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Meeker man arrested in shooting death

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A Meeker man could face a manslaughter charge in connection to the shooting death of another Meeker man last week, Ninth Judicial District Attorney Martin Beeson said Thursday. Neil James Joy, 30, was arrested Tuesday following an interview ...


Man charged in sex assaults of boy and girl

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of sexually assaulting a young girl and boy over several years. Aaron “Jason” Dotson, 33, 2778 Grant Court, was advised Thursday by County Judge Gretchen Larson he has been ...


Sanity again questioned, as new trial set in GJ stabbing

By Paul Shockley

Eight years and more than a dozen doctor reports after the fact, a Grand Junction man Thursday was ordered to stand trial a second time on charges that he stabbed another man 27 times during a home burglary. Through his public defender, Troy ...


Affidavit: Man taped girls using toilet

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man who was arrested Wednesday admitted he hid his cellphone in a bathroom to record a pair of girls as they used the toilet, according to an arrest affidavit. Amilcar Garcia, 51, 3256 Cardenas Drive, Unit B, was arrested by Mesa ...

Supercommittee smart and capable, Udall says

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U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., sought to be on the debt-reduction supercommittee established in the budget deal reached this summer. Udall wasn’t appointed to the 12-member panel, but he praised the members of Congress who were, as did ...

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Quail first introduced to this area in 1890s

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When I am driving around in the country, it is always a pleasure to see a mama quail leading her babies along the way. I had assumed all these years — and we all know that you should never do that — that quail were indigenous to ...

Fall sports practices get going in full next week

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Several high school student-athletes are participating in camps this week, but Monday the fall sports season begins for real. Cross country, football, boys soccer, softball, boys tennis and volleyball begin practice Monday. Boys golf began ...

Sports Briefs, Aug. 11, 2011

By Staff

Prep Golf Palisade ties for sixth in first tourney Palisade finished tied for sixth place Thursday in the Grand Valley Invitational at Battlement Mesa Golf Club. The Bulldogs were led by Kyler Smith, who finished with an 80. Skyler Miller ...

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Ice Age mammals to follow popular T.rex into museum

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The tyrannosaurus that came to Fruita this summer attracted plenty of interest. As a result, the Museum of Western Colorado decided it will bring in another attraction to lure more visitors to Dinosaur Journey in Fruita next ...

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Freshman CB Price may challenge for a starting spot

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Jordan Price’s new teammates saw him play for the first time Thursday and quickly came up with his nickname. Price, now known as “Texas” to his Colorado Mesa University teammates, impressed them with his speed and agility on ...

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