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New cop is third generation of kin’s blue line

By Paul Shockley

When Megan Imbriaco went on her first police “ride-along” at age 14, mom wasn’t thrilled. As a child, she loved hearing about dad’s day at work at the Grand Junction Police Department. “Growing up, he’d ...

Death Notices, Dec. 24, 2014

By Staff

■ Louisa Antoinette Bergonzini, 90, Eckert, died Dec. 21, 2014, at Horizons Care Center in Eckert. No services will be held. Ms. Bergonzini is survined by one son, Charles of Eckert; one daughter, Janette M. Haddock of Eckert; four ...

Drowsy murder suspect ordered to undergo mental evaluation

By Dennis Webb

A judge this morning ordered that a man living near New Castle be evaluated to determine his mental competency to stand trial for the alleged murder of his father. Ninth Judicial District Court Judge James Boyd’s ruling came during a ...

Chugging eggnog sends Utah man to hospital

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah man says he’s fully recovered after he was hospitalized for chugging a quart of eggnog so quickly that he inhaled some of creamy holiday beverage into his lungs. Ryan Roche from Utah County told KSL-TV that ...

Company loses bid for rights to Marvel superheroes

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado company lost its latest fight against Disney over the rights to Marvel’s iconic comic book characters Tuesday when a federal appeals court ruled it could not claim ownership to certain superheroes such as ...

Rifle ends water shutdown after tanker spill

By Dennis Webb

The city of Rifle has restored water to 14 homes after they were affected overnight by a precautionary shutdown when a truck carrying water produced in natural gas development overturned and spilled in icy conditions Monday, threatening the ...


Freshman Rider casts long shadow

By Dale Shrull

One is a freshman, the other is a senior on the Grand Junction wrestling team. But the spotlight shines brightest on the freshman, Josiah Rider. The hype follows the youngster like a devoted puppy but he knows hype means nothing in the ...

Blowing snow shuts down I-70 in eastern Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Interstate 70 in eastern Colorado is shut down because of strong winds and blowing snow. The highway was closed between Limon and Goodland, Kansas on Tuesday as wind gusts reached up to around 60 mph on the Eastern Plains. To ...

Busiest day expected at Denver airport

By The AP

DENVER — Tuesday is expected to be the busiest day at Denver International Airport this Christmas week. Over 166,000 passengers are forecast to pass through the airport, about 21,000 more than on an average day. To help travelers get ...

Printed Letters: Dec. 23, 2014

By Staff

Lack of consistency 
on lead makes no sense It appears we are about to have a stupendous shooting complex east of Grand Junction in the Cameo area. It appears to be a wonderful source of revenue. Another great source of revenue is the ...

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