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Tax fix puts county below TABOR limits

By Gary Harmon

Grand Junction city officials two years ago repaired a valuation glitch that Mesa County officials have tackled this year. The Grand Junction City Council in 2013 decided to exclude the unexpected valuation of St. Mary’s Hospital from ...


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No ticket issued after hit-and-run; driver cooperative

By Greg Ruland

Grand Junction Police Department investigators located, but did not immediately arrest or cite, the driver in a suspected hit-and-run accident that sent one man to the hospital with serious injuries early Tuesday morning. The incident took ...


Man accused of sex assault on child shoots self

By Greg Ruland

A traffic stop in a Montrose strip mall ended in death Monday when a man suspected of felony sex assault on a child shot himself in front of officers after refusing to leave his car, said Gene Lillard, Montrose Police Department police ...


Blotter, Nov. 25, 2015

By Staff

Man cited for noise again A man previously cited at least 13 times for violating county noise ordinances was cited on suspicion of the same offense on Nov. 21. Mitch Peters, 49, who lives in the 400 block of Ol’ Sun Drive, received ...


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Struggling Bowie buys 
three mines 
in 2 states


By Dennis Webb

At a time of big challenges for the coal industry, the owner of a mine near Paonia is showing it’s bullish about the future with announced plans to buy a mine in Routt County and two in New Mexico. Bowie Resource Partners, LLC, has ...


Death notices, Nov. 25, 2015

By Staff

■ Steven James Engelsma, 53, Clifton, died Nov. 22, 2015, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday at Martin Mortuary Chapel. Services will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at Covenant Presbyterian ...


Company says kids from polygamous towns weren’t employees

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A company accused of using unpaid laborers from a Utah-based polygamous group to pick pecans says the women and children were picking up fallen nuts, not working as employees. Lawyers for Paragon Contractors said in new ...


Colorado: 4 cases of E. coli linked to Costco chicken salad

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado health officials say chicken salad sold by Costco has been linked to four cases of E. coli in the state. The state health department says one person who got sick was hospitalized but all four people have ...


Boulder police try to capture Baltimore fugitive

By The AP

BOULDER — Police in Boulder, Colorado say they’re trying to capture a fugitive sought by Baltimore authorities. A SWAT team has been outside a home for several hours Tuesday in a neighborhood about a mile away from the University ...


Road Trip: Make plans for Dec. 10-16

By Staff

Here are some events coming 
to Colorado and Utah: ■ The Wood Brothers — Belly Up, Aspen, Dec. 10. ■ Trev Rich — Bluebird Theater, Denver, Dec. 10. ■ Moscow Ballet’s “Great Russian ...


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