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Judge denies troopers’ immunity claim in fatal Redlands shooting in July 2010

By Paul Shockley

Two Colorado State Patrol troopers charged in the 2010 slaying of Redlands resident Jason Kemp do not have legal immunity from prosecution, Mesa County District Judge Richard Gurley said in a ruling handed down Friday. Denver attorney Harvey ...

Death notices, Dec. 14, 2011

By Staff

William “Bill” Barclay Edwards, 71, Loma, died Dec. 12, 2011, at Clifton Elementary School. Services will be held later. Mr. Edwards was a teacher. Survivors include one brother, Dennis, of Grand Junction. Memorial ...

Blotter, Dec. 15, 2011

By Staff

3 teen boys, 2 girls ticketed Three juvenile boys, ages 14 or 15, and two juvenile girls, both 14, were ticketed Monday on suspicion of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of tobacco in the 1600 block of ...

University gets $1.6M to promote alternative energy

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Colorado Mesa University’s proposal to promote western Colorado as a focus of unconventional-energy development got a $1.6 million boost Wednesday. The Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease Board unanimously voted to spend the money — ...

Outdoors jobs bolster economy, study shows

By Dave Buchanan

A recent study by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation said healthy lands and waters provided more than 6 million jobs in the outdoor industry and generated $730 billion nationally in 2006. Many of those jobs and the economic boost they ...


Cheap power the windfall of waterfalls

By Dennis Webb

The power of falling water demonstrates itself in a narrow valley just below Harvey Gap Reservoir north of Silt. There, water exiting below the dam drops some 370 feet in elevation in about a mile, eroding gullies and depositing sediment that ...

Big men’s ability to block shots helps Colorado Mesa defense

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Chandler Burgon and Colton Burgon used to try to draw offensive charges under the basket. It didn’t seem to work. The Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball players were in constant foul trouble. At least one of the 6-foot-8 ...

Warrior Classic is a good early season test for grapplers

By Nick Walter

It’s the equivalent of the high school state wrestling championships before Christmas and one of the most popular annual sporting events in the Grand Valley. The Warrior Classic wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday at Central High ...

GJ’s Trujillo gets tech fall win in first varsity match

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Christmas came early for Jacob Trujillo. The Grand Junction High School freshman has missed the first two weeks of the season with a broken hand and wasn’t expected to join the wrestling team until after the new year. After a ...

Mavs’ Wright selected as a first-team All-American

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Colorado Mesa defensive end Connor Wright wrapped up his final exams early so he could spend more time with his family this week. He spent more time on the phone Wednesday than with family after finding out he was selected to the 2011 ...

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