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Update: Names released of men involved in Tuesday crash, shooting

By Emily Shockley

The names of those involved in Tuesday’s crash and officer-involved shooting have been released by the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. Preston Ellis, 57, of Grand Junction, was the man riding the motorcycle on Grand Avenue. He died ...


Entertainment briefs: May 22–28

By Staff

June art show makes call for entries The Palisade Historical Society and Palisade Art Lovers have put out a call for entries for the Roller Dam Art Show for the Roller Dam’s 100-year birthday party happening June 27 at the ...


Colorado’s 300 days a year of sunshine may be in jeopardy

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado vacation promoters like to boast that the state has an average 300 days of sunshine a year, but that may be in jeopardy. Rainy weather across Colorado is setting weather records and causing minor flooding. In Durango, ...


Gravel pits find new life as water storage

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Tranquil ponds lining the Cache la Poudre River around Fort Collins that attract many people for fishing, walking and wildlife watching are not what they appear to be. The bodies of water once were strip mines where ...


Investigation seeking witnesses to downtown crash and shooting

By Gary Harmon

Authorities investigating a vehicle crash and officer-involved shooting on Tuesday in Grand Junction are seeking any witnesses. The 21st Judicial District Critical Incident Response Team is seeking additional information about the car crash ...


Email letters, May 20, 2015

By Staff

Kids treat other child with cruelty in the form of a pig’s face What would you do as a parent if your kid came home from school, and reached in their backpack to find a preserved pig’s face? Well, my kid freaked out, started ...


Colorado’s 300 days a year of sunshine may be in jeopardy

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado vacation promoters like to boast that Colorado has an average 300 days of sunshine a year, but that may be in jeopardy this year. Rainy weather in across Colorado is setting weather records and causing minor flooding. ...


Colorado school testing reduction signed into law

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed off on two bills reducing the number of statewide standardized tests given to school children. The governor signed a bill this morning to end some mandatory testing in early grades ...


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Two dead in separate incidents

By Amy Hamilton

Two people are dead — one by police gunfire — after a man with a weapon fled a car accident that involved several vehicles in the area of Eighth Street and Grand Avenue in Grand Junction Tuesday evening. A man was dead at the ...


Defendant brings stuffed animal as attorney to court hearing

By The AP

ASPEN — An Aspen man accused of violating a protection order stemming from an assault at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting brought a stuffed animal to court to defend him. The Aspen Times reports Charles Abbott put a fuzzy horned owl on ...


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