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Wife of suspect testifies at trial

By Gabrielle Porter

The wife of the man accused of killing Grand Junction mother and call girl Paige Birgfeld said she was in another state the week Birgfeld went missing nine years ago, but that she talked to her husband by phone twice a day every day while she ...


Blotter, Aug. 3, 2016

By Staff

Tip leads cops to drug arrest A tipster alerting authorities to an alleged drug deal led to the arrest of a Grand Junction man on suspicion of drug distribution and money laundering charges. A deputy with the Mesa County Sheriff’s ...


Bill Clinton to appear at private Park City fundraiser

By The AP

PARK CITY, Utah — A local Democratic official says former President Bill Clinton will be in Utah this month on a fundraising stop for his wife’s presidential campaign. Summit County Democratic chairman Glenn Wright said Tuesday ...


Polis donates $25K to group pushing oil, gas amendment

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

DENVER — Democratic Rep. Jared Polis has given $25,000 to a group pushing to allow local government more say over energy production. Polis gave the money to Yes for Local Control Over Oil and Gas, according to campaign finance ...


Entertainment briefs: Aug. 5–11

By Staff

Art Center plans two guest lectures Visiting Artist Lectures are planned this month at The Art Center, 1803 N. Seventh St. ■ The Life and Times of Bill van Gilder will be at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12. The professional potter began ...


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Several art galleries around town

By Tammy Gemaehlich

It’s not official until the official opening, so the Veterans Art Center will host an “official” opening celebration from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6, at the center, 307 S. 12th St. The center is marking its third ...


Jackpot ticket holder wins $25k a year for life

By Dennis Webb

A recent visitor to a Roaring Fork Valley grocery store may be more inclined to splurge on steaks on future shopping trips following success in a Colorado Lottery game. Colorado Lottery says that two weeks after it launched Lucky for Life, ...


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Music Scene: Augustus and other area shows set for Aug. 5–11

By Tammy Gemaehlich

With a resume of shows featuring high profile Colorado venues and a reputation of relentless touring, Boulder-based rock trio Augustus brings its late summer tour to Fruita. The show will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5, at the Cavalcade, 201 ...


Fishing limits lifted on reservoir before water is drained

By The AP

DELTA — Anglers with a Colorado fishing license can take all the fish they want from a western Colorado reservoir before the water is drained for repair work. Colorado Parks and Wildlife said Tuesday it will lift fishing limits on Big ...


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Council debating how to pay for road repairs

By Katie Langford

To those who regularly drive over cracked, uneven pavement on Horizon Drive or dodge potholes on First Street, it’s clear that Grand Junction’s roads need significant repairs. City Council members debated Monday how to fund those ...


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