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Officers cleared in fatal shooting

By Paul Shockley

A dying Brent Ingram was dragged by police or medical personnel to the doorway of a North Avenue motel room in an effort to provide easier access for emergency responders, according to a Mesa County forensic pathologist. “Until they ...


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Man charged in wife’s slaying

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors on Tuesday filed charges of first-degree murder and misdemeanor child abuse against a Grand Junction man accused of stabbing his wife to death in front of the couple’s 2-year-old daughter. Octavio Vargas-Herrera, 24, was ...


Endangered species decision nears for wildflower

By Dennis Webb

A Colorado judge will decide whether a rare wildflower merits Endangered Species Act protection from energy development, livestock grazing, off-road vehicle use and other activities in northwestern Colorado and northeastern Utah. U.S. ...


Gateway Canyons expansion approved

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The Mesa County Commission on Tuesday approved an expansion of Gateway Canyons Resort, adding 42 acres that will be used primarily for employee housing and parking and resort support services. Commissioners Steve Acquafresca and Craig Meis ...


Briefs, March 24, 2010

By Staff

Kiwanis Golden K Club dinner tonight Homemade chili, potato soup, tossed salad, drinks and homemade brownies are on the menu for the annual dinner of the Kiwanis Golden K Club of Grand Junction at 5:45 p.m. today at Redlands Middle School, ...


Trial under way for man in son’s death

By Amy Hamilton

It’s not under dispute that Allen Grabe shot and killed his 13-year-old son, Jacob Grabe, at his family’s Pear Park home the night of Sept. 11, 2008. What jurors in the trial of Allen Grabe will have to determine is whether the ...


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Central ends scoring drought in win over Fruita Monument

By Scott Schlaufman

Even in the icy temperatures Tuesday at Walker Field, the Central High School girls soccer team was able to find relief. After two straight scoreless games to start their league schedule, the Warriors (4-3, 1-2 Southwestern League) finally ...


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Fun just to ride: Whitewater snowmobiler wants to retire with world title in hand

By Allen Gemaehlich

There would be nothing better than capping a 22-year snowmobile racing career with a world championship. Dennis Durmas gets that chance this weekend in his final Snowmobile Hillclimb World Championship race in Jackson Hole, Wyo. The World ...


Schools get ENERGY STAR qualification

By Emily Shockley

More than half of School District 51 buildings now carry the energy-efficient ENERGY STAR label. The district’s newest ENERGY STAR elementary schools are: Broadway, Chipeta, Dos Rios, Dual Immersion Academy, Lincoln Orchard Mesa, Loma, ...


Picking well in March can be maddening

By Rick Jussel

I’m going to tell you straight out that I haven’t really kept up on college basketball over the past several years. I got tired of rooting for or against teams and programs that totally change every year. I like continuity in my ...


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