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Funds going to rebuild visitor center at Dinosaur

By Dennis Webb

Condemned portions of the Quarry Visitor Center at Dinosaur National Monument will be torn down and replaced in one of nearly 800 park projects across the country to be funded by federal stimulus money. The National Park Service on Wednesday ...


Thief smashes store window, steals smokes

By Staff

A desire for nicotine drove a man, dressed in a black sweatshirt with a hood, to smash out the drive-through window of a Smoker Friendly Store and steal about $71 worth of Marlboro cigarettes. The crook struck just after midnight Wednesday, ...


Blotter: April 23, 2009

By Staff

No one hurt in fire • No one was injured in a Wednesday afternoon house fire at 2230 Kingston Road in the Redlands. One teenage boy was home when a deck fire broke out in the rear of the home, but he was able to evacuate, said ...


Accused failed purse snatcher gets $15,000 bond

By Paul Shockley

A man suspected of twice failing to rob women of their purses was ordered jailed on $15,000 bond during a first court appearance Wednesday. Adrian Peters, 19, of Grand Junction, was free on bond and had a pending felony check fraud case in ...


Fresh off arrest, police probing more cold cases

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More than 30 years after a Grand Junction mother and daughter were stabbed to death inside their apartment, police took advantage of advances in DNA technology to arrest a serial rapist they think is responsible for the brutal murders. That ...


Former Bronco juggles court dates, bills

By Dennis Webb

Just days after the arrest of former Denver Bronco Vance Johnson for two missed court dates, his name has shown up for the second straight year in a foreclosure notice involving his home near Glenwood Springs. Johnson, 46, said in an ...


WEEKEND QUAKES IN PARADOX VALLEY CAUSED BY MAN, OFFICIALS SAY

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Earth movements that tickled Paradox Valley over the weekend are believed to have been the result of a desalinization project along the Dolores River. Officials with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation said the movements are to be expected when ...


Resort’s flight plan buffeted by opponents

By Staff

John Hendricks’ vision for a commercial air tourism operation for his Gateway Canyons Resort has flown into some severe turbulence. On Tuesday night in Gateway, by a 4-3 vote the Mesa County Planning Commission rejected Hendricks’ ...


Briefs: Local News April 22, 2009

By Staff

First Street lanes to be closed • Both northbound lanes of First Street from North Avenue to Sherwood Drive will be closed for sewer line repair beginning at 9 a.m. today. Detours will be marked for Motor Street to Independent Avenue or ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup April 22, 2009

By Staff

High School Baseball • Offense lifts Central to win Central used two big innings to overtake Montrose 7-5 on Tuesday in Montrose. Alex Kitzman went five innings to earn the victory and Dane Barsland finished with two innings of ...


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