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Cops release two photos of suspects in robberies

By Paul Shockley

Although victims in two separate armed robberies Saturday in Grand Junction offered similar suspect descriptions, police on Wednesday insisted they don’t know if the crimes are related. ” ... We do not have enough information at ...


Governor launches economic recovery plan

By Charles Ashby

Gov. John Hickenlooper launched an ambitious economic development plan Wednesday, promising to do everything from creating a business-friendly environment in the state to increasing access to capital. In a 75-page report called Colorado ...


Lochmiller fraud case goes to jury

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Philip Rand Lochmiller built Valley Investments on a web of outright lies, misrepresentations and obfuscations, a prosecutor told a federal jury in Denver as it prepared to consider Lochmiller’s fate Wednesday. Lochmiller, according to ...


Doctor eyes run for Congress

By Charles Ashby

A Lone Tree doctor who doesn’t live in the 3rd Congressional District may run for the seat. Dr. Perry Haney, who is a practicing physician and a licensed chiropractor, has launched an exploratory committee seeking donations to run for ...


Police blotter, July 21, 2011

By Staff

Man falls into cattle guard Mesa County Search & Rescue and the Gateway Fire Department responded Friday to the area of 6.3 Road after a man reportedly fell into a cattle guard and could not get out, according to the Mesa County ...


Death Notices, July 21, 2011

By Staff

Edgar L. Jones Sr., 95, Crawford, died July 14, 2011, at home. Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Cedaredge Cemetery. Survivors include two sons, Edgar Jones Jr. of Los Lunas, N.M., and Clifford Jones of San Antonio, N.M.; three ...


Briefs, July 21, 2011

By Staff

Special Olympians to host car wash Mesa Developmental Services will host a car wash from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, at Sutherlands, 2405 F Road. Athletes from Special Olympics and other volunteers will wash cars with all donations going to ...


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Giese, Ness enjoy playing each other at Taco Bell Western Slope Open

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You would think in a tournament the size of the Taco Bell Western Slope Open, you would face different opponents every year. That, however, isn’t always the case. Often, the person across the net is someone you always seem to run into, ...


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Paregien, Sharp enjoying doubles at Taco Bell

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A few years ago, Nancy Paregien decided to take up tennis. She joined a team, but she didn’t stop there. Paregien, 53, asked a co-worker, Lisa Sharp, to join her. This week, the two Grand Junction women are playing in their fifth Taco ...


Gateway Canyons gets new leaders

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Gateway Canyons Resort will turn over its day-to-day operations to hospitality-management company Noble House Hotels and Resorts, a transaction officials with both organizations contend will increase the resort’s visibility, encourage ...


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