Western Colorado

Page 1749 of 1902


Former energy worker lends support to rules

By Dennis Webb

Former Grand Junction resident Jim Ives has worked in Alaska’s oil fields and on the former Colony oil shale project near Parachute. In 1997-98 he served as executive director of the Rocky Mountain Oil & Gas Association, the ...


Rock Rescue crevice 3-14-9

Mom hurt in Monument crevice fall

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A 37-year-old Grand Junction woman was rescued Saturday from Colorado National Monument after she fell into a crevice while hiking with her son and a friend, according to a park ranger and witnesses. The Grand Junction Fire Department was ...


GarCo sheriff creates group to combat gang activity

By Staff

Concerns about possible gang-related activity have prompted creation of a new organization by Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario. The Sheriff’s Department created its new Threat Assessment Group, which it calls “T.A.G.,” ...


One-hundred-year old Jonas 3-14-9

Fighting her way to 100th birthday

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Anne Jonas has beaten three bouts of cancer, survived a double mastectomy and weathered having an 8-pound tumor removed from her stomach. She added another chapter to her remarkable life Friday when she turned 100, celebrating with not one ...


REDSTONE SUN BIZ 1 3-8

Veterinary Hospital spreading its wings

By Carrie Marfitano

Eagles, bears and antelopes won’t be cooped up in the 1,700-square-foot Redstone Veterinary Hospital for much longer. They’re going to get a lot more breathing room. Dr. Mark Ryan and Dr. Paul Bingham broke ground March 6 on a ...


SUV backs over, critically injures toddler

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A 1-year-old girl was critically hurt and a man was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after authorities said he accidentally backed a sport-utility vehicle over the toddler at an Orchard Mesa home Saturday evening. The child’s ...


Letter to our readers: Economy forces changes to Sentinel

By Denny Herzog

Some of you may have seen a notice from me in your Out & About on Friday, telling you that beginning Monday there will be no more daily television listings in the printed edition of The Daily Sentinel, and saying more changes are ...


TREE HOUSE 3-12

Tree House reorganized, revived, growing

By Staff

A year and a half ago, the Tree House was hanging low. In August 2007, the nonprofit organization was forced to close its shelter in Grand Junction for homeless youth. After two years of life, Tree House simply could not meet expenses, even ...


ree House reorganized, revived, growing

By Staff

A year and a half ago, the Tree House was hanging low. In August 2007, the nonprofit organization was forced to close its shelter in Grand Junction for homeless youth. After two years of life, Tree House simply could not meet expenses, even ...


Boy missing Found 3-13-9

Redlands boy found napping inside box

By Amy Hamilton

The fears of a frantic Redlands mother were quelled Friday afternoon when a Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputy found her missing 4-year-old in a cardboard box on the family’s porch. Ethin Willburn apparently curled up and ...


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