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Burglary act a blessing in disguise

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

An act of burglary earlier this month turned out to be a blessing in disguise for the clients of Mesa Developmental Services. Several bags of aluminum cans turned up missing from a trailer outside of the office at 9th Street and Grand ...

Denver storm cancels flights, leads to outages

By The AP

DENVER — Wet, heavy snow that canceled flights, snapped tree branches and left thousands of people in the Denver-area without power has also closed dozens of schools and delayed openings at several offices along the Front Range. The ...

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Delta police seek missing woman

By Staff

The Delta Police Department is investigating the case of a woman missing since Sunday. They are seeking information about a person identified as Joysain (also known as Jessie) Patel, a woman of Indian-Hindu descent thought to be about 43 ...

Snow shuts down state Capitol

By Charles Ashby

Leaders in the Colorado House and Senate decided not to meet today because of a snowstorm that blanketed the metropolitan area late Tuesday. The National Weather Service had issued a severe weather advisory late yesterday, saying the Denver ...

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Grabe’s wife: Husband ‘had a feeling’ someone was after him

By Paul Shockley

The day before he allegedly murdered his son, Allen Grabe made passing comments that he had a feeling someone was after him and could be trying to poison him, according to testimony this morning from Grabe’s wife. Jaquette Grabe, the ...

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New DNA delays trial for suspect in slayings

By Paul Shockley

In a move spurred in part by new evidence, a judge Tuesday delayed the trial of a man accused of killing a Grand Junction mother and daughter in 1975. “By all means, yes,” 65-year-old Jerry Nemnich told District Judge Brian Flynn, ...


Downtown hotel switches brands

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The Hawthorn Suites is no more. Temporary banners on the front and back of the 70-room hotel built in 2000 note it’s now the Main Street Suites, but that also is a temporary name. Ownership hasn’t changed. It’s still among ...

Officers cleared in fatal shooting

By Paul Shockley

A dying Brent Ingram was dragged by police or medical personnel to the doorway of a North Avenue motel room in an effort to provide easier access for emergency responders, according to a Mesa County forensic pathologist. “Until they ...

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Man charged in wife’s slaying

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors on Tuesday filed charges of first-degree murder and misdemeanor child abuse against a Grand Junction man accused of stabbing his wife to death in front of the couple’s 2-year-old daughter. Octavio Vargas-Herrera, 24, was ...

Endangered species decision nears for wildflower

By Dennis Webb

A Colorado judge will decide whether a rare wildflower merits Endangered Species Act protection from energy development, livestock grazing, off-road vehicle use and other activities in northwestern Colorado and northeastern Utah. U.S. ...

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