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Plea deal reached in shooting

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A Fruitvale man pleaded guilty today to one felony menacing in a shooting last December in which five men were wounded. None of the victims of the shooting attended the hearing in which Joshua Anton pleaded guilty to a county of menacing with ...


Opponents of tax limits have raised more than $4M

By The AP

DENVER — A coalition formed to fight three tax-limit initiatives on Colorado’s November ballot has raised more than $4 million. Coloradans for Responsible Reform plans to spend most of it on television ads that will run after ...


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Local eye doctors perform free eye surgeries in Latin America

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

When Doctor Deborah Lenahan hears words like “thank you for changing my brother’s life,” it makes the trip to Peru and the long hours performing eye surgery after eye surgery worth it. “There was this 17-year-old boy, ...


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Playing dirty: With a 16-acre garden, Grand Valley man passionate about produce

By Melinda Mawdsley

Some people never get tired of playing in the dirt. Although the chance to get his hands dirty is not the only reason Bob Beasley loves to garden, it’s a main one. A love of gardening doesn’t make Beasley different from other ...


Panel meets to recommend Mullarkey replacement

By The AP

DENVER — The process to name a replacement for the outgoing chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court is getting under way. A nominating commission is set to meet today to review applications for those who want to fill the spot being ...


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Crash driver had suspended license

By Paul Shockley

A suspected drunken driver who crashed his pickup into a Grand Junction home early Sunday, damaging three vehicles at the residence, was driving with a suspended license because of a previous alcohol-related driving offense, according to the ...


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Palisade Town Board favors continued sponsorship of festival

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A year ago, the decision to move a bluegrass music festival from Hotchkiss to Palisade looked like a masterstroke. And it wasn’t just because organizers were moving the event to a larger venue with more lodging options. In its first ...


Documents reveal ‘monumental’ plans for land by BLM

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Broad swaths of western land, equivalent to the size of Colorado and Wyoming combined, should be considered “treasured lands” and managed without regard to state lines or other jurisdictional boundaries, according to an internal ...


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Jewel of Glenwood Canyon to reopen today

By Dennis Webb

As Ed Carlson headed up the Hanging Lake Trail last week, hiking poles in hand, he said something few people ever have said about this Glenwood Canyon attraction. “The nice part of this is it’s always very, very quiet up ...


Appellate court upholds dismissal of principal lawsuit

By Paul Shockley

A federal appellate court has upheld a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit lodged by a former principal at Redlands Middle School who alleged she was denied due process when she was placed on administrative leave from the school in ...


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