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Clues sought in murder mystery

By Dennis Webb

Searchers returned Saturday to an orchard where a woman’s remains were found in June, hoping to find clues that might help lead to closure. Garfield Sheriff Search and Rescue volunteers joined the Sheriff’s Department and about a ...

City, couple make amends on trail’s land

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The city of Grand Junction and a Redlands couple apparently have settled a dispute over ownership of a piece of land where the city intends to build a trail. City Attorney John Shaver said the city will proceed with constructing the trail ...

In search of Colorado grizzlies, 30 years after they disappeared

By Staff

Thirty years ago this fall the last grizzly bear in Colorado was killed in the South San Juans. Supposedly.  On the chance that a big bruin or two had been hiding in the remote wilderness all these years, a friend and I backpacked in late ...

City could cannibalize theater idea to attract more visitors

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It would rank as a strange turn indeed, if Grand Junction’s downtown were to be guided to rejuvenation by the likes of Alferd Packer. Packer’s first foray into the guide business ended in disaster when the five miners he was ...

Mesa State chief wants more control over purse strings

By Emily Shockley

Giving public colleges and universities more control over their own operations could be one solution to higher education funding woes, said Mesa State College President Tim Foster. Foster and college, university and community college ...

Few misconduct findings by Grand Junction police

By Paul Shockley

Over 17 months ending in August, the Grand Junction Police Department handled 99 citizen complaints or investigations involving their own officers, according to records provided by the department.DOWNLOAD A LIST OF GJPD INTERNAL ...

District 51 begins planning for severe cuts for 2010-2011 school year

By Emily Shockley

When it comes to cuts, K–12 education has long been known as an untouchable sector of the Colorado budget. That isn’t likely to be a true statement next year, when legislators will have to find billions to cut, said Melissa ...

‘Preposterous’ Tigers get 32nd seed in 5A soccer playoffs

By Staff

Stephen Latta was not a happy camper on Sunday. The first-year Grand Junction High School soccer coach had just been informed that the Tigers were the 32nd and final seed in the Class 5A state soccer playoffs. “How we got the bottom ...

Sheriff’s Department: 26 misconduct cases; eight firings or resignations

By Paul Shockley

Eight employees resigned or were fired over a 17-month period after misconduct allegations were confirmed during internal investigations, according to documents from the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department.DOWNLOAD A LIST OF MCSO INTERNAL ...


Stigma of ‘women’s disease’ prevents men from early diagnosis, treatment

By Amy Hamilton

Daryl Monroe was really good at saving other people, but he should have been able to save himself. At 67, Monroe was diagnosed with breast cancer. At that time the cancer was already in Stage 4 — so far along that his chances to live ...

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