Western Colorado

Page 1361 of 1998


Jobless but not hopeless, network cultivates ideas

By {screen_name}

A wife, mother of three and grandmother of one, Debbie Halpine knows the importance of providing for herself and her family as much as anyone. So when the 43-year-old Grand Junction woman lost her job last November, she submitted countless ...


092010 CNM new NP 3

Talk of monument getting park designation

By Amy Hamilton

What’s in one little word? Well, if it means changing the name of Colorado National Monument to Colorado National Park, the effect of those four letters could be vast. Talk has been circulating recently about a possible name change for ...


First West Nile death reported in county

By Charles Ashby

Mesa County health officials reported the county’s first West Nile death Wednesday. Neil Milton Springer, 82, died of the virus Monday. It was the first death reported in the county from the virus this year and the third ...


GVT AWARD 092210

GVT beats out Front Range to win transit system of year

By {screen_name}

Grand Valley Transit has been named the large transit system of the year by the Colorado Association of Transit Agencies, an award the association said was based on the bus service’s safety, reliability and system upgrades. Grand Valley ...


Jeffrey Councilor mug 092010

Affidavit: School break-in suspect tells all in jail call

By Paul Shockley

In recorded phone calls placed at the Mesa County Jail, a suspect in Sunday’s burglary at Tope Elementary School implicated himself and a cohort in the “stupid” incident, according to an arrest affidavit. Jeffrey Allen ...


Blotter, Sept. 23, 2010

By Staff

Pink hose envy reported A woman in the 300 block of 30 Road reported her $20 pink garden hose was stolen Tuesday. The person who stole her pink hose left behind a green garden hose and a note. The note said the reason for stealing the pink ...


Aug. 19 cold front was ‘fuse to a powder keg,’ Grand Junction meteorologist says

By {screen_name}

A cold front moving across Utah and into Colorado in the middle of the August monsoon season was something of a disaster going somewhere to happen. As it happened, the slow-moving disaster on Aug. 19 took place in sparsely populated areas of ...


Gold bug Fischer2 091810

Gold prices steadily rise, luring some to pan river

By {screen_name}

Gold prices are driving some people north to Alaska, or at least the Pacific Northwest, and others to businesses where precious metals are the stock in trade. “It’s called no confidence in the dollar,” said Teresa Mays, ...


092010 Rescue Mission

Rescue Mission seeks funding for men’s dormitory renovation

By Emily Shockley

The Grand Junction Rescue Mission needs $58,000 to pay off a remodeling project that will double capacity in one of its shelter spaces. Remodeling work began nearly one month ago on the dormitory-style building two lots west of the ...


No charges in fatal motorcycle accident

By Paul Shockley

The Grand Junction Police Department on Tuesday said the driver of a pickup that collided with a motorcyclist in a fatal accident near Mesa Mall earlier this month will not face charges. An investigation showed the rider of a Kawasaki Ninja ...


Page 1361 of 1998




TOP JOBS




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

© 2015 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy