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Hautzinger backs Quick for state attorney general

By Charles Ashby

Pete Hautzinger, the Republican district attorney for Mesa County, isn’t in the same political party as Don Quick, the Democrat running for Colorado attorney general. But that means little to the two longtime friends and ...


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Ex-cop to serve sentence in Mesa County

By Paul Shockley

A former undersheriff of Montezuma County convicted of public corruption was given the choice of where he’d want to serve a possible jail sentence, according to a published report. Robin Cronk, 43, apparently chose Mesa County and was ...


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Ancient remedies provide modern therapies

By Greg Ruland

People who seek treatment from experts in Chinese medicine are finding it easier to locate the specialists they need, according to one of Grand Junction’s leading complementary health care providers. The reason is large, nationally ...


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Pugliese to lose locks for 
a cause

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County Commissioner Rose Pugliese plans to shed some or all of her hair later this month to raise money for children with cancer as a participant in the annual St. Baldrick’s Foundation charity head-shaving event. Volunteers will ...


Death Notices, June 3, 2014

By Staff

■ Deborah A. Allies, 64, Grand Junction, died May 29, 2014, at her home. Services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.
Survivors include her husband, Wayne; one daughter, Andrea; her mother, Mary ...


Search continues for kayaker missing along Crystal River

By Dennis Webb

A search continued Monday for a 39-year-old man two days after his kayak overturned in the Crystal River outside Marble in Gunnison County. The Gunnison County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man as Uriah Shaffer, and gave his ...


Blotter, June 3, 2014

By Staff

Man flees after crash Matthew Hamlet, 47, was arrested early Monday on suspicion of multiple charges after officers responded to a report of a pickup traveling eastbound in westbound traffic lanes on North Avenue around North 16th Street, ...


Judge nixes lawsuit by ex-employee of airport

By Paul Shockley

A federal judge dismissed a civil lawsuit Monday filed by a former employee at the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority, who claimed she was forced out in the face of threats to expose corruption. Donna VanLandingham, the former airport ...


Search continues for missing kayaker

By Dennis Webb

A search continues for a 39-year-old man two days after his kayak overturned in the Crystal River outside Marble in Gunnison County. The Gunnison County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man as Uriah Shaffer of Grand Junction based on ...


Email letters, June 2, 2014

By Staff

Little being done to solve climate issues in Grand Valley Well, it’s officially summer and with summer, comes heat waves. In my twenty years of living here, I have noticed a new pattern: summer brings drought with little or no ...


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