Western Colorado

Page 1329 of 1841


SMILE Cocker 062608

Cocker’s Hotchkiss show to benefit charity

By Melinda Mawdsley

Call it a home-stage advantage. On July 6, singer Joe Cocker will perform at the Delta County Fairgrounds in Hotchkiss, which is only 10 minutes from his Crawford ranch. Cocker, an internationally acclaimed musician, is taking the home stage ...


051510 City Tour 1

Citizens: Scale back safety-building plan

By {screen_name}

The Grand Junction City Council got a go-ahead signal, sort of, on Friday to move forward with new police and fire buildings. To get any project going, council members were told by constituents, they have to go a long way to rebuild trust ...


CROOKS Courtney new Mug

Exonerated Grand Junction cop seeking return to law enforcement

By Paul Shockley

A former Grand Junction Police Department officer who was acquitted on a domestic violence charge told a judge Friday he aims to get another job in law enforcement. Toward that, Chief Judge David Bottger granted a request to seal a public ...


Motorcycle deaths dip in Mesa County, following U.S. trend

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County had one fatal motorcycle accident in 2009, reflective of state and national trends showing a drop in motorcyclist deaths, according to figures released Friday. The lone Mesa County fatality was down from four in 2008, and three in ...


Agriculture secretary approves Somerset mine’s methane vents

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has agreed to let the Elk Creek Mine drill 12 methane vent wells in an inventoried roadless area near Somerset. The U.S. Department of Agriculture initially caused confusion Thursday when it mistakenly ...


Non-licensed psychologist runs afoul of state board

By Dennis Webb

Regulators have issued a cease and desist order against a St. Louis psychologist believed to have practiced in Colorado without a state license, as he also faces local scrutiny for reportedly being a registered sex offender in Missouri and ...


College leader unhappy with possible funding loss of $10 million

By Emily Shockley

A provision tucked into one paragraph of a 52-page higher-education-flexibility bill on its way to the governor’s desk could cost Mesa State College $10 million, according to Mesa State President Tim Foster. If signed into law, Senate ...


Mesa State now offers degrees in three years

By Emily Shockley

Students hoping to whip through Mesa State College in three years will have a program designed to help them accomplish that task beginning this fall. The Mav3 Graduation Plan puts a student on a specialized schedule of course work that ...


Virtual colonoscopies2 0512

Go online to check Community Hospital’s prices

By Amy Hamilton

Want to know how much your hospital bill will be before you go? Community Hospital, the first hospital in the state and only one of a handful of health care agencies nationwide, posts prices for its range of health care procedures on its ...


Williams, VanGundy recycle items to help Special Olympics

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The clients at Mesa Developmental Services lost no more than $25 worth of recycling materials in a burglary at their facility in early March. But after news of the theft appeared in the March 11 edition of The Daily Sentinel, a local ...


Page 1329 of 1841




TOP JOBS




THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Sign in to your account
Information

© 2014 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy