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Fines illegal in Fuji case, attorney argues

By Paul Shockley

Fines approaching $90,000 were excessive and a violation of constitutional rights in the case of a 60-year-old woman convicted of running a Grand Junction prostitution business, an attorney argues in court filings. Stephen Laiche, who ...


You said it: June 13, 2010

By Staff

A big thank you to Cindy for picking up my wallet after I lost it at the JUCO game on Friday. Good to know there are honest, caring people out there. Wow! The depths of knowledge possessed by Commissioners Meis and Rowland never ceases to ...


Habitat, others help find people homes

By Emily Shockley

Public-private partnerships are key to making home ownership attainable, Grand Junction Mayor Teresa Coons said Saturday at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore’s celebration of the fourth annual Habitat Builds Colorado Day. Those ...


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Riders beat path to Grand Junction

By Amy Hamilton

It was either at a party or in a passing conversation when Derek Nehrenberg first heard about mountain biking in Fruita. But after one visit, Nehrenberg, a former University of North Carolina genetics researcher who ranks his love of mountain ...


Drill rig death case moved to Garfield County

By Dennis Webb

Procedures in a lawsuit over a 2007 accidental death on a drilling rig have been delayed after the case was moved from Denver to Garfield County. Erin Buchanan, the widow of Joseph Buchanan, is pursuing a wrongful death suit after her ...


Police blotter: June 13, 2010

By Staff

Deceased man identified The Mesa County Coroner’s Office has identified 63-year-old Robert “Bob” P. Bivins of Grand Junction as the man who died in a car accident Friday while turning from F Road onto U.S. Highway ...


GJ council to discuss marijuana regulation

By Emily Shockley

The Grand Junction City Council will air out its options for handling statewide medical marijuana legislation during a workshop meeting Monday at City Hall. Under the provisions of recently signed medical marijuana legislation, city and ...


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First impression: Gladiators rout Renegades in debut at Stocker Stadium

By Patrick Bahr

Mo Miller’s first love is basketball. But since the former Mesa State College basketball player has exchanged his high tops and shorts for the cleats and pads of the Grand Junction Gladiators, things have been going pretty ...


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Test of time: Big Sky Open archery tourney celebrating 30th anniversary

By Dave Buchanan

With the 30th anniversary Big Sky Open archery tournament less than a week away, you can bet tournament founders Jerry and Margaret Brabec have spent very little time lately at home. “Yeah, we’re out running around again today, ...


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Topping out: Snowpack roars into Ruedi Reservoir

By Dave Buchanan

By the time you reach this, the gauge watching on the Fryingpan River might be water over the dam. Last week’s spate of unseasonably hot weather brought a once-thought-depleted snowpack roaring into the upper Fryingpan River and in less ...


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