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Cory Gardner opts out of Donald Trump’s coronation

By Guest Columnist

By Mike Littwin The Colorado Independent I have to give Cory Gardner credit. When faced with a choice, he stood up — or actually ducked out, but still ...


St. Mary’s reaches new peak

By Charles Ashby

It’s taken 10 years, but the St. Mary’s Hospital Century Project is complete. The final two floors of the 12-story tower, the tallest building in the Grand Valley, were completed this week, and will be accepting their first ...

Police: Parolee check turns up drugs, guns

By Gabrielle Porter

Police who responded to a Grand Junction apartment early Tuesday morning to check on a parolee found another man armed with four handguns, as well as the parolee, his girlfriend and distribution levels of suspected methamphetamine and other ...


Fruita celebrates its newest trail

By Amy Hamilton

Imagine biking or walking north and south in Fruita, safely navigating Interstate 70 , U.S Highway 6 and railroad tracks “without having to tangle with the traffic!” The saying by Fruita Mayor Lori Buck was touted in the ...

ID released for one of bodies recovered in river

By Staff

The Mesa County Coroner’s Office Wednesday identified one of the two men pulled from the Colorado River Sunday morning as Gary Keffer, a 44-year-old transient man who lived in the Mesa County area. Keffer was spotted by rafters near the ...


Olathe sweet corn harvest begins

By William Woody

OLATHE — It’s just past dawn in a field west of Olathe, where workers make pass after pass through rows of dew-dampened corn stalks to begin harvesting the largest crop of sweet corn in the history of the Tuxedo Corn Co. Farmer ...


Defense asks for change of venue in infant murder trial

By Dennis Webb

The Parachute man accused of killing his infant daughter is seeking a change in the trial venue due to the level of publicity and community interest in the case. The request is one of several motions a judge will be considering today and ...

Opioid epidemic runs deep and wide, Tipton hears

By Gary Harmon

There are more avenues to obtain prescription opioids in Grand Junction than trails in the Grand Valley desert, a federal lawmaker heard on Wednesday. “The supply is never in question,” Bev Lampley of Catholic Outreach told U.S. ...

Court lets Peabody pay local school tax

By Dennis Webb

A bankruptcy court on Wednesday agreed to let Peabody Energy pay certain property taxes, an action that public entities in Routt County hope will provide them relief in connection with money owed by the Twentymile Mine. Darci Mohr, ...

Blotter, July 21, 2016

By Staff

Pair faces drug charges A man and a woman both face possession with intent to distribute charges as well as other drug-related charges after police said they were found in a truck with seven grams of suspected methamphetamine and drug ...

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