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Mass stabbing suspect arrested; claims he can’t recall crime

By Paul Shockley

A military veteran diagnosed with deployment-related mental health disorders claimed during a law enforcement interview he has no memory of wielding a hammer and stabbing four people who were celebrating July 4 fireworks, which apparently ...


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Flea market on North Avenue

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Several vendors from the Grand Junction Flea Market and Swap Meet on South Seventh Street have moved some merchandise to North Avenue in an effort to advertise the weekend meet. “There are a lot of people who still don’t know that ...


Insider’s guide to mid-summer fishing in the Gunnison Basin

By Guest Columnist

By JOEL EVANS GUNNISON — The summer fishing is very good on the Gunnison River. Mark Williams of Dan’s Fly Shop in downtown Gunnison said the best fishing now and for a few weeks is the Neversink and Coopers Ranch section of the ...


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Trail users can give back with committee service

By Dave Buchanan

Sometimes, you have give a little to enjoy a lot. A lot of trails, in this case, and giving means volunteering for the area’s State Trails Committee. The district committees are part of the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife, and ...


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Why fish just one of the Gunnison’s three unique sections?

By Guest Columnist

By JOEL EVANS MONTROSE — Do you want the complete package? One local cable company temptingly offers the “Triple Play,” a complete-package deal for all three services they offer. Interested in an even better deal? Try this ...


Winners of county fair wine competition undoubtedly are ‘drinkable’

By Dave Buchanan

Can’t say that I’ve seen all the results of the wine judging for the Mesa County Fair. As I write this, it’s still a Big Secret, since no one outside of the judges is supposed to know the results until the fair begins on ...


Western lawmakers question federal leasing reform

By The AP

DENVER — Senators from Utah and Wyoming are questioning whether federal oil and gas leasing reforms are being used to block energy development in the West. Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah sent a letter Monday to Interior Secretary Ken ...


Man loses bid to use marijuana while on probation

By The AP

ASPEN — A judge says a man convicted of breaking into an Aspen pharmacy to try to steal oxycodone can’t use marijuana for medicinal purposes while on probation. The Aspen Times reports 23-year-old Nathan Benner had sought ...


Weather service issues Colorado flood advisories

By The AP

DENVER — The National Weather Service has issued flood advisories for some Colorado rivers because of the chance of more thunderstorms. The weather service said today flooding is possible on the South Platte near Kersey, the Colorado ...


Lochmiller abused cash of investors, stepson says

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The owner of Valley Investments in Grand Junction used millions of dollars in investor funds to pay for a condo in Mexico, new vehicles, back taxes, personal credit-card payments and even hush money, his stepson testified Tuesday. Philip Rand ...


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