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Teen pleads guilty to torturing, killing dog

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction teenager faces probation for mutilating his mother’s dog and hanging its carcass from a bridge over the Colorado River. A plea agreement struck Thursday with the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office calls for ...


Sheriff: Mongols motorcycle club to roll in

By Paul Shockley

A gathering that organizers say may bring up to 200 members of an international motorcycle club to the Grand Valley this weekend has the attention of the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Sheriff’s Department spokesman Sgt. Matt ...


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State official: Cutting administrators a bad idea

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Now is not the time to eliminate school administrators, State Board of Education member Marcia Neal wrote in a letter this week to District 51 School Board members. As a member of the state board, Neal has been part of the implementation ...


Many residents like monument just the way it is

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GLADE PARK — Atop the Uncompahgre Plateau overlooking Colorado National Monument, residents recognize the potential benefits of changing the status of the monument to a national park. Capturing the benefits of such a change without ...


Rifle: Oil shale issue more about quality than quantity

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Rifle City Council is urging the Bureau of Land Management to encourage responsible oil shale development, but it decided against endorsing that any specific amount of acreage be available for potential commercial leasing. A ...


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Trees dedicated at Holy Family

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A former student and a former teacher will be remembered each time kids at Holy Family Catholic School race past two flowering pear trees planted next to play equipment in the school’s courtyard. The kindergarten through eighth-grade ...


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Growth evident for Central despite loss to Montrose

By Matt Meyer

The entire season has been an exercise in patience for the Central High School girls soccer team. After struggling last season, Central has gone from lopsided losses to playing great defensive soccer this spring. To coach Jacob Pingel, the ...


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Thrilled to be here

By Patti Arnold

Before this week, Tony Diaz had met one person from Grand Junction. “My first dealings with people from Grand Junction was managing (Central High School graduate) Kiel Roling, a player from here,” the Grand Junction Rockies ...


Six Mavs make All-Academic team

By Staff

Six Colorado Mesa University baseball players were selected to the RMAC All-Academic team recently. Junior third baseman Colton Little and sophomore outfielder Austin Kaiser made the first team. Little has a 3.54 GPA in mass communications. ...


Prep baseball score, April 19, 2012

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Central 10, Glenwood Springs 0 Thursday at Canyon View Park Glenwood Springs 000 00 — 0 0 0 Central 101 62 — 10 10 0 Sorenson, Forristall (4) and Ryan. Robert Chandler and Kyle Rowe. WP — Chandler. LP — ...


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