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Tucker: Left cremains not her fault

By Erin McIntyre

Debbie Tucker says she’s not responsible for any of the 170 cremains found in the basement of the funeral home she formerly owned with her late husband. Though she operated Montrose Valley Funeral Home for four years after Frank Tucker ...


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VA christens parking garage

By Greg Ruland

It took about two years, more than $9 million and the excavation of around 300 yards of contaminated soil, but a two-story parking garage at the Grand Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center is complete, providing some much-needed additional ...


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Court: Timing issues doomed Pitton petition

By Katie Langford

The Colorado Supreme Court announced Monday that petitioners in the case of school board member Paul Pitton’s election eligibility did not file their challenge at the right time, and therefore the November school board election was ...


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Alleged drunken driver injures 83-year-old in hit-and-run

By Mike Wiggins

A Grand Junction man whose driver’s license was revoked earlier this year for a drunken-driving offense was arrested Sunday night after he allegedly struck an 83-year-old pedestrian at Grand Junction Regional Airport and fled the scene ...


JUCO World Series will go on without banquet speaker

By Dale Shrull

Up until 8 a.m. Monday, the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series Committee was working toward securing a keynote speaker for Friday’s tournament banquet. But after all options were considered and eliminated, the committee decided to ...


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McDermott region’s pitcher of the year, 5 CMU players receive honors

By Patti Arnold

Five Colorado Mesa baseball players have received South Central Region honors, with two first-team players, making them eligible for All-America consideration. Right-handed pitcher JR McDermott, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference freshman ...


Rifle golfer Walters in contention at Class 4A state tournament

By Staff

Rifle High School sophomore Elly Walters is in contention for an individual state title after her 6-over-par 78 on Monday left her three strokes off the lead after the first day of the Class 4A State Championships at Pueblo Country ...


Colorado roadless rule slowed down

By Gary Harmon

Completion of environmental review of the coal-mining exception to the Colorado Roadless Rule, due this spring, has been pushed back to the fall, said U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., who said he is pressing for an explanation. The Office of ...


Engineering building at CMU to be funded with $15 million loan

By Katie Langford

Colorado Mesa University’s Board of Trustees approved borrowing $15 million on Monday to build a new engineering building, which will also serve as the new location of the John McConnell Math and Science Center. CMU will borrow $15 ...


Health Brief, May 24, 2016

By Staff

Dr. Andreoletti named TopDentist for 7th time Fruita dentist Gary Andreoletti has been named a 5280 magazine TopDentist for the seventh time. He will be featured in the June edition of the magazine for being chosen by his peers as a ...


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