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Threat suspect’s bond stays at $100K

By Amy Hamilton

Mesa County District Court Judge Valerie Robison on Thursday denied a bond reduction for an 18-year-old man accused of making threats against Palisade High School. Michelle Devlin, an attorney for Robert Dell Johnson, argued there was no ...

Briefs, Oct. 30, 2009

By Staff

Harvest Fest for children Saturday Mesa State College Future Business Leaders of America Phi Beta Lambda will host a Harvest Fest for children from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday in the new classroom building, 1400 Houston Ave. The event includes ...

Salazar to back health-care bill unveiled by Pelosi on Thursday

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U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., said he will support the health care measure unveiled Thursday by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Salazar, whose spokesman last week denounced his listing as a supporter of the public-option for health care by ...


Problem water pipe to be replaced in spring; more breaks expected

By Staff

A nearly 50-year-old water- line that broke twice earlier this week ruptured again in spectacular fashion Thursday, sending water, rocks and other debris gushing into the air above a Grand Junction neighborhood. It flooded at least one home ...

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Holding on: Mesa’s Murray wants to make most of final snaps

By Allen Gemaehlich

Justin Murray has been a winner in everything he’s done. The former three-sport athlete at Grand Junction High School played on the state champion baseball team, the state runner-up football team and on a league championship basketball ...

District 51 school board considers budget cuts

By Emily Shockley

District 51 School Board members spent more than two hours Thursday morning piecing together a list of potential budget reductions. The list, which may change before an adjusted budget is formally adopted before the end of the year, includes ...

Man dies in Interstate 70 crash

By Paul Shockley

A man died Thursday evening after his pickup rolled on Interstate 70 near Grand Junction, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The man, whose identity wasn’t immediately known, was the sole occupant of the truck, which careened out ...

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Ritter pen constrained by state Constitution

By Staff

Depression Era crook Willie Sutton is reported to have said that he robbed banks because “that’s where the money is.” Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter could just as easily say he’s carving the greatest chunk of his latest ...

Tiger soccer team snowed out

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School soccer team didn’t spend Wednesday afternoon on the soccer field as planned. Instead of fighting for their season against Cherry Creek in the first round of the Class 5A soccer playoffs, the Tigers were ...

Plea talks active in De Beque slaying

By Paul Shockley

Assistant District Attorney Rich Tuttle said plea negotiations are active but that an offer has yet to be extended to a Rifle man accused of beating another man to death with a sledgehammer handle. Kenneth Earl Wright, 44, formally waived ...

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