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3 hrs ago | The Grand Junction Sentinel
The family of a woman who was beaten to death, before her body was dumped at the foot of Colorado National Monument, gasped with joy and applauded in court as a Mesa County judge announced the maximum sentence in the case.
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4 hrs ago | KKCO-TV Grand Junction
With diminishing staff in recent years, individual managers have been in charge of less people,leading to the decision to bring departments together.
In the late afternoon of March 11, the Montrose County Sheriff's Office recovered a woman's body in the Sawmill Mesa area of the Uncompahgre Plateau while assisting the Mesa County Sheriff's Office attempting to locate a missing woman.
The Mesa County Animal Welfare Partnership is partnering with area veterinarians to offer vouchers for spay and neuter operations for Mesa County pet owners.
March is fraud prevention month and the Mesa County Department of Human Services is asking for your help in stopping welfare fraud.
The exercise will be conducted at the Colorado Law Enforcement Training Center on Whitewater Hill off 32 Road.
Lacey Kubisch, left, of Grand Junction answers a question from Brianna Hofer, a business development representative for the Mesa County Workforce Center, as she picks up an application form during a hiring event at the center Wednesday.
Montrose County Sheriff Rick Dunlap reported on Wednesday morning that a women's body was recovered from Sawmill Mesa area of the Uncompahgre Plateau.
Members of the Western Slope Initiative presented to Mesa County commissioners Monday morning, asking for collaboration on protection, prevention and prosecution to end the crime.
Investigators with the Mesa County Sheriff's Office are looking for eight stolen firearms and multiple rare coins that were taken from a Redlands' home.
While Lionshead rock, which fell to the valley floor last week near Minturn, looks like a good new place for a bit of bouldering, Excel Energy is asking the public to stay away from the slide area due to hazardous conditions.
Kevin Truong, 34, of Grand Junction died of multiple injuries in a crash on the Redlands early Sunday morning, according to the Mesa County Coroner's Office.
Luke Austin Artinger, 24, was booked into the Mesa County Jail Oct. 8, 2013, under the false name Jeremy Ibarra.