council on Wednesday night approved entering into a contract with Nokia/SciFi for the company to determine if demand exists in Grand Junction for high-speed broadband service. If ...

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