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Loma man booked in gunfire incident

By Amy Hamilton

A Loma man suspected of shooting at a vehicle leaving his home around 9 p.m. Monday turned himself in to authorities less than a day later, on Tuesday afternoon, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said. Mark Edward Young, 45, 1640 P ...


Shooting suspect in custody

By Paul Shockley

A man wanted on suspicion of attempted murder in the May 31 shooting at Chateau Apartments surrendered to police Tuesday. Robert Roy Rodriguez, 22, called authorities around 2:30 p.m., saying he wanted to turn himself in, and he was taken ...


Redlands neighborhood on alert after dog mauled

By Staff

Early Saturday morning, a Redlands couple let their little dog out into the back yard. It was the last time they saw their 4-year-old King Charles Cavalier Spaniel alive. The pregnant dog was plucked from over a 3-foot-high fence by a wild ...


Murder suspect once worked in printing industry

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Police revealed Tuesday they believe the man suspected in the 1975 stabbing deaths of a Grand Junction mother and daughter worked in the printing industry during his time here in town. Grand Junction police spokeswoman Kate Porras said ...


Suspect in boy’s killing is insane, doctor says

By Paul Shockley

A state mental health doctor has concluded that Allen Grabe was insane when he repeatedly shot his 13-year-old son last fall, killing the boy as he slept in his bed at the family’s Pear Park home, Chief Deputy District Attorney Dan ...


Magazine ranks GJ outdoors hot spot

By Dave Buchanan

We’re No. 77! We’re No. 77! At least that’s what Outdoors Life magazine says in its most recent survey of the Top 200 sporting towns in the United States. The list, which was released Tuesday, puts Grand Junction in the ...


Steve Beauregard Column July 10, 2010

By Steve Beauregard

Every year there seems to be some new, trendy catch phrase that spreads across the nation like a bad intestinal virus. One year the catch phrase was “You go girl!” Another time it was “Don’t go there!” One year it ...


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‘The Field’ is a dream come true for baseball family

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

For Jim Schroeder, the baseball field he built in his backyard isn’t so much a field of dreams as it is a field of family. Six years ago, Schroeder’s family moved into its new home on E1/2 Road, and the back of the 31/2-acre lot ...


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Draft could send Baldwin to pros instead of Nebraska

By Patrick Bahr

The next three days could bring a big change in the lives of amateur baseball players. That includes a handful of local players when the Major League Baseball draft begins today. Grand Junction High School’s Geoff Baldwin could become ...


Briefs: Local Sports June 09, 2009

By Staff

Volleyball • Wells, Schaneman claim title The Western Colorado Volleyball Club had its Junior Grass Championships last weekend at Columbine Park. The team of Wells and Schaneman of Grand Junction won the Gold Division, defeating Kovach ...


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