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Biz Buzz, July 31, 2016

By Staff

A dentist practicing in the shadow of Colorado Mesa University for 20 years is moving to another part of town, the result of a deal to sell his property to the university that was years in the making. Craig Droskin DDS has operated his ...


DA: Denver officers justified in shooting man with BB gun

By The AP

DENVER — Prosecutors say police were justified when they shot a man who pointed a gun at officers from the balcony of a downtown Denver apartment. Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey says the three officers involved in the shooting ...


Chatwood, Gonzalez lead Rockies over Mets for 4th win in row

By The AP

NEW YORK — The road to success for Tyler Chatwood is pitching on the road. The Colorado right-hander hasn’t lost away from Coors Field in 13 starts since July 2013, and he has an idea why that may be. Chatwood threw seven ...


‘Good Samaritan shot by motorist’ actually shot himself, sheriff says

By Gabrielle Porter

A man who claimed to have been shot by a motorist he’d stopped to help on Colorado Highway 13 north of Rifle earlier this month actually shot himself, the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office said Friday. The 31-year-old man, who has ...


Health insurer laying off staff to reduce costs

By Gary Harmon

More than 30 Rocky Mountain Health Plans employees received layoff notices on Friday as the insurer took steps to reduce costs as part of a company retrenchment. An exact number was unavailable, but officials said the layoff numbers were in ...


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1st Mesa County felony DUI: guilty

By Gabrielle Porter

A Clifton woman convicted in April of her seventh impaired driving conviction was sentenced to three years in a low-security community corrections facility Friday by Mesa County District Court Judge Valerie Robison in a decision the district ...


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Councilor hired for broadband project

By Gary Harmon

A Grand Junction city councilor is taking over the effort to expand broadband in a six-county area of the Western Slope. Chris Kennedy will continue living in Grand Junction while working as broadband project director for Region 10, a ...


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Man suspected of molesting at-risk girl

By Mike Wiggins

A Grand Junction man has been arrested on allegations that he sexually assaulted a 12-year-old autistic girl. Joshua Strider Johnson, 37, could be charged with felony counts of sexual assault on an at-risk juvenile and third-degree assault on ...


Cows, July 30, 2016

By Staff

Delta Sales Yard Inc.: Market report for July 28: Steers: 400 to 500 lbs., $1.55 to $1.70; 500 to 600 lbs., $1.50 to $1.62; 600 to 700 lbs., $1.40 to $1.57; 700 to 800 lbs., $1.34 to $1.45; 800 to 900 lbs., $1.33 to $1.42; 900 to 1,000 lbs., ...


The fact that mosquitoes don’t follow regulations really bites

By Gary McCallister

So I got to thinking about mosquitoes. There was no particular reason, other than a fear for my life. I don’t think exsanguination is particularly painful, but itching to death is an awful way to go. It’s messy, too. Humans have ...


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