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Blotter, May 12, 2015

By Staff

Prostitution alleged Two Grand Junction police officers issued summonses last week to a suspected prostitute and her client at the Ramada Inn, 752 Horizon Drive. After receiving a tip that prostitution might be going on in a room at the ...


Death Notices, May 12, 2015

By Staff

■ Mary Lurelle Adams, 78, Grand Junction, died May 9, 2015, at HopeWest Care Center. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Clifton Christian Church. Ms. Adams was a retired accountant. Survivors include her husband, Robert VanMatre; ...


Judge faults approvals of 2 coal mines

By Dennis Webb

A judge has ruled that the federal government illegally approved expansions of two mines that supply Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association’s Craig coal-fired power plant. Judge R. Brooke Jackson, with the U.S. District Court ...


Deputy shoots knife-wielding man in Colorado Springs shop

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Springs police say a man shot and wounded by a sheriff’s deputy in a Hobby Lobby was a knife-wielding escaped prisoner. According to a statement from spokeswoman Lt. Catherine Buckley, the 48-year-old ...


Eastern Colorado gets chance to dry out after spring storm

By The AP

DENVER — Roads and schools were closed in eastern Colorado after a spring storm brought rain, snow and flooding over the weekend, and while sunny skies on Monday signaled the start of a break, officials were keeping a close eye on high ...


Singer misses court date for baggage carousel joy ride

By The AP

DENVER — A band’s lead singer has missed a court date after being arrested for riding the oversized luggage carousel at the Denver International Airport last month. KMGH-TV reports that “Puddle of Mudd” lead singer Wes ...


Email letters, May 11, 2015

By Staff

Avalon Theatre’s poor management created fiasco at box office I attended the wonderful magic show performed by Jay Owenhouse on Friday night but was appalled by the box office fiasco. Because the on-line ticket vendor, TicketsWest, did ...


TABOR throws big wrench into legislative deals

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — This year’s session of the Colorado Legislature addressed some significant issues, but many of them didn’t survive the 120-day session that ended last week. Those that came up short include funding for contraception ...


Court: Craig-area mine expansions illegally approved

By Dennis Webb

A judge has ruled that the federal government illegally approved expansions of two mines that supply Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association’s Craig coal-fired power plant. Judge R. Brooke Jackson, with the U.S. District Court ...


Man’s body pulled from canal near Loma

By Staff

Authorities are working to identify a man’s body recovered Sunday morning from a canal near Loma. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office was called just after 9 a.m. Sunday on a report of a body — reportedly discovered by a canal ...


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