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Biz Briefcase: March 5, 2015

By Staff

Award-winning author talks on creating characters Saturday Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Western Slope hosts a free workshop from 9:15 a.m. to noon Saturday at Grand Junction Business Incubator Center, 2591 Legacy Way. Award-winning author ...


Biz Buzz: March 5, 2015

By Staff

Hipster athletes with all the moves have marked their calendars for the March 21 “Silo Games,” a contest offering $500 to the first competitor to “overcome and successfully accomplish every set of events and courses” at ...


Blotter, March 5, 2015

By Staff

Psilocybin sale alleged An undercover officer with the Western Colorado Drug Task Force twice bought psilocybin mushrooms from a Colorado Mesa University student, an arrest affidavit for the student arrested says. Daniel Powell, 29, is ...


Council OKs contracts
for Las Colonias Park

By Amy Hamilton

The Grand Junction City Council approved construction contracts Wednesday for what will become the city’s largest park. City councilors approved spending for two separate initial projects for Las Colonias, a 101-acre park near the ...


Death notices, March 5, 2015

By Staff

■ John Atnip, 83, Grand Junction, died March 3, 2015, at his home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Evergreen Funeral Home chapel in Colorado Springs, with interment beginning at noon at Evergreen Cemetery. He is survived by his ...


Murder suspect out of hospital, in court

By Dennis Webb

A wheelchair-bound Carbondale man was released from a Grand Junction hospital today and taken to a Garfield County courtroom, where a judge advised him prosecutors are considering filing a first-degree murder charge against him in the stabbing ...


Passengers use emergency slides after landing in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — Passengers on an American Airlines flight from Charlotte, North Carolina, were forced to slide off the plane on emergency chutes soon after landing in Denver on Wednesday. The plane, operated by U.S. Airways, was taxiing to the ...


Snow melts, warmer temps in store for valley

By Mike Wiggins

The light blanket of snow that greeted most Grand Valley residents when they awakened this morning has melted, and a prolonged stretch of warmer weather is on its way. After an inch or so of snow fell in the valley Tuesday night and lingered ...


Shots required after family takes in rabid kitten

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — At least 20 people who came in contact with a stray kitten that came down with rabies after being taken in by a Colorado Springs family were forced to get shots. Justin Jovel said the 6-month-old kitten had been ...


Colorado considers additional police oversight

By The AP

DENVER — Democrats are spearheading a package of legislation aimed at expanding oversight of Colorado law enforcement and placing limits on their power, a response to allegations of excessive force both in the state and nationally. The ...


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