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Fruita board pitching in cash to help host events

By {screen_name}

Fruita businesses and organizations that want to host entertainment events could soon receive some cash assistance from the city to help cover the cost of putting on those events. The City Council has approved a grant program that will make a ...


Blotter, June 7, 2010

By Staff

Man’s death ruled a suicide A man’s death this weekend in the desert north of Grand Junction near 29 Road has been ruled a suicide, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. The coroner said in a news release that no ...


Grand Junction to get new hotels north of F and 24 roads

By Emily Shockley

Work has begun on a four-story Candlewood Suites hotel north of 24 and F roads at 654 Market St. The 52,699-square-foot hotel will have 97 rooms and 112 parking spaces. The Koehler Organization, based in Aberdeen, S.D., is developing the ...


Grand Junction ties heat record for June 6

By Paul Shockley

A high temperature measured at 101 degrees Sunday tied Grand Junction’s all-time record for June 6, according to the National Weather Service’s local office. The 101 reading, which came at 4:36 p.m. near Grand Junction Regional ...


Death in desert was suicide, coroner says

By Paul Shockley

A man’s death this weekend in the desert north of Grand Junction near 29 Road has been ruled suicide, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s office. The coroner’s office said in a news release no other details will be ...


AG candidate backs medical pot measures, slams Suthers

By Paul Shockley

A Boulder prosecutor challenging for Colorado Attorney General John Suthers’ job said Sunday he backs measures that will give local communities authority to ban medical marijuana dispensaries via ordinance, while also allowing them to ...


High streams threaten floods, cancel contest

By The AP

VAIL — Colorado streams are running dangerously high as unseasonably warm weather melts the mountain snow faster than usual. Organizers of the Teva Mountain Games in Vail canceled whitewater competitions Sunday, saying it was too ...


Company accused of illegal mine seeks permit

By The AP

DURANGO — A company accused of digging an illegal gold mine in southwestern Colorado is going before state regulators this week seeking official permission for the operation. Wildcat Mining Corp. will ask the state Mined Land ...


UPDATE: Power restored after outage in Grand Junction, Clifton

By Paul Shockley

A Xcel Energy official said crews do not know why some 2,800 customers in Grand Junction and parts of Clifton were without power for more than two hours today. “We don’t have a cause,” said Mark Stutz, Xcel spokesman. Power ...


Assault charge against Pueblo cop dropped

By The AP

PUEBLO — Prosecutors have dropped a domestic violence charge filed against a Pueblo police officer after his wife, also an officer, said she wouldn’t cooperate with the district attorney’s office. Officer Donnie Lambert ...


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