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Colo. campuses join protests against pot penalties

By The AP

DENVER — College students at nine Colorado campuses plan protests calling for easier penalties for students who smoke pot. A national group in favor of marijuana legalization is putting on the rallies at campuses nationwide today. The ...

Steamboat Springs parade honors hometown Olympians

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Steamboat Springs is welcoming home some of its Winter Olympians. A parade through downtown is being held Friday night for the U.S. Nordic sports team that won medals at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Before the ...

Police looking for missing Colorado girl

By The AP

GREELEY — Police in northern Colorado are still searching for a 12-year-old Greeley girl missing since Sunday, when she left home to go to a friend’s birthday party. Police say Kayleah Wilson was headed to meet a friend in an area ...

E-mail letters, April 1, 2010

By Staff

Obama care makes it tough for U.S. to muddle along I have the highest regard for Denny Herzog and his columns. His March 30 one, however, gives me a bit of a pause. His admiration for a seminar-mate’s observation that no matter what, ...

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Woman pleads not guilty in theft of dragged dog

By Paul Shockley

A woman accused of stealing a dog that her brother has been accused of killing on Colorado National Monument pleaded not guilty Wednesday. Melissa Lockhart, 32, who is charged with felony theft, entered the plea in Delta County Combined ...

County unveils stimulus plan

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Mesa County is considering entering into a financing agreement that would allow it to sink $17.5 million into a variety of fast-tracked capital projects. County commissioners are expected to decide Monday whether to approve the agreement, ...


Man with handgun robs pharmacy of prescription drugs

By Melinda Mawdsley

A man wearing an orange wig and holding a handgun robbed a Fruitvale pharmacy of prescription drugs Wednesday afternoon. No one was injured in the incident at Rite Aid, 2992 F Road, Grand Junction Police Department spokeswoman Kate Porras ...

Ex-GJ police chief Gardner in running for Montana job

By Paul Shockley

Eight months removed from his surprise resignation from the Grand Junction Police Department, former police chief Bill Gardner is in the running for the same job in Montana. Karen Semerau, executive assistant to the city manager’s ...

ShareFest service project applications due Sunday

By Staff

Easter Sunday marks the deadline for people to submit projects that require no materials for the ShareFest service-project weekend. Projects such as yard work, hooking up evaporative coolers, trash removal, painting and cleanup are services ...

Budget cuts force office closures

By Staff

Several state offices will be closed Friday because of mandatory, unpaid furloughs for government workers. Those closures will include driver’s license offices, the Department of Public Health and Environment’s vital records ...

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