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Parking shortage at VA hospital irritates businesses, visitors

By Amy Hamilton

Rhonda Sievers often visits her uncle at the Grand Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center, happy to fulfill his requests to bring a hamburger and a drink. But parking is not always available in the front parking lot of the hospital, 2121 ...

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May unemployment 9.2% in GJ

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After an 11-month reign at the top, Grand Junction’s unemployment rate dropped to second place among Colorado’s metropolitan areas in May, according to data released Friday by the Colorado Department of Labor and ...

District 54 candidates debate gun rights, more

By Charles Ashby

The two Republican candidates for House District 54 had their first opportunity to debate each other Friday. Speaking at a Mesa County Republican Party lunch, Bob Hislop and Ray Scott answered questions ranging from gun rights to illegal ...

New energy course to be offered at Rifle campus

By Staff

A course to train field technicians who operate natural gas processing equipment will be offered by Colorado Mountain College’s West Garfield Campus in Rifle this fall after an employee for the Williams energy company came up with the ...

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Prayer circle brings light of religion to jail inmates

By Amy Hamilton

Dressed identically in gray jumpsuits, 30 men hemmed in by a concrete courtyard clasped hands and lowered their heads. The only sound was the wind whipping overhead, above tightly knit bars on a high roof, until one man’s voice ...

‘War on Terror’ a common theme of Republican Congressional candidates

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Two Colorado Republicans are invoking the War on Terror as they carry on their campaigns for Congress. One, Senate candidate Jane Norton, has come under fire from Democrats for a web video in which she criticizes President Obama’s ...

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Hidden Gems wilderness proposal contentious

By Dennis Webb

As Kurt Kunkle flew recently over the snowy spires of Colorado’s central mountains, he kept his eyes peeled instead for the green of surrounding forests and meadows. Repeatedly, he pointed out areas that have become focal points of ...

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Itemized fees annoy customers, Maes contends

By Charles Ashby

It’s a question of business philosophy. Evergreen businessman Dan Maes said his is to keep consumer complaints to a minimum. In an interview with The Daily Sentinel about energy issues this week, the Evergreen businessman who is vying ...

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Deal calls for probation in child prostitution case

By Paul Shockley

A plea agreement formalized Thursday calls for probation in the case of a Grand Junction man accused of soliciting an underage girl for sex. Matthew D. Joslin, 33, pleaded guilty to felony Internet luring of a child and misdemeanor ...

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Toddler flown to Denver after near-drowning

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A 16-month-old boy was flown to a Denver hospital late Thursday afternoon after he was found face-down in a bucket of water at his parents’ Fruitvale home, authorities said. Law-enforcement and medical personnel were called to 572 ...

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