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Police: Six people face charges in drunken multi-story plunge

By Paul Shockley

Six people have been charged or face charges after two of them were hurt in an alleged alcohol-fueled tumble off an abandoned four-story building, Montrose police said Wednesday. Stephanie Pickett, 19, of Montrose, was issued a summons on ...


Blotter, Dec. 3, 2009

By Staff

Officer obstruction alleged Amanda Jolene Eddy, 23, 585 25 /12 Road, No. 204, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of two counts of aiding an escapee, possession of a controlled substance and obstruction of an officer, according to the Mesa ...


Clifton man guilty of sexual assault on young girl

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton man who attempted suicide in the face of child-sex-assault allegations was found guilty by a jury Wednesday. Daniel John Lyons, 35, was convicted on two counts of sexual assault on a child, two counts of sexual assault on a child as ...


Murder suspect Helmick expected to testify today

By Paul Shockley

Miriam Helmick on Wednesday told a judge she will testify in her own defense. Helmick, 52, was advised of her rights Wednesday afternoon, shortly after prosecutors rested their case around 3 p.m., after 13 days of witness ...


Teen dies of injuries after crash

By Amy Hamilton

Services are today in Glenwood Springs for 19-year-old Glenwood man Jonathan Aguirre, who died Monday from injuries suffered in a Nov. 24 car crash in which five other teens were injured. Aguirre was wearing a seat belt during the single-car ...


Briefs, Dec. 3, 2009

By Staff

Conservative alliance to meet tonight Western Slope Conservative Alliance will have its monthly meeting at 6:30 tonight at the Grand Junction City Hall. Jon Caldara, president of the Independent Institute, and Scott Tipton, candidate for the ...


In Brief: Conservative alliance, county coffee

By Staff

Conservative alliance to meet tonight Western Slope Conservative Alliance will have its monthly meeting at 6:30 tonight at the Grand Junction City Hall. Jon Caldara, president of the Independent Institute, and Scott Tipton, candidate for the ...


Firm gets OK to build pipeline for natural gas

By Staff

Williams said today its majority-owned subsidiary has obtained federal approval to build a 15.5-mile pipeline costing up to $65 million to help deliver Piceance Basin gas to western U.S. markets. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has ...


No tickets yet under texting ban while driving

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado State Patrol in Fruita said no citations were issued locally Tuesday regarding a new state law addressing cellular phones and driving. The statute, which became law on Tuesday, prohibits drivers from sending text messages, ...


Death Notices, Dec. 3, 2009

By Staff

Narcissus Ruth Woodward Roehm, 86, Grand Junction, died Nov. 28, 2009, at Hospice Care Center. No services are planned. Ms. Roehm was a sponsor of Alcoholics Anonymous. Survivors include four children and many grandchildren. James E. ...


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