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One-third of Grand Junction voters have returned ballots

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction voters are on pace with recent historical voting trends, with about 33 percent of voters already having turned in their ballots for today’s election featuring two measures and four City Council races. Since 2009, with ...


Death Notices, April 4, 2017

By Staff

■ Janice Bishop, 81, Grand Junction, died April 2, 2017, in Grand Junction. No services are planned at this time. She was a teacher. Survivors include her husband, William; one son, Daniel Woods of Grand Junction; two daughters, ...


Lawmakers dispute insurance bill’s intent

By Charles Ashby

Republicans claimed the bill would prevent a third party from filing a lawsuit seeking double damages against an insurer without the policyholder’s consent. Democrats say it also prevents a policyholder from assigning an insurance claim ...


DA opens investigation into county’s budgeting practices

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein has opened an investigation into the budgeting practices of the county, though he cautioned that other investigations, such as those into violent crimes, still take precedent. “The fact that ...


County budget deficit shrinks as cutbacks begin

By Gary Harmon

A series of budget adjustments have taken some of the heat off the troubled Mesa County budget, one of which gives the clerk’s office needed breathing room. Other offices on Monday started personnel reductions. The Mesa County ...


News Brief, April 4, 2017

By Staff

Man dies in single-vehicle wreck on I-70 A 65-year-old Littleton man died Sunday afternoon as a result of a single-car accident on Interstate 70 near New Castle. Colorado State Patrol Trooper Nate Reid said Timmes was driving a 1999 Jeep ...


Blotter, April 4, 2017

By Staff

Man tells police he was assaulted in his own home A 22-year-old Colorado Mesa University student is facing burglary and assault charges after being accused of breaking into a house and attacking a man who lived there early Sunday ...


Health brief, April 4, 2017

By Staff

Group is for peripheral, idiopathic neuropathy A new support group for people dealing with peripheral and idiopathic neuropathy meets the first Tuesday of every month at the Church of the Nativity, 2175 Broadway on the Redlands, across from ...


Governors from 4 marijuana states ask to be left alone

By The AP

DENVER — Governors from the first four states to legalize recreational marijuana are asking the Trump administration to let the pot experiments continue. The governors of Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington say that marijuana ...


Email Letters: March 20, 2017

By Staff

Commissioners need to take a hard look at open burning I believe that the Mesa County commissioners are at a crossroads now with regard to open burning. The city of Grand Junction has taken meaningful and reasonable steps to reduce open ...


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