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Girl says she agreed to sex with 1 teen, then group attacked

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — A sixth teen has been arrested in a sexual assault at a suburban Denver party, where a girl said she agreed to have sex with one of the boys before he and five others attacked her. The last suspect was taken into custody ...


Potential theater shooting juror released after pulling hair

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — A judge overseeing the Colorado theater shooting trial dismissed a potential juror who tore out her hair when told she would have to return for further questioning. The woman broke down Tuesday outside the courtroom and ...


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Music Scene: Dirty Heads and other area shows from Feb. 6–12

By Tammy Gemaehlich

For four weeks in a row, the Dirty Heads’ “Sound of Change” video has been voted No. 1 in the Top 10 Video Countdown at Diffuser.FM. The website, where the public votes on its favorite alternative/indie rock videos each ...


Email letters, February 4, 2015

By Staff

Horizon Drive needs more signage and more crosswalks I am a life long resident of Grand Junction. One of the first things we were taught in elementary school was how to safely cross streets. For years my route to work was south on 7th Street. ...


Boy hurt when bottle with acid explodes in Highlands Ranch

By The AP

HIGHLANDS RANCH — The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says a child suffered minor injuries when a plastic bottle he found in a park exploded. Spokesman Ron Hanavan says the child was playing with friends in Dad Clark Park on ...


Denver flight delays averaging an hour due to snow

By The AP

DENVER — Flights are being delayed by an average of about an hour at Denver’s airport because of snow. The airport is expected to get up to 4 inches of snow Wednesday, most of it before noon. Airport spokeswoman Laura Coale says ...


District 51 calendar options mulled

By Emily Shockley

District 51 School Board members have two weeks to decide between three 2015-16 calendar models presented to them Tuesday at a board work session. One calendar scenario mirrors this year’s schedule, with an earlier start date of Aug. 3, ...


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New Top Chef: Jackson Oviatt at Spoons bistro

By Dixie Burmeister

I recently sat down with Jackson Oviatt, who became the executive chef at Spoons bistro and bakery in December. Spoons, 3090 N. 12th St., is a great place to eat if you like a comfortable, warm and welcoming atmosphere that highlights fresh, ...


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Beloved Grand Junction civic leader wins service club’s highest honor

By Gary Harmon

“Tillie Bishop epitomizes what the Lions stand for.” That was the theme, summed up by former Mesa County District Attorney Terry Farina, that ran through accolades for the former legislator, college administrator, county ...


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Trio in spotlight of airport probe

By Staff

Alleged fraud, money laundering and theft involving the leadership of Grand Junction Regional Airport is the subject of an ongoing federal investigation that started in February 2012, while centering on “fraudulent activity” by at ...


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