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Sex assaults alleged on 6-year-old girl

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man is accused of sexually assaulting a young girl over the course of 10 months, ending in the fall of last year. Brian Leo Erickson, 34, was ordered held in Mesa County Jail on $150,000 bond after his arrest Thursday by ...


No contact with single mothers, judge tells Fruita sex offender

By Paul Shockley

A judge ordered a Fruita man Friday to have no contact with single mothers, then sentenced him to 10 years to life on probation. Robert Fortier, 40, was ordered by District Judge Richard Gurley to complete intensive sex-offender treatment and ...


Death Notices, Dec. 19, 2009

By Staff

Rose E. Darlington, 92, Clifton, died Dec. 17, 2009, at her home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Hayden Cemetery in Hayden. Mrs. Darlington was a homemaker. Survivors include one son, Darryll of Dolores; one daughter, Deborah Parman ...


Bennet aims to protect health care savings

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A measure offered by Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., would require supermajorities in Congress to approve recommended approaches should health care changes fail to produce the savings they’re intended to accomplish. Bennet is trying to ...


Police Blotter, Dec. 19, 2009

By Staff

Roommate assault alleged A Grand Junction man was arrested Thursday after he allegedly assaulted his roommate, who is in a wheelchair, following an argument, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department reported. Robert Wain Kristy, 45, 3190 ...


Trucking company held hostage by process

By Staff

Just when we all had thought that the Brady Trucking question was decided, it has come roaring back, to our dismay. Opponents of Brady’s plans to expand its operations near 27 1/2 and C 1/2 roads in south downtown have vowed to appeal a ...


Grand Valley is ready to host federal judge

By Staff

It’s rare that such opportunities present themselves, but the pending federal case involving the failed Valley Investments firm in Grand Junction presents a chance for the federal bench to make an appearance on the West Slope. We hope ...


Scrooge’s original lifestyle left a tiny carbon footprint

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Scrooge was, according to modern-day dogma, right the first time. Scrooge would, in fact, be quite comfortable with the whole business of avoiding energy use, even if it wasn’t to save the planet. “Darkness is cheap and Scrooge ...


Professor emeritus receives spot in music hall of fame

By Melinda Mawdsley

Even as a child, Paul Schneider dreamed of being a band leader. When he was an eighth-grader, Schneider tagged along on his music teachers’ trip to the annual Colorado Music Educators Association conference for workshops on strategies, ...


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Cashing in downslope: Telluride races jolt ski-season economy

By Dave Buchanan

The economic ripples from the 2009 Snowboardcross World Cup races this weekend at Telluride aren’t confined to businesses lining the narrow San Miguel River valley. As businesses in Telluride count the reasons they are happy to host ...


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