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Ex-husband: Blagg juror admitted abuse

By Paul Shockley

A smiling Michael Blagg muttered a message to supporters as he was escorted Wednesday out of the courtroom of Mesa County Chief Judge David Bottger, this after public defenders again took aim at the credibility of a juror from Blagg’s ...


Council OKs fueling city vehicles with Persigo gas

By Amy Hamilton

A plan that has been in neutral for years got the green light Wednesday night when Grand Junction city councilors approved spending $2.8 million to convert excess methane to compressed natural gas to fuel city vehicles. Grand Junction city ...


Large bear roams Redlands

By Staff

Some residents in the Redlands received a message from police Wednesday night to keep their pets inside, with the report of a large bear on the loose in the neighborhood. Officers with Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Grand Junction ...


Senators want to give Four Corners residents access to Colorado TV

By Gary Harmon

Four Corners residents would be able to get Grand Junction or Denver television programming under legislation introduced by Colorado’s two senators. Sens. Michael Bennet and Mark Udall, both Democrats, introduced legislation to amend ...


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State Senate balance hangs on five seats

By Charles Ashby

Although it’s still early in the election season, the Democrat running in one of a handful of targeted state Senate races that could determine which party controls that chamber has far outraised her Republican opponent in campaign ...


Toughness a staple of Wagner’s 2014 recruiting class

By Patti Arnold

Taylor Wagner was looking for a few characteristics in his latest recruiting class for the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team. Scoring, because the six players who graduated accounted for all but 10 of the 75 points the Mavericks ...


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In the end, too tough to distract

By Rachel Sauer

Andrew Gross has always been a bookworm — loves to read, nose constantly in a book. Normally, this is a good thing. It speaks to a certain curiousness and intellect. But by his junior year of high school, Gross realized that he’d ...


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Advice to kids: Do it by the book

By Emily Shockley

Colorado Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia left Rocky Mountain Elementary School students with one last lesson on their final day of school Wednesday — don’t stop reading this summer. The lieutenant governor dropped in on the school’s ...


Briefs, May 22, 2014

By Staff

Solar trail light to be dedicated Friday On Friday at 9:30 a.m., Mesa County Commissioners Steve Acquafresca and John Justman will dedicate a unique light at the Clifton Nature Park along the Riverfront Trail. The light, donated by Vietnam ...


Mavs’ Prater finishes tied for 45th at golf nationals

By Staff

Colin Prater was consistent, but it wasn’t enough to earn All-America honors. The Colorado Mesa freshman shot rounds of 75, 76 and 75 for a three-round total of 13-over-par 226 and tied for 45th place in the NCAA Division II men’s ...


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