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Pizza delivery man turns in pot user

By The AP

AURORA — A man who ordered a pizza after using medical marijuana got more than he bargained for when the delivery man called police. The pizza delivery man says he called police because he was worried about the welfare of a 9-year-old ...


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Hikers’ find leads to arrests in Norwood robbery

By Amy Hamilton

Key tips from citizens and collaborative, quick work by law enforcement helped authorities build a case against several suspects accused of an aggravated kidnapping and robbery of marijuana plants and cash at a home near Norwood in early ...


Summer jobs in trail work, weed removal taking root in Garfield County

By Dennis Webb

Weeds, beware. Trails, take heart. A program that employed about 15 Garfield County teens and young adults this summer to do weed and trail work was enough of a success that county officials are talking about expanding it. County ...


Federal agency watches growing Basalt wildfire

By Staff

A federal firefighting agency hopes to contain the spread of a small but growing wildfire about three miles southeast of Basalt. The fire is burning in rugged terrain and was described Monday afternoon as being about 6 acres in size. It ...


Grand Junction center, director win awards for police, fire dispatch

By Staff

The Grand Junction Regional Communications Center has been named Communications Center of the Year by the Colorado chapter of the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials, the Grand Junction Police Department announced Monday. It ...


Garfield County eyes projects for flood protection

By Dennis Webb

Landowners and public officials in Garfield County are hoping to get bank stabilization work done this fall to provide protection from future flooding after high-water flows damaged property earlier this year. The Bookcliff Conservation ...


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Chiropractor to work Ironman Triathlon

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Few people would refer to the Ironman Worldwide Championship as a “slow day.” The annual triathlon, which will take place Saturday, involves 2.4 miles of swimming, 112 miles of biking and 26.2 miles of running in Kailua-Kona, ...


City: Baseball talks under way

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Negotiations to bring a Minor League Baseball team to Grand Junction are, indeed, under way. After months of speculation, Grand Junction City Manager Laurie Kadrich confirmed late Monday afternoon in a five-sentence statement that the city is ...


Arrest made after woman struck by car

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A Grand Junction man arrested early Monday morning on allegations he critically injured a woman and killed her dog after slamming into them with his sport-utility vehicle was under the influence of at least one drug and driving with a revoked ...


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District 51 candidates leery of statewide tax measure for schools

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The candidates vying for the only contested seat on the School District 51 board share a suspicion that students in Mesa County will garner nothing from a ballot measure aimed at increasing sales taxes for schools. Incumbent Cindy ...


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