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Mavericks drop in national poll

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Three straight losses have dropped the Mesa State College men’s basketball team from the top 10 two weeks ago to No. 23 in the National Association of Basketball Coaches poll. The Mavericks (20-4) were No. 9 two weeks ago, then slipped ...

Trial begins for man suspected of killing Bronco

By The AP

DENVER — Prosecutors say a suspected gang member accused of shooting and killing Denver Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams fired indiscriminately into a rented limousine after a confrontation at a nightclub. Prosecutors made their ...


Fire consumes city business

By Amy Hamilton

A portable-toilet company, Bestway Services, sustained a major blow Monday when much of its equipment burned in a fast-moving fire. However, owners said they plan to rebuild the business. Authorities with the Grand Junction Fire Department on ...

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Woman sentenced in husband’s jailbreak

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At first glance, Marilynne Johnson appeared to be a conniving felon, helping her husband plan and execute an elaborate jailbreak consisting of hacksaw blades and bedsheets and steering the getaway vehicle to Mexico, where they presumably ...

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Man accused of kidnap, assault

By Amy Hamilton

A 21-year-old Grand Junction man was arrested Sunday on a warrant on suspicion of kidnapping a man, beating him up, robbing him and leaving him in a field, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. The Sheriff’s ...

Search teams hunt for missing Colorado snowboarder

By The AP

CREEDE — Search and rescue teams are looking for a snowboarder who was last seen Saturday at the Wolf Creek Ski Area in southern Colorado. Mineral County sheriff’s deputies say crews searched Sunday and Monday for 42-year-old ...

Lawmakers propose changes to drug sentencing

By The AP

DENVER — Drug users could end up spending less time behind bars to free up more money for treatment under an overhaul of the state’s drug laws being pushed by bipartisan group of lawmakers as well as prosecutors and public ...

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Free pancakes at IHOP in honor of Shriners Hospital

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

A short stack of fluffy buttermilk pancakes spread with whipped butter and dripping with warm maple syrup will not only leave your belly happy, it could save the life of a child. The IHOP restaurant chain was celebrating National Pancake Day ...

Coroner releases annual report

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The percentage of deaths investigated by the Mesa County Coroner’s Office in 2009 fell slightly from the previous two years, the office said in its annual report. In 2009, 31.8 percent of deaths were investigated by the coroner’s ...

Official promises action in Prather springs contamination

By Dennis Webb

Oil and gas regulators say they hope that “meaningful remediation work” begins this year on the contamination of spring water on the Prather property northwest of Parachute, a state official said Monday. The comments by David ...

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