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OutFit: Floral jewelry

By Ivy Parnasius

Fashion is taking its cue from nature this spring and imitating the most brilliant blooms in jewelry. Floral necklaces, earrings and bracelets are great ways to instantly brighten your wardrobe and your mood. If you love statement jewelry, ...

Man accused in bar beating death pleads guilty

By Amy Hamilton

A 27-year-old man accused in the beating death of another man outside a downtown Grand Junction bar last fall has pleaded guilty in the case. Sahr Benjamin Mbawa previously pleaded not guilty in the November incident in which Richard Lee ...

Netting being set up in rockfall-prone Glenwood Canyon

By Dennis Webb

A contractor is installing about 14,000 square feet of wire mesh netting to help contain rockfall in an area where boulders closed Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon for several days in early March. The Colorado Department of Transportation ...

Deputy suspended for using Taser on students

By The AP

LEADVILLE — A Lake County sheriff’s deputy who attended a job fair has been suspended for using a stun gun on 30 high school students who said they wanted to know what it felt like. Sheriff Ed Holte says Deputy John Ortega has ...

3 dead found in Cortez area trailer

By The AP

CORTEZ — Two men and a woman have been found shot to death in a trailer outside of Cortez in southwestern Colorado. Montezuma County Sheriff Gerald Wallace says deputies have not determined whether one of the victims shot and killed ...

Search continues for missing Greeley girl

By The AP

GREELEY — The search for 12-year-old Kayleah Wilson continues more than 12 days after she disappeared. Kayleah Wilson has not been seen since March 28 while walking to a birthday party at a friend’s house about a mile away. The ...

Dow trends upward, as it nears 11,000

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The Dow’s unsteady march toward 11,000 is more a testament to the stability and patience of investors rather than any single development, Grand Junction investment experts said. And it’s possible that patience soon could be ...

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Late-blooming fruit trees please growers

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The fruit growers in Palisade seem to be the only ones not complaining about this year’s chilly spring temperatures in the Grand Valley. “The blooms are coming out later than average this year, when generally they bloom too early, ...

Lottery ticket sold in Grand Junction wins $1 million

By Paul Shockley

Someone with a Powerball ticket purchased recently in Grand Junction is a millionaire, according to Colorado Lottery officials. The ticket was purchased at the Shell station, 745 Horizon Drive, sometime between Saturday and Wednesday ...

Blotter, April 9, 2010

By Staff

Accidental death probed Investigators with the Delta Police Department were assisting officials with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration after a worker was killed Thursday at Delta Timber Company, 519 Highway 92. Herb Gibson, ...

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