In an unusual midday meeting Monday, Grand Junction’s city councilors attempted to discuss their reasoning for extending a severance package deal to former city manager Rich Englehart.
The meeting was suggested by City Attorney John Shaver last week after city officials realized a taped executive session June 20 — where the discussion is alleged to have initially took place — was not actually recorded, either because of malfunctioning equipment or the tape was turned off.
Two lawsuits allege that coal companies with mines in western Colorado have caused participants in their retirement plans to lose tens of millions of dollars in funds because the companies offered their own stock as an investment option even as the companies and industry have been financially reeling.
A Fruita man now faces a 25-year jail sentence in the fatal shooting of his wife … more
Changes taking place over the summer on the Colorado Mesa University campus … more
A daily direct flight from Grand Junction to Los Angeles could help boost … more
An Arizona man is accused of crimes including enticement of a child after … more
■ Ruth L. Corey, 95, Collbran, died July 4, 2015, at HopeWest Hospice Care … more
Get rid of common garden problems before they grow.
Lewis Engineering wins county tax exemption.
The Grand Junction 4th of July Parade and celebration.
Rockies support Special Oly, surfing in Glenwood, team tennis tournament.
New Sacred Heart church, movies under the stars, canning with new tech.
Get a unique view of the west while on horseback.
■ Ruth L. Corey, 95, Collbran, died July 4, 2015, at HopeWest Hospice Care Center. … more
In an unusual midday meeting Monday, Grand Junction’s city councilors attempted to discuss … more
Child stuck in locked truck … more
Two lawsuits allege that coal companies with mines in western Colorado have caused participants in … more
Crew members spoke of seeing deer seconds before a helicopter struck a utility line south of Silt … more
Panel on foreign aid set for July 23 … more
We have got to get the fireworks under control in the greater Grand Junction area. Let me preface … more
They’re a few hours apart, Mesa and Gunnison counties, and just about the same size at … more
Any talk of improving infrastructure has gravitated toward fiber networks and broadband capacity … more
We need to be considerate of others with Independence Day fireworks We have got to get the … more
The Grand Junction City Council is giving itself a “do-over” on Monday as penance for … more
Headline: “City broke law in private session.” Usually, when a law is broken, … more
The Daily Sentinel Western Chapter Junior Championship … more
Ogden 8, Grand Junction 7 (10) … more
On the large whiteboard behind Dave Fleming’s desk are a variety of namecards of potential … more
A 7-2 lead wasn’t enough Monday night for the Grand Junction Rockies, who lost 8-7 in 10 … more
Poor putting was a consistent theme on day one of The Daily Sentinel Colorado Golf Association … more
District 1 Little League playoffs began Monday, with the first championship game set for tonight, … more
ubrie Hughes of Grand Junction survived her first open heart surgery when she was 26 days old. … more
Bloomin’ Babies center … more
Fulford was always a tease, according to Richard Perske. The gold miners and others who briefly … more
■ Whitney Ravan of Whitewater graduated on May 9 with a bachelor’s degree in exercise … more
Author featured at Off The Shelf event … more
Until that moment of perfect balance, the tether is very short. Mom says go there, that’s … more
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DENVER (AP) — A suburban Denver baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple will argue Tuesday before the Colorado Court of Appeals that his religious beliefs should protect him from sanctions against his business.
GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — Amanda Peterson, best known for her role in the 1987 romantic comedy "Can't Buy Me Love," has died. She was 43.
DENVER (AP) — Fed by unusually lush vegetation, rabbits have been breeding like rabbits around Colorado, increasing the risk for what normally is a relatively rare bacterial disease in the state.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — They show up in court every day, a visible reminder to jurors that even a killer has parents who love him and don't want him to die.
DENVER (AP) — Presidential candidates are talking about marijuana in ways unimaginable not long ago.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Senate has given final approval to a bill to remove the Confederate flag from the grounds of the Capitol.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Lawyers for women pursuing criminal and civil cases against Bill Cosby say his admission that he obtained quaaludes to give young women before sex could bolster their claims.
VERLOT, Wash. (AP) — A hiker injured in a deadly ice cave collapse has been released from a Seattle hospital, while the conditions of two others have been upgraded.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Authorities believe they have recovered the body of one of the three people who have been missing since a pontoon boat capsized in the Ohio River over the weekend.