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2 companies approved for Jump-Start program

By Gary Harmon

Two Grand Junction companies — one already working to map South America and the other moving ahead with plans to develop oil shale without leaving footprints — won approval for the Colorado Rural Jump-Start program Thursday. The ...


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The day the music died?

By Erin McIntyre

Fans of the Grand Junction Centennial Band were disappointed to discover it wouldn’t be hosting free concerts in Grand Junction city parks this summer, news that was not music to their ears. The 75-person band, which is well-known for ...


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Man found guilty in machete slaying

By Dennis Webb

A jury has found a Carbondale man guilty of first-degree murder after deliberation in last year’s attack with a machete on his common-law wife, which he confessed to while being treated at St. Mary’s Hospital. Arturo ...


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Teen slaying suspect
 will have case moved
 to Larimer County

By Gabrielle Porter

The Berthoud teenager accused in the slaying of his ex-girlfriend will be prosecuted in Larimer County, after his initial arrest by law enforcement in Mesa County on Friday. Tanner Flores, 18, is currently held without bond on suspicion of ...


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City adds parcel to Matchett tract

By Amy Hamilton

The city of Grand Junction will have a little more wiggle room at Matchett Park now that it has purchased a 14-acre parcel from School District 51. The Grand Junction City Council during its Wednesday night meeting formally ratified a ...


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Farmers show their stuff at new market

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The purple foxglove and yellow summer daisies near the parking lot were standing tall and ready to make a good impression on shoppers visiting the new location of the Grand Junction Farm and Ranch Market at Cross Orchards Historic Farm ...


Judge, 2 GJ lawyers up for District Court spot

By Staff

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will choose among two Grand Junction attorneys in private practice and a county judge to replace Mesa County District Judge David Bottger, who is retiring in August. The 21st Judicial District Nominating ...


Business exec
 chides council
 on board picks

By Mike Wiggins

The co-executive director of the Downtown Grand Junction Business Improvement District has taken the City Council to task for rejecting six candidates who applied to serve on the combined BID and Downtown Development Authority board of ...


Grand jury indicts 4 for fraud

By Staff

Four Colorado men face at least 25 years each in connection with schemes in which they sought to defraud banks and the U.S. government of more than $29 million, according to indictments announced on Wednesday. A Grand Junction grand jury ...


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Energy study verifies hunch

By Dennis Webb

Well flowback operations accounted for the greatest air pollution emissions from oil and gas development in a landmark Garfield County study, according to results released Tuesday. The research by a Colorado State University team measured ...


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