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Court rejects Clifton man’s appeal over 12–year escape sentence

By Charles Ashby

A former Clifton man who is serving a 105-year prison sentence for a string of burglaries in 2006 lost an appeal last week to dismiss a subsequent 12-year sentence for escaping from the Mesa County Jail in 2008. Shane E. Johnson, 46, tried to ...


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Participants in CROP Walk gather donations for needy

By Emily Shockley

Members of local schools and churches took a short walk for a big cause Sunday afternoon at the 27th annual Grand Valley CROP Hunger Walk at Canyon View Park. Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty, or CROP, walks take place in more than ...


Pot vote absent from some ballots

By Emily Shockley

A few days after some Palisade voters discovered two retail marijuana questions missing from their general election ballots, at least 10 voters just outside Palisade limits have confirmed their ballots erroneously contained those two ...


GJ faces No. 1 seed in state soccer

By Staff

Grand Junction High School claimed the final spot in the Class 5A boys state soccer tournament. By getting that final spot, though, the Tigers (5-9-1) drew the top-seeded team in the field, Rock Canyon (13-1-1). Grand Junction plays at Rock ...


CMU’s losing streak continues

By Staff

The struggles continued Sunday for the Colorado Mesa women’s soccer team in a 5-0 loss at Regis University. The Rangers (10-3-1, 8-2 RMAC) scored three first-half goals and allowed Mesa (0-11-3, 0-8-2 RMAC) only nine shots, four on ...


Blotter: Oct. 20, 2014

By Staff

Man robbed on North Ave. A man was robbed of less than $2,000 Friday in an incident in the 2200 block of North Avenue, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. The case is still under investigation but preliminary records from ...


CMU women’s soccer boxscore, Oct. 19, 2014

By Staff

Regis 5, Colorado Mesa 0 Women Sunday at Denver Halftime: Regis 3, Colorado Mesa 0 Goals: Catherine Anger, RU (Paulina Salazar), 18:03; Sid Otto, RU (Emily Ashmore, Mickie Piechowski), 38:55; Otto, RU (Piechowski), 44:52; Anger, RU (Otto) ...


GarCo race leans heavy on drilling

By Dennis Webb

A Garfield County commissioner race is turning yet again on the issue of natural gas development. Democratic challenger Michael Sullivan says the county needs to do more to protect residents living near gas production, while incumbent ...


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Student of the Week, Oct. 20, 2014

By Staff

GPA: 4.413 After-school activities: varsity golf, Academic Team and orchestra. Favorite book and its author: “Lamb” by Christopher Moore. Favorite TV show: “House of Cards” or “Sherlock.” Favorite band ...


Student Spotlight, Oct. 20, 2014

By Staff

GOP Women offer scholarships The Montrose County Republican Women announced that scholarship applications are now available. Applicants must be female residents of Montrose County and citizens of the United States as well as graduating ...


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