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Mesa County investigators send $26,000 welfare-fraud case to DA

By Staff

The fraud and recovery unit within the Mesa County Department of Human Services has discovered a case of suspected welfare fraud and forwarded it to the district attorney’s office for prosecution, the county reported Wednesday. County ...

Glenwood case delayed for man accused in multistate robberies

By Dennis Webb

A Florida man was scheduled to change his plea to guilty Wednesday in connection with the June 30 robbery of the Alpine Bank in west Glenwood Springs, but a federal judge in Denver postponed the matter until Dec. 2. Jack Lee Wright, 52, of ...

City wants to expand natural-gas fleet

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction City Council members on Wednesday night approved a resolution authorizing the city manager to submit a grant request for money to purchase more compressed natural gas-powered vehicles for the city’s fleet. The request is ...

Blotter: Nov. 20, 2014

By Staff

Explicit images downloaded The National Center for Missing and Endangered Children recently informed the Grand Junction Police Department of possible sex offenses in the area. The center told the police department the organization ...

Western Slope gets second seat on key legislative panel

By Charles Ashby

The Western Slope has another lawmaker on the Colorado Legislature’s powerful Joint Budget Committee. Last year, Republicans tapped Rep. Bob Rankin, R-Glenwood Springs, to fill a post being vacated by Rep. Cheri Gerou, R-Evergreen, who ...

Briefs, Nov. 20, 2014

By Staff

Grant to help schools’ food preparation A $10,000 grant will help School District 51 purchase salad bar refrigeration equipment for Dos Rios and Rocky Mountain elementary schools. A nonprofit charity organization, the Western ...

Suit: Mesa Theater operator owes rent for past two months

By Charles Ashby

The case of the eviction of the Mesa Theater and Club operation doesn’t look like it will be resolved anytime soon. According to documents filed with the Mesa County Combined Courts, venue owner Samuel Eric Smith’s company was ...


Social Junction: Snowball

By Staff

Skiing on Grand Mesa was celebrated with the Snowball on Saturday at the Colorado Mesa University Center Ballroom. At the event, the Powderhorn Racing Club honored the skiing legacies of Walt Bergman and Tom Ela. To view and purchase these and ...

You Saw It, Nov. 20

By Staff

Beauregard: Contrary to trend, I’m not all about that bass

By Steve Beauregard

OK, Kim Kardashian. You’re pretty. We get it. You can stop showing off your butt now. And besides, you’re a mom. Of a 1-year-old. I hang around these circles now, and don’t know any mom of a toddler who has the time to fly ...

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