A motorcycle rests on a canal bank where a rider ran off 18 1/2 Road east of Fruita sometime Friday night. A ditch rider discovered the accident Saturday morning and found the body in the canal at 17 1/2 road. The fatal accident is being investigated by the Fruita Police Department.
A Fruita farmer pumped $20,000 into the campaigns of two challengers for the Mesa County Commission, giving $10,000 each to Democrats Dave Edwards and Mel Mulder.
A local district attorney has agreed to a request by Garfield County Democratic … more
A Washington, D.C.-based GOP super PAC has begun airing a new television ad … more
The Grand Valley Drainage District is asking a judge to rule that its stormwater … more
Incumbent Rose Pugliese and challenger Dave Edwards took different approaches to … more
Glenwood Springs police continue to wait for forensics results and the … more
Riding the Old Spanish Trail, prep football, volleyball and soccer.
Help save Dorothy’s ruby slippers (and other things) via Kickstarter.
Students build Lego robot, Fifth Street mural, FMHS veterinary science team.
Taste of Home Cooking School is coming: What’s your favorite family meal?
Thousands rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Scenes from the rally in Grand Junction for Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Glenwood Springs police continue to wait for forensics results and the possibility of interviewing … more
A Fruita farmer pumped $20,000 into the campaigns of two challengers for the Mesa County … more
BIRTHS … more
Big gun heist is investigated … more
■ Talmadge Joel Anthony, 57, Grand Junction, died Oct. 16, 2016, at the Veterans Affairs … more
The Bureau of Land Management hopes that three rules finalized this week will help ensure proper … more
In December of 2014, The Daily Sentinel published an editorial describing Mesa County as a … more
According to the U.S. Census, there are an estimated 518,517 Hispanic or Latino individuals who … more
An infant tragically and unexpectedly dies in her sleep. A young boy with asthma fights for his … more
In his weekly Sentinel column, former Grand Junction City Council member Jim Spehar did an … more
71 gives western Colorado a small, but guaranteed voice in what goes on ballot Common sense … more
I am quite surprised and disappointed to read your editorial endorsing Gail Schwartz over Scott … more
MEEKER — You didn’t have to tell the Meeker High School football players. They … more
Melissa Gellermann’s two-run home run and 12 strikeouts weren’t quite enough Friday … more
It was quick, efficient and unmerciful. … more
DELTA — The balanced offensive game plan Delta High School’s football team has thrived … more
LOVELAND — Loveland High School’s Zach Weinmaster took the ball in a number of ways … more
Palisade 48, Battle Mountain 7 … more
Film shows Seventh-day Adventist history … more
Some folks think raking leaves and winterizing their sprinkler systems are the only fall garden … more
I would like to know how to care for my hardy pampas and dwarf pampas grass for the winter. Also, … more
My wife’s been “appertising” again. Appertising is the original name for … more
Library accepts Artist in Residence applications … more
KMSA 91.3 FM is sounding better than it has in a long while. Having been a listener since its … more
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DENVER (AP) — Government investigators said they are looking into allegations that Department of Veterans Affairs employees in Colorado kept unofficial lists of veterans waiting for health care that could conceal how long it takes to get an appointment, possibly broadening a nationwide scandal.
DENVER (AP) — Government investigators said Wednesday they are looking into allegations that Department of Veterans Affairs employees in Colorado kept unofficial lists of veterans waiting for health care that could conceal how long it takes to get an appointment, possibly broadening a nationwide scandal.
DENVER (AP) — Business owners are replacing idealists in the pot-legalization movement as the nascent marijuana industry creates a broad base of new donors, many of them entrepreneurs willing to spend to change drug policy.
WESTCLIFFE, Colo. (AP) — A wildfire in southern Colorado has destroyed five homes, and hundreds of people remain under evacuation orders, authorities said Tuesday.
WESTCLIFFE, Colo. (AP) — The Latest on a wildfire burning in southern Colorado (all times local):
SEATTLE (AP) — A toddler who died in a house fire was found with his dog and teddy bear next to him and authorities believe the dog tried to protect the boy, a spokesman for Spokane's fire department said Saturday.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — There has been little impact to the water supply so far from a ruptured pipeline during a freak storm in Pennsylvania that sent nearly 55,000 gallons of gasoline into a creek tributary, officials said Saturday.
CINCINNATI (AP) — Under tight courthouse security and close monitoring by local officials concerned about keeping the peace, jury selection begins Tuesday for the murder trial of a white university police officer charged with killing an unarmed black man during a traffic stop.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Two Minneapolis police officers followed proper procedure in a confrontation that led to the fatal shooting of Jamar Clark in November, and won't face discipline, the city's police chief announced.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Drivers in Texas busted for drunken driving, not paying child support or low-level drug offenses are among thousands of "high-threat" criminal arrests being counted as part of a nearly $1 billion mission to secure the border with Mexico, an Associated Press analysis has found.