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Filmmaker talks about the reel world

By Amy Hamilton

Vincent Gonzales has worked on the sets of the “The Walking Dead” and “The Sandlot.” But the assistant director who earned his degree from the University of Colorado likes to represent his home state by proudly and ...


Top Interior, BLM officials lead talks on sage-grouse

By Dennis Webb

Leading Department of Interior and Bureau of Land Management officials led discussions in Grand Junction Tuesday aimed at gathering public input to help the BLM in implementing its new management plans for the greater sage-grouse. “We ...


Mack outfitter guilty 
in cat-maim scheme

By Gabrielle Porter

A Grand Junction man has pleaded guilty to reduced charges for his part in a scheme with a Mack outfitter to capture and maim mountain lions and bobcats for clients to shoot more easily. Nathan Simms, 31, was the last member of a group of ...


Airport readies bids to attract flights, carriers

By Gary Harmon

Grand Junction Regional Airport is preparing to make its first bid in several years to attract new commercial air service, readying proposals to one carrier to increase current services and also to bring in a new carrier. An airport authority ...


Blotter, April 20, 2016

By Staff

Eckert teen goes missing The Delta Police Department is looking for information on the whereabouts of a suspected 13-year-old runaway who may be in the Grand Junction or Clifton area. Braden Garrett Lee of Eckert has been missing since ...


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Man faces assault case in ‘Mongol’ threat

By Gabrielle Porter

A Fruita man could face a felony assault charge, among other counts, after being accused of hitting a woman in the face with a hammer, threatening to kill her with a machete, and punching her in the face, according to an arrest ...


Fraud suspect faces more charges

By Gabrielle Porter

The district attorney’s office has added felony money laundering and counterfeiting counts to the list of charges possibly faced by a Grand Junction woman after police claimed they linked her to an extensive phony-check-writing scheme ...


Health cost study stirs little interest

By Charles Ashby

Some Front Range Republicans don’t like the idea of doing a study to see why some parts of the state have higher health care premiums than others. That’s because they are in regions of the state with relatively lower premiums ...


Death notices, April 20, 2016

By Staff

■ Maria P. Arellano, 91, Grand Junction, died April 16, 2016, at her home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Pear Park Baptist Church. Interment will be at 1 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. Survivors ...


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Delta PD seeking information about apparent teen runaway

By Staff

The Delta Police Department is looking for information on the whereabouts of a suspected 13-year-old runaway who may be in the Grand Junction or Clifton area. Braden Garrett Lee of Eckert has been missing since Monday, when he was dropped off ...


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