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Foster family 
in baby’s death 
not fully vetted

By Duffy Hayes

A “systemic” problem with how Mesa County assesses risk in foster families with whom small children are to be placed was a contributing factor in the 2014 death of 11-month-old Angel Place, according to a recently released state ...


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National study of real estate health dims enthusiasm for Grand Junction market

By Greg Ruland

Despite a steady rise in single-family home prices and a steep drop in foreclosures, a national index of housing market health concluded Grand Junction’s market fell ill in the first quarter, showing symptoms worse than all but two of ...


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Weekly Calendar, April 3, 2016

By Staff

April 3 Western Colorado Atheists and Freethinkers, 3 p.m. first Sunday of each month, Trailhead Coffee Bar and Cafe, 413 Monument Road, 216-9842. Celebrate Senior Appreciation Day, 7:30 a.m.–1 p.m. Monday, Fruita Community Center, ...


Pedestrian killed overnight near I-70B and 31 1/2 Road

By Staff

A 26-year-old man from Wisconsin was killed early Saturday after he was struck in the roadway near the intersection of the Interstate 70 Business Loop and 31 1/2 Road in Clifton, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The man, whose identity ...


Miley, Bergman strong in short outings for Mariners, Rockies

By The AP

PEORIA, Ariz. — Wade Miley tuned up for the regular season with three solid innings in the Seattle Mariners’ 1-1 nine-inning tie with the Colorado Rockies on Friday night. Miley, Seattle’s No. 3 starter, allowed a run on ...


Black Canyon of the Gunnison road opening for the season

By The AP

MONTROSE — The South Rim Road at Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is opening for the season. The National Park Service says road crews worked for a week to clear the heavy snow for today’s opening. Officials say recent ...


Drainage board collecting fees
as chamber questions legality

By Gary Harmon

The Grand Valley Drainage District has collected $10,000 so far in stormwater collection fees, even before most district residents have opened their invoices, the drainage district said. The bills mark the beginning of the district’s ...


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Homeless man held in massive pot grow

By Mike Wiggins

A homeless man has been arrested after authorities found more than 100 marijuana plants growing in a garage at his ex-wife’s house. Mesa County sheriff’s deputies say they found John Jacob Germany, 33, curled up in the fetal ...


Club 20 concensus: No to ColoradoCare

By Gary Harmon

Club 20 on Friday weighed in against a ballot measure that would establish a single-payer health care system in Colorado. The board of the Western Slope lobbying and promotional organization voted to oppose Amendment 69 on the November ballot ...


Blotter, April 2, 2016

By Staff

Theft, trespass alleged A 36-year-old man appeared before a Mesa County judge Friday, accused of taking a bat into a residence he was formerly restricted from entering. He then allegedly burglarized a camper on the property. A person who ...


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