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No vote on bill to eliminate public trustees

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A bill to do away with the public trustee office in several counties is an attempt to streamline government and save taxpayer money, supporters of the measure told a House committee Monday. The measure, introduced by Rep. Ray ...


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Blotter, April 17, 2012

By Staff

3 arrested in burglary Three people were arrested and one person remains at large on suspicion of burglary and theft of tens of thousands of dollars in cash and firearms, the Grand Junction Police Department said in a release Monday. Taren ...


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Officer sees struggle as partner confronted suspect, trooper on trial testifies

By Paul Shockley

Colorado State Patrol Trooper Ivan “Gene” Lawyer said a knock on a door in a minor traffic accident case escalated when he heard his partner yelling out and saw him struggling with Jason Kemp at the front door of Kemp’s ...


Robbery forces lockdown of two schools in Rangely

By Dennis Webb

Police searched for a robber Monday in Rangely, forcing schools to be placed on lockdown. Police confirmed a robbery took place but didn’t release any details. Todd Cordrey, superintendent of the Rangely School District, said it ...


Panel stalls lottery for veterans funds

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Less than a week after a Senate committee approved a proposed referendum for the fall ballot to create a special lottery game to fund veterans programs, that same committee killed it Monday. The bill had been sent back to the ...


Getting It Right, April 17, 2012

By Staff

A sub-headline on Page 2A Monday should have stated that the U.S. Forest Service tried to halt the spread of a fungus to bats as the rationale for imposing a closure on caves and abandoned mines in Colorado and other states.  ...


GJ’s Reeves places 2nd in whitewater slalom

By Dave Buchanan

Micki Reeves of Grand Junction recently finished second in the women’s C1 non-Olympic competition at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trial for whitewater slalom in Charlotte, N.C. Reeves’ finish in the three-day competition earned her ...


Atkins has high hopes for Wildcats

By Nick Walter

He’s guided one Western Slope high school basketball team to a state championship. And Richard Atkins wants to do it again. The 69-year-old, who coached the Meeker High School girls to a 1995 state championship, accepted the girls ...


Berve tied for fourth in RMAC women’s championships

By Staff

Jessica Berve carded 11 pars and is tied for fourth place after the first round of the RMAC women’s golf championships at Wigwam Golf Course near Phoenix. The Colorado Mesa University senior is one of three Mavericks in the top 11 ...


Mavericks add Ney, Ball to recruiting class

By Patti Arnold

With the majority of the team returning next fall, Colorado Mesa University volleyball coach Dave Fleming added to the depth and quality of the roster in the spring signing period. Audrey Steinkirchner of Palisade High School signed last ...


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