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No bear in Mesa ‘bear attack,’ agency finds

By Greg Ruland

An animal that resembled a bear caused an unnamed hunter scouting the Grand Mesa to drive his ATV over a cliff on Saturday, but investigators announced Tuesday there was no bear — despite the tale the nearly 70-year-old crash victim told ...

Blotter, Sept. 23, 2015

By Staff

Two naked runners cited Two men were issued citations Monday evening, for allegedly running naked in the area of 29 and D roads. Jacob Wood, 24, and Brett Ross, 27, each received citations on suspicion of indecent exposure, according to ...

Civil rights panel hosts 
GJ meetings

By Staff

State civil rights officials arrive in Grand Junction today to meet the public and discuss and respond to civil rights concerns. Starting at 2 p.m., Colorado Civil Rights Division staff will present a seminar about employment discrimination, ...

Deaths, Sept. 23, 2015

By Staff

■ Rosalyn Ann Hirsch, 89, Grand Junction, died Sept. 18, 2015, at her residence. Services are pending. She is survived by her son, John W. of Hong Kong; two daughters, Teresa Coons of Grand Junction and Cynthia Hirsch of Windsor; five ...

Getting It Right, Sept. 23, 2015

By Staff

A headline on Page 1A Tuesday should have said six area golfers qualified for the state golf tournament.  ...

Insurer files protest over county’s plan

By Gary Harmon

The Mesa County Commission next week will weigh whether to reconsider a bid by a Rocky Mountain Health Plans subsidiary to manage the county’s employee health plan. Rocky Mountain Health Plans on Monday filed a protest of the award ...

Death of man found in burning car believed to be homicide

By The AP

LITTLETON — Investigators believe a man found dead inside a burning car in Jefferson County was killed and are asking the public for help to find whoever was responsible. The body was found Sunday down a steep embankment in Deer Creek ...

Email letters, September 22, 2015

By Staff

Storm water fees and regulations changes should have been presented to voters The three directors of the Grand Junction Drainage District decided the recent increase in storm water fees. The increase directly affects 44,000 properties. These ...

Arrest made in death of toddler found in Colorado apartment

By The AP

LAKEWOOD — Police have arrested a man suspected of killing a 2-year-old boy who was found unconscious in his apartment outside Denver. Lakewood police spokesman Steve Davis said Tuesday that 21-year-old Roman Paul Morales, an ...

C-SPAN viewing event tonight at Dinosaur Journey

By Staff

The culture, people and history of the Grand Valley are the focus of a series of recent broadcasts on national public affairs cable channel C-SPAN, and a viewing event tonight is planned to watch the series of videos. The Grand Junction ...

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