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Access to website part of Sentinel subscription

By Jay Seaton

If you find yourself logging on to our website, GJSentinel.com, you might notice a few changes after Sunday. If you are a daily subscriber to this newspaper, you needn’t worry. Those changes will only benefit you. You will still have ...


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No charges in 2008 Montrose Athletic Club fire

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A prosecutor with the La Plata County District Attorney’s Office in Durango said Tuesday that no criminal charges are being filed at this point for the 2008 arson fire at the Montrose Athletic Club. Prosecutor ...


Bennet pushes plan for rural economy

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U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., called for a more predictable immigration system, loan extensions, tax credits and better broadband to improve the economy of rural Colorado. Bennet’s plan to “jump-start rural economies” ...


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Montrose struggles with homeless issue

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The number of homeless people in the Montrose area has doubled since 2006, according to Tim Heavers of the Montrose County Housing Authority. But Montrose County does not have a homeless-service agency, emergency shelter or ...


Fruita-GJ buffer zone homes denied

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In a split vote, Mesa County commissioners on Tuesday upheld a denial of a plan to add 18 homes to a subdivision east of Fruita that is surrounded by farms and is within a restricted-development area. The board voted 2–1 to side with  ...


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Determined Tancredo continues race

By Charles Ashby

Tom Tancredo may be the candidate for the little-known American Constitution Party, but the former GOP congressman isn’t necessarily running as one of them. Instead, the Republican-turned-ACP candidate is running as, well, Tom ...


Udall eyes monument upgrade

By The Daily Sentinel

The on-again, off-again discussion about whether Colorado National Monument should be treated on a par with Canyonlands, Arches, Yellowstone and Black Canyon of the Gunnison national parks will get a boost from Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo. Udall, ...


Gun vote troubles regent candidate

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A CU Board of Regents candidate assailed her opponent’s vote against appealing a court ruling that allowed licensed individuals to carry concealed firearms. Melissa Hart, a Democrat, said the vote by Republican incumbent Steve Bosley ...


Hotel owners provide rooms, give homeless a place to stay

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Tye Terrell and Rena Turn are nearly 1,000 miles from where they once called home. They drove their white 1994 Ford Explorer from small dust-blown Stillwell, Okla., to Montrose to look for work. Now they are part of a growing ...


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Officer’s widow sues police, sheriff over suicide

By Paul Shockley

The widow of Grand Junction officer Glenn Coyne claims in a federal lawsuit that investigators had doubts about sexual assault allegations against her husband, but moved forward with a criminal case anyway. Michelle Coyne, now a Florida ...


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