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Colorado Mesa football box, Oct. 1, 2016

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 20, CSU-Pueblo 19 Saturday at Stocker Stadium CSU-Pueblo 3 10 3 3 — 19 Colorado Mesa 3 0 3 14 — 20 First Quarter CSUP—Nathan Taylor 33 field goal, 9:13 CMU—Ryan Sheehan 26 field goal, 5:45 Second ...

CMU defeats CSU Pueblo in thrilling RMAC game

By William Woody

After falling behind early, the Colorado Mesa University Mavericks battled back with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to defeat RMAC rival CSU Pueblo, 20-19, in front of a full house at Stocker Stadium.  ...

Sheriff confirms deceased person found Friday is missing Craig man

By The AP

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office confirmed today that the man they found dead a few miles west of Lands End Road on Friday is Scott Burke, whose disappearance prompted three days of searching by authorities. His death is still under ...

Colorado gives marijuana candy a new look to avoid confusion

By The AP

DENVER — Wondering if that brownie contains pot? Colorado has you covered. A requirement that edible marijuana products come with a diamond-shaped stamp and the letters T-H-C — not just on the packaging but on the brownies, ...

Jury acquits Colorado Springs police officer accused of excessive force

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A jury has acquitted a Colorado Springs police officer accused of choking, kicking and punching a man during a traffic crash investigation. The Gazette reports jurors found Sgt. Steven Biscaro not guilty Friday of ...

Man, woman charged in I-70 rest area stabbing case

By Dennis Webb

Two suspects have been extradited from Texas and charged in connection with an alleged stabbing and robbery involving two Ohio sisters at an Interstate 70 rest area east of Glenwood Springs last year. Delbert Willeford Jr., 55, also known as ...


High bond set for suspect in woman’s assault

By Gabrielle Porter

A 33-year-old man with a history of domestic violence was given a $50,000 cash-only bond Friday after he fled from police responding to a report that he assaulted a woman. Charles Kaleb Vanlandingham is accused of attacking a woman who he was ...

Business-dissolution fee drops from $25 to $10

By Charles Ashby

Starting today, the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office is reducing the fee it charges to dissolve a business. The fee will go down from the current $25 to $10. Secretary of State Wayne Williams said the office is able to reduce those ...


Woman hits man with dart, police say

By Gabrielle Porter

A woman accused of shooting a blowgun dart into a man’s back at the height of an argument Wednesday afternoon was surprised to find herself jailed and facing a felony assault charge. Lauren Alicia Clark, 49, was arrested Wednesday after ...

Blotter, Oct. 1, 2016

By Staff

Door quarrel ends in charge A Grand Junction man faces a felony menacing charge after allegedly introducing an ax into an argument with his roommate gone awry. Thomas Charles Siddell, 34, was arrested Thursday afternoon after his roommate ...

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