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DA: Father, son in Molina to rob

By Gabrielle Porter

The two men accused of shooting three Molina residents Wednesday night are a father and son duo with lengthy criminal histories, who law enforcement believe traveled to Colorado “for the express purpose” of robbing their victims, a ...


Fruita wins grant to connect trail to Kokopelli

By Amy Hamilton

Fruita can now stop wishing they could connect a trail to the Kokopelli trail head. Thanks to a $2 million grant from Great Outdoors Colorado, Fruita can get to work on making the trail a reality. “This trail impacts so many pieces of ...


Briefs, Oct. 8, 2016

By Staff

New access to Montrose County road New changes are ahead for motorists who access Government Springs Road in Montrose, from U.S. Highway 550.  The access for Government Springs Road is permanently closed as paving operations are ...


Wagner stepping down from airport authority board

By Gary Harmon

Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority board member Rick Wagner resigned Friday from the board, leaving an opening that Mesa County now must fill. Wagner, who was appointed to the board in the summer of 2013, said he was leaving the board ...


BLM may ban exploding targets in Colorado

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management is proposing prohibiting the use of exploding targets on land it manages in Colorado because of the wildfire threat they pose. The prohibition is one of a number of supplementary rules the agency’s Colorado ...


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Paralympian has the ride stuff

By Amy Hamilton

Willie Stewart thinks people appear to be taken aback when they see a disabled person because they briefly consider what it would be like to be disabled. Yet, if you do become disabled, “You’re going to wish you knew him,” ...


State taking over program to help with heating bills

By Erin McIntyre

As the overnight low temperatures dip down into the 30s, it has some Mesa County residents thinking about when to turn up their thermostats. Some brace themselves for increased heating costs that come with a chilly winter, and others simply ...


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Check out great art at Downtown Art Festival

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The inaugural Downtown Art Festival will take over downtown for two days beginning with First Friday art events on Friday, Oct. 7. The public is invited visit Grand Junction art galleries and participating businesses. There will be plenty of ...


Rest of Beulah fire evacuees being allowed home Friday

By The AP

BEULAH, Colo. — The rest of the people evacuated by a wildfire that destroyed eight homes in southern Colorado are being allowed back home. Because of progress made fighting the Beulah Hill Fire, the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office ...


The world’s most valuable fish

By Greg Walcher

The beauty and bright colors of tropical fish grace many an aquarium, and some people are so into the hobby that they collect the rarest fish. That requires both a fascination with creatures of the deep, and a healthy bank account. Collectors ...


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