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How to choose an assisted living community

By Staff

The process people experience in locating and choosing an assisted-living community can be complicated due to the rush factor that often is present in identifying the best community. Sometimes this immediacy is unavoidable, but the choice of ...


McInnis promises to repay money

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gubernatorial Candidate Scott McInnis says he will fully repay the $300,000 he received for plagiarized essays about water rights, and he says it should bring the issue to a close. The republican said today that he has ...


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Fourth-graders start For Charity club

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Lizzie Godfrey, 9, and Maggie Williams, 8, have started all kind of clubs together. There was dance club, singing club, cheerleading club — sometimes boys were allowed and sometimes they weren’t — but none of them were ...


Judge: Law penalizing fake heroes unconstitutional

By The AP

DENVER — A judge in Denver has ruled that a federal law making it illegal to lie about being a war hero is unconstitutional because it violates free speech. The ruling, made public today, came in the case of Rick Glen Strandlof, a ...


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Wanted parolee’s river float stopped by long arm of law

By Paul Shockley

A parolee with a long arrest history in Mesa County was arrested Thursday after running from officers during a traffic stop in Clifton and briefly hiding in a nearby home, authorities said. Oliver Anderson, 35, of Grand Junction, was arrested ...


Search on for sex assault suspect police call dangerous

By Dennis Webb

Eagle County Sheriff’s Department deputies are looking for a Gypsum sexual assault suspect they say is dangerous and possibly armed. The Sheriff’s Department said in a news release Thursday it was contacted about the incident at a ...


‘Bow out,’ some tell McInnis

By Charles Ashby

GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis will remain in the race despite numerous calls for him to drop out, his campaign said Thursday. Campaign spokesman Sean Duffy said early Thursday the former congressman never left the campaign trail ...


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Peach growers’ mighty efforts finally bear fruit

By Daniel Humphries

A long stretch of chilly weather early in the growing season scared Grand Valley peach orchard owners this spring, but the fruit weathered the cold, and while it is being harvested later than normal, it will arrive in abundance. Many orchard ...


Woman given probation for giving alcohol to teens

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A judge this morning sentenced a Grand Junction woman to spend three years on probation for buying alcohol for her teenage daughter and four underage friends last New Year’s Eve, calling the woman’s actions “totally ...


Study: Significant impacts in Christo Colo project

By The AP

DENVER — Federal land managers say the artist Christo’s plan to drape fabric over several miles of the Arkansas River in Colorado would have a significant impact on bighorn sheep and historical sites. The Bureau of Land Management ...


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