|Dog Ban Possible for Grand Mesa|
|Posted by <> on 2/16/2017 1:19:00 PM.|
The U.S. Forest Service, Grand Valley Ranger District has received complaints and requests for additional restrictions and/or closures related to dogs at parking areas and on trails on the Grand Mesa National Forests. The District is seeking public input and comment regarding the possible need to close one or more Nordic ski trail system(s) to dogs and/or the need to implement other restrictions to decrease conflicts between winter recreationists and dogs. Currently, dogs are allowed on all trails throughout the Grand Mesa National Forest.
|us forest service, grand mesa, dog|
|Posted by <> on 10/6/2016 11:08:00 AM.|
Three people were hurt in shootings on the Grand Mesa late Wednesday night. The Mesa County Sheriff's says the shootings happened in Molina, near the Post Office. Officials claim injuries appear to be non life-threatening. The sheriff's office is looking for three suspects who should be considered armed and dangerous. The first is identified as 23-year-old Treavun Faison, He's described as 6 feet 1 inch tall, and about 170 pounds. Authorities say Faison has ties to North Carolina and Florida.
|grand mesa, shooting, molina|
|Legal Troubles Mount For Hunter|
|Posted by <> on 10/25/2015 1:17:00 PM.|
|A 59-year-old hunter from Minnesota had just made a court appearance in Grand Junction, when he was met outside by a process server. Guy Leslie Pohto is facing criminal charges for his role in the shooting death of a 14-year-old boy. As he left the courtroom, he was handed a copy of a wrongful death lawsuit which is being filed against him in federal court. Teenager Justin Burns was shot to death last month on the Grand Mesa. |
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|Bear Attack on Grand Mesa|
|Posted by <> on 9/22/2015 10:58:00 AM.|
|CPW released an update on the Bear attack, initially it was it was reported an man was mauled by a bear last weekend on the Grand Mesa, now Wildlife officers say a hunter in his late 60s was parked on his ATV on Forest Service Road 105, above Powderhorn Ski Resort, when he says a bear approached and attacked, causing him to drive over a small cliff into large rocks below. The crash resulted in extensive but non-life threatening injuries. |
|Grand Mesa, Bear, Attack, Hunter|