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Teen accused of bomb threat against schools

By Staff

A 17-year-old from Eagle was arrested Tuesday in connection with a Monday bomb threat made against Eagle County high schools, according to the Eagle County Sheriff’s Department. The teenager was released to a parent after his arrest, ...


Briefs: Local News January 28, 2009

By Staff

Students named to dean’s lists •  The following Grand Junction residents were named to the dean’s list at the University of Wyoming: Jess Thomas Anderson, Lisa M. Barker, Spencer P. Buda, Hilary K. Gore, and Katie Marie ...


Rifle prison would be closed under budget cuts

By Dennis Webb

Its small size, remote location and challenges in hiring and keeping staff led to a proposal Tuesday to close the Rifle Correctional Facility to help the state deal with a budget shortfall. Gov. Bill Ritter made the proposal following a ...


Mesa State says it expects to lose $1.6M

By Staff

Mesa State College announced Tuesday the college would see a $1.6 million reduction in its 2009-10 budget under the proposed state budget cuts announced by Gov. Bill Ritter earlier in the day. The additional budget cuts come after Mesa State ...


Leitner-Poma bucks economic trend

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. Bill Ritter might have summed it up best when he thanked Leitner-Poma of America for its new campus in Grand Junction. “You don’t know what it feels like for a governor to thank a company for expanding business,” Ritter ...


Efficiency demands could backfire

By The Daily Sentinel

President Obama’s desire to have the auto industry drive the country toward energy independence is a worthy enough goal. The president wants autos to burn less gasoline. He’d like the existing automobile-based transportation ...


Death Notices: January 28, 2009

By Staff

•  Knight Leon Colburn, 71, Eckert, died Jan. 24, 2009, at his home. Private services have taken place. Survivors include his wife, Diana K.; six sons, Kevin of Windsor, Knight of Redondo Beach, Calif., Ron Slocum of Delta, Kirk ...


College day care to move, expand

By Staff

Mesa State College’s day-care service, the Little Mavericks Learning Center, is moving, expanding and up for bid. The college is moving the center to the current home of The Bike Shop, in the Development Center, from Medesy Hall, which ...


Man suspected of breaking into gym lockers

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A man who had been working at Telluride Ski Resort has been arrested and accused of breaking into several lockers at a Grand Junction gym and stealing wallets, credit cards, checks and cash from at least four people. Dana Edwin McCrum, 48, of ...


Cops: Man slammed door on boy’s finger

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A Grand Junction man was arrested Monday on suspicion he kicked a door shut on a 10-year-old boy’s finger. A judge Tuesday advised Sidney Wade Wells, 34, 409 Rosevale Road, he could face between 10 and 32 years in prison if convicted of ...


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