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Burn ban on GJ council docket

By Amy Hamilton

Springtime air in the Grand Valley may be a little less smoky and backyard fires a little safer next year as the Grand Junction City Council is poised to change its outdoor burning ordinance. Councilors will officially decide on the changes ...


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Testimony upends man’s plea deal

By Gabrielle Porter

A judge this week rejected a plea deal for a 25-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting a woman in January after hearing a tearful statement by the victim in court. Alexis Miranda-Ruiz’s agreement stipulated that he plead guilty to ...


State revenue likely to exceed TABOR limits

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Colorado is pulling in ample money, but doesn’t have enough to fund everything, state lawmakers said Tuesday. That’s because state revenue is expected to exceed caps set under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights to ...


Officials take first steps to open shooting range near Cameo

By Gary Harmon

Shooters will soon be able to take aim at Palisade’s new Cameo shooting range in De Beque Canyon while planning continues for the development of a top-line range. By setting up some shooting benches on the site, officials hope to ...


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Man shot himself, police say

By Charles Ashby

A Clifton man was jailed Sunday on multiple counts related to a shooting incident near a park adjacent to Rocky Mountain Elementary School on D¾ Road. Andrew Cassi Baca, 18, allegedly shot himself in the leg while running away from ...


Tougher DUI law in Colorado boosts prison populations

By The AP

DENVER — A new get-tough DUI law in Colorado is reversing a decline in prisons populations, state lawmakers learned Tuesday in a briefing by economists. Colorado closed three prisons in the last 10 years and was anticipating closing ...


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Quick Picks: ‘The Nutckracker’; ‘The Grrrinch, A Christmas in Whoville’

By Ann Wright

Friday and Saturday, Dec. 23–24 On tip toe Don’t miss this chance to see “The Nutcracker” performed by Absolute Dance and Performing Arts. With 80 local dancers and two guest dancers — Sayaka Ishibashi and ...


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Music Scene: Cary Morin and other area shows set for Dec. 23–29

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Colorado Blues Champion Cary Morin is touring in advance of the release of his new CD, “Cradle to the Grave.” Described as “one of the best acoustic pickers on the scene today,” Morin will perform at 8:30 p.m. Friday, ...


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Police: Suspect tied to robbery

By Duffy Hayes

A man charged with first-degree murder following a brazen stabbing in a North Avenue trailer park on Dec. 5 is also accused of a convenience store robbery two days later, according to law enforcement. Terrence Eugene Richardson, 21, was ...


Death notices, Dec. 21, 2016

By Staff

■ Lee J. Bates, 53, Grand Junction, died Dec. 15, 2016, in Grand Junction. No services are planned at this time. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps. Survivors include his wife, Cindy L.; two daughters, Brenda A. Colbeth of Grand ...


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