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House District 55: Thurlow vs. Kennedy

By Charles Ashby

There are two candidates for House District 55, which primarily includes the city of Grand Junction. The winner would replace Rep. Ray Scott, the Republican candidate for Senate District 7. Dan Thurlow, 66, is the Republican candidate in the ...


Man charged in ATV crash

By Rachel Sauer

A Grand Junction man has been arrested on charges he killed his friend in a drunken-driving all-terrain vehicle accident in the desert north of Grand Junction last month. William Jason Baca, 48, made his first appearance in court this week ...


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King resolution 
expected soon, lawyer predicts

By Mike Wiggins

Attorneys in the felony fraud case against state Sen. Steve King told a judge Thursday they expect the case to be resolved soon, an indication that a guilty plea could be forthcoming. “I think sometime in the next two (court) ...


Sheriff joins list of Lewis supporters for top lawman

By Charles Ashby

Sheriff Rebecca Spiess has added her name to the list of former and current law enforcement officials who are endorsing Matt Lewis for Mesa County sheriff. Spiess, who took over the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office when Sheriff Stan Hilkey ...


Worker killed at Cyclone rig

By Staff

An employee with Cyclone Drilling died Tuesday in an accident while working on a Cyclone rig up Parachute Creek. The man’s death occurred about 7 p.m. on a rig drilling for WPX Energy, said WPX spokeswoman Susan Alvillar. She said the ...


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Winter delays ahead

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Department of Transportation doesn’t want to see a repeat of last February’s perfect storm. That occurred Feb. 9, when up to 30 inches of snow fell on Loveland Pass amid winds gusting to 30 mph, all on the worst day ...


Sleep aid given to at least one at Montrose day-care center

By Duffy Hayes

Montrose police are still investigating an incident at a day care center Wednesday, in which an employee administered at least one non-child dose of an over-the-counter sleep aid to one of the children. The incident — promptly reported ...


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United front on Roan

By Dennis Webb

Gov. John Hickenlooper, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton and both of Colorado’s U.S. senators on Wednesday called in a joint letter for federal approval of a proposed settlement to the Roan Plateau drilling dispute, in the latest indication of ...


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County seeks stipends for 
mental health legal expenses

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County officials plan to begin billing other counties for time its attorney’s office expends on mental health cases involving patients from outside counties, as total case filings have nearly tripled in the last three years. As a ...


Few residents taking advantage of same-day voter registration

By Staff

Nine Mesa County residents received ballots as of Wednesday under the state’s new same-day voter registration law, county elections officials said. Of the nine, two cast ballots immediately and seven took home mail-in ballots, Mesa ...


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