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Lochmiller guilty on all counts

By Staff

Philip Rand Lochmiller was found guilty of all 31 counts of conspiracy, fraud and money laundering in connection with his handling of business at Valley Investments by a U.S. District Court jury in Denver. At the heart of the case was a ...


Michelle Obama to visit Aspen

By The AP

ASPEN — First Lady Michelle Obama is making a campaign swing through the West on Tuesday and will stop in Salt Lake City before flying to Aspen. The White House press office says the First Lady will speak at a private fundraiser in ...


Class-action suit filed over Battlement Mesa drilling

By Dennis Webb

A New York City law firm that achieved a lawsuit settlement for more than $800 million for Ground Zero responders has proceeded with a class-action lawsuit against Antero Resources regarding natural gas development in the Battlement Mesa ...


La Plata officers to patrol river in rafts

By The AP

DURANGO — The La Plata County Mounted Patrol has a new mission. The mounties will be floating the Animas River looking for drunk rafters and giving out safety information. The patrol was established after local property owners ...


Vail Pass restrooms closed indefinitely

By The AP

EAGLE COUNTY - People who bike or hike from the top of Vail Pass will have access to running water again in the next few days. But the rest area may close for a few days until the work is finished. The restroom/emergency phone building at the ...


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Sheriff bites Dog: Hilkey rips bounty hunter in arrest of ‘injured, contaminated mess’

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey criticized Wednesday’s surprise delivery to the Mesa County Jail of a pepper-sprayed fugitive by Duane “Dog” Chapman, likening the television bounty hunter’s work to “genuine ...


Amonette bound over for trial in Rifle shootout

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A Rifle police officer Wednesday recounted a fast-deteriorating situation last October when he responded to a domestic dispute and ended up in a shootout in which a colleague was struck in his protective ...


Residents on F Road will have to change address to Patterson

By Amy Hamilton

Within a year, all residents along F Road will have to convert addresses to a Patterson Road address that is based on Mesa County’s numbering system. Grand Junction City Council members Wednesday night approved the plan by a 4–1 ...


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Grass-roots effort beautifies Gateway

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Brenda Watson wanted her kids to come home with grass stains. It would be a nice change, she figured, from the skinned knees they got playing in a rock and dirt field west of their school in Gateway. The field filled with goat’s head ...


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Fair competitor isn’t sheepish about likes

By Daniel Humphries

Katie Petty loves the purple shampoo she uses to clean her two sheep, E.T. and Rango, at the Mesa County Fair. And if you talk to her long enough, she’ll list off more of her favorite things. Her shiny belt buckle.  ...


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