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Alternative programs director starts job with 19 school options

By Emily Shockley

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Heavy equipment up for sale as contractors find fewer jobs

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH Riverbend Machinery of Fruita is experiencing a slight upswing in business. Rifle Equipment Inc. Sales & Rental is seeing a continuing slowdown. On Thursday, the two companies will be participating at the same Richie ...


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Sen. Josh Penry orders furloughs for five staffers

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New $375,000 computer to replace jail’s ailing one

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH From the clunk of the metal doors closing to the water that flows from the fountains in each inmate’s cell, the computer for Mesa County Jail does it all. But, as Sheriff Stan Hilkey told the Mesa County Commission ...


Rock hits vehicle in canyon; two occupants injured

By Amy Hamilton

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Montrose man fired four times in lethal attack

By Staff

Officer released from hospital • Montrose police officer Larry Witte was released Tuesday from Montrose Memorial Hospital, three days after he suffered a gunshot wound to the leg during an incident that resulted in the shooting ...


Penry: Ritter using mercury politically

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GJ will get $1.3M to hire 5 more cops

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The city of Grand Junction will receive more than $1.3 million in federal stimulus funds to fill five police-officer positions that have been left vacant because of declining revenue. The money will come through the Community Oriented ...


Four shot in Clifton; no arrests expanded

By Staff

By SENTINEL STAFF Four people were shot in a Clifton neighborhood late Tuesday night, and deputies detained two people they found in the area after the shooting, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Sheriff Stan Hilkey ...


Four shot in Clifton; no arrests

By Staff

By SENTINEL STAFF Four people were shot in a Clifton neighborhood late Tuesday night, and deputies detained two people they found in the area after the shooting, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Sheriff Stan Hilkey ...


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