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Assistant pleads guilty in investment scheme

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The executive assistant to the owner of failed Valley Investments in Grand Junction faces as many as five years in prison after pleading guilty to a conspiracy charge. Shawnee Carver, 34, was the executive assistant to Valley Investments ...

One injured in truck fire at drilling well pad

By Dennis Webb

One person suffered minor injuries Thursday afternoon when a hot oiler truck caught fire at an Antero Resources well pad between Silt and Rifle. Investigators are looking into the fire’s cause. The Rifle Fire Protection District said ...

Ritter lauds health care consortium in Grand Junction

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Gov. Bill Ritter on Thursday recognized the contribution of a health care consortium centered in Grand Junction. The Colorado Beacon Consortium, informally called the Grand Junction system, has been held up by President Obama and others as a ...

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Homeless suspect arrested in beating

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A homeless man remains in Mesa County Jail on $200,000 bond in connection with a weekend fight in which a witness said he bragged of beating another homeless man with a cane. The victim is in no immediate danger of dying, but it’s ...

New policy to prevent data breach

By Paul Shockley

Nobody was responsible for keeping tabs on an unsecured Mesa County server to ensure sensitive data wasn’t stored where it shouldn’t have been, according to the manager of Mesa County’s Information Technology ...


Washed-out road repairs to begin

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Construction to repair the steep, switch-backed Mineral Bottom Road in Grand County, Utah, will start next week, barely five months after the road was washed out by powerful storms. The U.S. Department of Transportation is taking charge of ...

Briefs, Dec. 10, 2010

By Staff

Rep.-elect Scott to serve on two panels Rep.-elect Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction, will serve on two important panels when the Colorado Legislature convenes next month. House Speaker-to-be Frank McNulty, R-Highlands Ranch, is to announce today ...

Blotter, Dec. 10, 2010

By Staff

DUI checkpoint tonight The Colorado State Patrol and local law enforcement agencies will conduct a DUI checkpoint tonight. The State Patrol said it will check for drivers driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs but have not said ...

121010 history

Early Grand Junction home to 20 rough-and-tumble saloons

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In 1882, Grand Junction was a bustling, wild frontier town. The full-time population of Grand Junction was 524 people. As the railroad came closer to Grand Junction, the population of railroad men, teamsters and others working on the building ...

District 51 near its testing goals

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A new system for rating Colorado school districts shows School District 51 has room for improvement but is close to meeting state goals for academic growth and achievement. The new rating system, called performance frameworks, replaced the ...

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