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Electric blanket may have caused fire

By Staff

A residential fire in Palisade that left a family homeless Monday may have been started by an electric blanket. Palisade Fire Department Chief Richard Rupp said the fire originated in the master bedroom of the home at 114 Majestic Court. ...


Bill to end death penalty advances

By Amy Hamilton

A plan to eliminate the death penalty in Colorado and transfer the savings toward a team that would investigate the state’s more than 1,400 unsolved murders, passed its first hurdle by lawmakers this week. After hours of often tearful ...


Blotter: February 25, 2009

By Staff

Burglary alleged in arrest •  Authorities said Monday that 28-year-old Derek Michael Modak of Grand Junction was arrested on charges of burglary and contributing to the delinquency of a minor in a Jan. 16 burglary at Westminster ...


Dick Maynard Column February 25, 2009

By Staff

Netiquette for geezers. There’s a window of opportunity for the Milieu to jump through. The past decade has brought about a whole new cyber-space world of texting, talking on the cell and e-mail, a universe coming complete with its own ...


Source of sickening spring seep still unknown

By Dennis Webb

Despite intensive efforts, investigators have yet to find the exact source of oil and gas operations that contaminated a spring northwest of Parachute, causing a man to become ill last May. The delay is becoming frustrating for Ned Prather ...


Judge grants another delay in Rifle murder case

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A judge Tuesday morning reluctantly further delayed arraignment of a Rifle man on a murder charge because attorneys still await evidence, including toxicology results, from the Colorado Bureau of ...


Strip Club2 passes 2-24-9

City board OKs permit for strip club

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A proposal to open a strip club in northwest Grand Junction took a major step forward Tuesday night after the Grand Junction Planning Commission approved a conditional-use permit to allow alcohol service. Planning commissioners voted 4-2 to ...


Teen crash victim was well over adult limit

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The 18-year-old Grand Junction woman who died in a single-car accident Feb. 8 after being stopped by a Fruita police officer had more than double the legal limit of alcohol in her system, authorities said. Samantha Loy had a blood-alcohol ...


Colorado Dems praise speech for its honesty

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President Obama won praise from the Colorado congressional delegation after the president’s first speech to a joint session of Congress. Obama had “the courage to tell the people the hard truth about the economy,” U.S. Rep. ...


Chihuahua killed by poodle at park

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For 88-year-old Dorothy Frank, 6-year-old Mocha was her best friend and lifeline. She slept with the chocolate brown Chihuahua and was reluctant to go out to eat because she didn’t want to leave Mocha behind. But on Saturday, during an ...


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