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Bondsmen accused of pulling guns inside store

By Paul Shockley

Two employees of a Montrose bail-bond business face criminal charges for brandishing guns as they chased a wanted fugitive inside a Walmart store in Grand Junction. Lee Turner, 21, and James Woods, 32, both with AA Bail Bonds LLC, were issued ...


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Clifton man jailed in 2-day crime spree

By Paul Shockley

A man told police he was held hostage by another man for two days as the suspect took his car and forced him to do drug deals, according to an arrest affidavit. Ryan R. Rivera, 26, 3225 Bunting Ave., was ordered held at the Mesa County Jail ...


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School bullying warning heard in Montrose

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Members of the state board of education along with behavioral experts Tuesday told Montrose and Olathe educators that school bullying is more prevalent outside the classroom than ever. Bullying is defined as an aggressive ...


Powderhorn sale to Daly, Garts is final

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Powderhorn officially became the property of Andy Daly and brothers Ken and Tom Gart on Monday, nearly seven weeks after the trio placed a winning bid for the ski resort. Daly and his partners agreed at the Aug. 4 auction to pay $1.4 million ...


Briefs, Sept. 22, 2011

By Staff

VA representative available today A Veterans Affairs representative will be available from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. today at Java Junction, 2401 North Ave., Suite 6, east of the VA Medical Center. The representative will assist veterans with ...


Coal Ridge FB coach can return to sideline Sept. 30

By Jon Mitchell

Coal Ridge High School football coach Scott Parker has been cleared to return to coaching his team at practice, although he will miss one more game. Garfield School District RE-1 Superintendent Susan Birdsey on Tuesday issued a two-game ...


Fort Lewis edges Mesa women’s soccer team with late goal

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University was 21⁄2 minutes away from taking No. 18 Fort Lewis College to overtime Wednesday in an RMAC soccer game in Durango. Two and a half minutes, though, is a long time — too long to keep the Skyhawks from ...


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Central’s Wilcox goes from shy to leader

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It wasn’t easy for Thaddeus Wilcox growing up. Wilcox, now a senior at Central High School, would often get teased about being dyslexic. “Because of my disability being dyslexic, I would get made fun of all the time,” said ...


Sports Briefs, Sept. 21, 2011

By Staff

College Cross Country Mesa’s Follett wins RMAC award Kelsey Follett, who finished second among NCAA Division II runners in last week’s UC Riverside Invitational, was selected the RMAC women’s runner of the week. Follett, a ...


Ridges project OK’d over concerns of some neighbors

By Amy Hamilton

Despite objections by a couple of neighbors, Grand Junction City Council members on Wednesday night unanimously approved amending a development plan that would allow for the construction of 20 housing units in The Ridges. Council members ...


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