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Sanity report delayed for accused murderer

By Paul Shockley

A report likely to prove pivotal in the case of accused child-murderer Allen Grabe has been delayed. In a letter addressed to District Judge Brian Flynn, an official with the Colorado Mental Health Institute in Pueblo blamed cramped ...


FedEx building bigger facility west of airport

By Carrie Marfitano

McCauley Constructors, based in Windsor, broke ground recently on a $3 million FedEx shipping facility west of the Grand Junction Regional Airport. The building should open in September, said Nancy James, business development coordinator for ...


Grandma resists her would-be robber, who runs away

By Paul Shockley

Deanna Morrison did what any other 66-year-old ranch-raised cowgirl would have done. She pushed back. “I just looked at him and said, ‘You’re not getting my purse,’ ” said Morrison, counting her blessings ...


Arrest Prompts Range Of Emotions For Victims’ Friends

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For many, the news that police had caught up to the man suspected in the brutal murder of their classmate and her daughter more than 30 years ago was predictably jolting. For some, it ripped open old wounds and triggered tears that ...


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Strong second half lifts Central soccer past Fruita

By Staff

The Central High School girls soccer team scored three goals in the second half to seize control and beat Fruita Monument 3-0 in a Class 5A Southwestern League game Thursday at Walker Field. After a scoreless first half, the Warriors ...


Briefs: OA Art Roundup April 17, 2009

By Staff

Where art thou this week? Checking out all the art exhibits and receptions happening in Palisade and Grand Junction. •  Palisade Art Lovers Peach Blossom Art Show — The 29th annual show boasts nearly 125 artists exhibiting ...


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Briefs: OA Art on the Corner April 17, 2009

By Staff

• SCULPTURE: “Fraternal Urban Totem” is on the north side of the 400 block of Main Street in front of Cabinets by Design. • ARTIST: Bill Vielehr of Boulder. • DESCRIPTION: Two cast and fabricated aluminum ...


OA: Rock Cesario Column April 17, 2009

By Rock Cesario

Chester Burnett, aka Howlin’ Wolf, in my opinion was and still is the most dynamic blues performer the genre has ever seen. I read about Howlin’ Wolf most recently in Ted Gioia’s 2008 book “Delta Blues,” and I ...


Briefs: OA Road Trip April 17, 2009

By Staff

Here’s a look at some big shows and events coming to Colorado and Utah in the near future. •  Queensryche — The Depot, Salt Lake City, April 26. •  Neil Young with the Neville Brothers — Magness Arena ...


Briefs: OA Music Scene April 17, 2009

By Staff

Other music events in the area: • Colorado West Invitational Music Festival, area high schools and Mesa State College, Friday and Saturday, April 17–18, 254-6508. • Til Willis, rock, indie, Americana, Coffee Muggers, 644 ...


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