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Trial delayed for dad accused in baby’s death

By Dennis Webb

A 10-day trial in the case of a Parachute man accused of killing his infant daughter has been delayed until January, after having been scheduled to start next week. Ninth Judicial District Attorney Sherry Caloia said the delay was granted at ...


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Man arrested after standoff with cops

By Duffy Hayes

A Clifton man who holed up for nearly three hours Wednesday when law enforcement tried to arrest him was wanted for allegedly accelerating at officers and crashing his car while fleeing from police in July. SWAT team officers took Adam ...


Public lands topic among candidates at county forum

By Gary Harmon

Debate over how to tackle social problems in the Grand Valley spilled outside the lines during a Thursday night forum sponsored by the Community Impact Council. Commissioners Rose Pugliese and John Justman injected disagreements with federal ...


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GJ man held in 4-day reign of sexual assault and abuse

By Duffy Hayes

A Grand Junction man out on bond on a number of felony cases was arrested this week on sex assault and other charges, accused of raping a woman multiple times over a four-day period in which he essentially imprisoned the woman with threats and ...


Sports Briefs, Sept. 22, 2016

By Staff

Etc. Classes for hoops refs begin soon Middle school and high school basketball officials are needed for the upcoming seasons. Classes begin Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 6 p.m. at Colorado Mesa University in the Maverick Center room 156. Contact ...


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Donald Trump Jr. visits Grand Junction

By William Woody

Donald Trump Jr., visited the Mesa County Fairground in Grand Junction Thursday to garner support for his father, and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.  ...


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Beloved stories: Books vs. movies or miniseries

By Rachel Sauer

This isn’t necessarily about whether the book is better. (It is.) (Except for “The Godfather.”) (And “Jaws.” And definitely “The Devil Wears Prada.”) (Let’s just agree that it’s ...


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Lines West: Sizzling Mushrooms

By Staff

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Mushrooms When the blue sky turns into a rainy day. When it smells free at night when you are going to bed. Sizzling mushrooms in a pan. Not the burning of fire, but the color of a gray cloud.   — ...


Entertainment in Brief, Sept. 24 - 30

By Staff

Auditions set for upcoming play Open auditions are set for Tuesday, Sept. 27, for the Youth Theatre Project’s production of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr.” These auditions for ages 7–18 will be from ...


No open burning air watch alert issued for Mesa County

By Staff

Forecasts for wind gusts as fast as 65 miles per hour prompted county officials to issue a no open burning air watch alert today. The alert lasts through Friday, according to the Mesa County Health Department. Officials cited concerns that ...


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