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Garfield invokes new state rules for Ursa drilling plan near school

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County commissioners on Monday decided to take advantage of new state rules governing proposed drilling in urban areas in the case of a company’s proposal to drill near Grand Valley High School in the Parachute ...


CenturyLink to offer gigabit internet in GJ

By Amy Hamilton

Internet service provider CenturyLink on Monday announced its plans to offer 1 gigabit broadband service to select businesses that qualify in Grand Junction. Mark Soltes, CenturyLink’s area vice president, public policy and government ...


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Footprints trip up alleged vandal

By Staff

A man who allegedly was at least partially identified by his shoe prints — left clearly in the dust of a fire extinguisher spread as part of a vandalism spree at Orchard Avenue Elementary School — faces potential criminal counts of ...


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Coroner: Rider in fatal motorcycle wreck was drunk

By Erin McIntyre

The man who was killed last week when his dirt bike crashed into a car was not wearing a helmet and had a high blood-alcohol level, according to information released by the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. Grand Junction resident Matthew ...


Blotter, June 28, 2016

By Staff

Ex-wife videos ex-husband allegedly vandalizing truck A 55-year-old Mesa County man accused of driving by his ex-wife’s home multiple times while throwing zip-closed baggies full of motor oil and other substances at her truck could ...


Briefs, June 28, 2016

By Staff

Garfield looking into ‘accidental’ shooting The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office on Monday was continuing to investigate the circumstances behind the shooting of a woman in a parked van south of Glenwood Springs on ...


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Community Hospital seeks to learn lessons at ‘Value U’

By Charles Ashby

There was a time, not long ago, when hospitals and health care providers wouldn’t share information about their best practices. Those days are going away. And with the mindset of keeping such proprietary attitudes at bay, Community ...


Bill seeks release of protected parcels

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton is proposing releasing three areas in Mesa, Delta and Jackson counties from further consideration for designation as wilderness areas, an action he says would get them out of land-management limbo. Tipton’s ...


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Man accused of sexually abusing 2 kids over 6 years

By Gabrielle Porter

A 77-year-old Clifton man accused of sexually abusing two children over a nearly six-year period has been arrested and faces more than 40 criminal charges in the case. Raymond Leonard, 77, was arrested Saturday after one of the children ...


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Mountain biking at Powderhorn

By Dale Shrull

Powderhorn Mountain Resort recently opened three downhill mountain bike trails. The high-speed chair lift is equipped with bike racks to take cyclists to the top of the mountain.  ...


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