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Crooks’ attorney may ask to move trial

By Paul Shockley

An attorney for a former Grand Junction Police Department officer may seek to move the officer’s domestic violence trial away from Mesa County because of pretrial attention. Martha Kent, a private attorney who represents former officer ...


Republicans are positioned for a strong Colorado showing in 2010

By Rick Wagner

One thing political developments such as we’ve had over the last couple of weeks do is fill up my e-mail inbox. With the disorienting withdrawal of state Sen. Josh Penry from the gubernatorial campaign recently, my inbox runneth ...


Backpack caring

By Staff

In a nation where obesity is an epidemic, and most of us have an abundance of food, it’s hard to imagine that many people go hungry. That’s why a federal report earlier this month was so startling. It said that one in seven ...


Closing minds to save money

By Staff

In the middle of Colorado’s budget quagmire, state officials have been tossing out a multitude of ideas aimed at rescuing state finances from sinking in the recessionary quicksand. That’s good. The more ideas put forth, the more ...


Death Notices, Nov. 28, 2009

By Staff

Wayne Rufus Pace, 86, Grand Junction, died Nov. 12, 2009, at Larchwood Inns. Services will be at 10 a.m.  Dec. 4 at First Assembly of God. Inurnment will be at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. Mr. Pace was a car ...


Victim of motor home fire yet to be identified

By Dennis Webb

Authorities had yet to confirm Friday the identification of the person who died in a fire in a motor home near Glenwood Springs earlier this week. The victim’s body was found after firefighters knocked down the flames early Tuesday at ...


No agreement yet in Roan gas development

By Dennis Webb

A second court-ordered settlement conference aimed at resolving litigation over oil and gas development on the Roan Plateau near Rifle has failed to produce an agreement. Court documents indicate the conference focused partly on the idea of ...


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Home for the holidays: Sherman brings team back to his roots for Clarion Inn Thanksgiving Tip-off

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Jeff Sherman never intended to be away from western Colorado his entire adult life. He’s been back often, visiting his father, Al, who was his basketball coach at De Beque High School, and family. And he’s brought his Central ...


Record turnout for 5K Turkey Trot

By Paul Shockley

Lance Whitesides, 8, trekked just over three miles Thursday morning at his own pace, finishing the looping course at Power Road in 35 minutes. And he still hadn’t worked up an appetite for turkey. “I’d rather have the ...


Lawyer: Prior convictions inadmissible

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An attorney for a convicted rapist accused of killing a Grand Junction mother and daughter in 1975 is seeking to prevent prosecutors from introducing evidence that could show the suspect has a history of committing violent crimes. Public ...


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