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2nd cop resigns in pepper spray probe

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A Grand Junction police officer who was among a group of officers under an internal investigation focusing on misuse of pepper spray resigned Friday, ending a probe into how police use the weapon in connection with transients. In an e-mail to ...


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Candidates oppose tax amendments

By Charles Ashby

Though they both said they would defend the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights at all costs, both Republican candidates for House District 54 said Friday they were not in favor of three controversial measures on this year’s ballot. Those ...


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When Grand Junction Regional Center’s door closes, another door opens

By Amy Hamilton

Nurses and staff swarm around the home’s occupants who sit in wheelchairs and lie on gurneys. They lean their heads in close to talk, tickling clients’ cheeks and patting their delicate arms and legs. The smell of roasting turkey ...


Ritter wants disaster aid for Montrose after freeze

By Staff

Gov. Bill Ritter requested federal disaster assistance Friday for Montrose County because of last spring’s freezing temperatures. In a letter to U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Ritter is requesting Secretarial Disaster ...


Arizona fugitives thought to be driving Nissan Sentra, police say

By Dennis Webb

Arizona authorities say two men who escaped from prison with a third man later caught in Rifle are thought to be driving a 1997 Nissan Sentra. The vehicle is platinum gold and has an Arizona license plate of 620 PFV, the Arizona Department of ...


Death Notices, Aug. 7, 2010

By Staff

Ruby Mary Delimont, 85, Paonia, died Aug. 5, 2010, at the Paonia Care Center. No services are planned. Survivors include her husband, Adrian; two sons, Dennis of Denver and Alan of Lehi, Utah; one brother, Michael Kuretich of Salt Lake City; ...


Former GJ star Swartzendruber lifts Chill over Baton Rouge

By Staff

Pro Soccer Junction product leads team into title game Former Grand Junction High School standout soccer player Brandon Swartzendruber helped lead the Thunder Bay Chill to a 2-1 victory over Baton Rouge in the semifinals of the United Soccer ...


Orchard Mesa Major boys win, face Altamont today in Waco

By Staff

The Orchard Mesa Little League Major boys are off to a promising start. Friday at the Southwestern Regional Tournament in Waco, Texas, Orchard Mesa defeated Tulsa (Okla.) American Little League 11-2. “We tried to emphasize that they ...


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Growing form of golf: Disc throwers having fun in relaxed environment at Palisade’s Riverbend Park

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You can often see Don Hedgecock strolling through Palisade’s Riverbend Park pulling his disc golf clubs behind him. The gray-bearded Grand Junction 55-year-old is out there practically every weekend throwing his plastic disc at the ...


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You Saw It Photos for August, 2010

By Dan Bennett

Eye catching photos submitted by our readers  ...


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