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Judge honored for her dedication to children

By Katie Langford

Mesa County Magistrate Judge Stephanie Rubinstein was recognized this month for her dedication to children and improving the child welfare system by Colorado’s Court Appointed Special Advocates. Rubinstein was named Judicial Officer of ...


Cops use Taser on suspect with knife

By Katie Langford

A 52-year-old man attempted to goad Grand Junction police officers into shooting him by drawing a pocket knife during an early morning encounter on Thursday, according to an arrest affidavit. Johnny William Clark was arrested on suspicion of ...


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Baby thrived before death —Part 2

By Erin McIntyre

In a four-day series, The Daily Sentinel is delving into the killings of three children who were known to the Mesa County Department of Human Services, as part of a broader examination of the child welfare and foster care systems in the ...


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Take a break! Odd new business allows customers to break stuff

By Amy Hamilton

Go ahead. Smash that glass against the wall. Pull on the helmet. Wiggle your fingers into the gloves and grasp that wine bottle. Now, wind up and let it fly. A new business on Grand Junction’s Main Street offers folks a way to get ...


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Wine, fun and sun - repeat as desired: 25th Winefest draws a crowd

By Rachel Sauer

Barely inside the gate, and the ladies were having a wonderful time. Medical professionals all — most of them are nurses at Delta County Memorial Hospital — they were not above a few hilariously racy jokes about motorboating the ...


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Event taps into world awareness: Millions must walk for their water

By Rachel Sauer

Walking anywhere besides the kitchen or bathroom for a drink of water seems unfathomable when it just pours out with the simple twist of a tap. However, by 2025, half of the world’s population will be living in water-stressed areas, ...


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Red flags preceded GJ toddler’s killing — Part 1

By Gabrielle Porter

In a four-day series, The Daily Sentinel is delving into the killings of three children who were known to the Mesa County Department of Human Services, as part of a broader examination of the child welfare and foster care systems in the ...


Traffic Alert, Sept. 18, 2016

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week. City projects with travel restrictions ■ North Avenue Complete Streets Project — 12th to 23rd streets: Project requires westbound lane closures from 9 p.m. to ...


Severance tax funds running low as source for state’s water plan

By Gary Harmon

If Colorado’s state water plan is to keep the headwaters state in control of its lifeblood, the plan will require a new spring of cash to replace one that is running dry, officials said Friday. Where the money will come from — and ...


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Groups push for hearing on Battlement Mesa gas

By Dennis Webb

Citizen groups are pressing Garfield County to seek a state hearing on the recent approval by state regulators of an Ursa Resources natural gas drilling location near the Colorado River in Battlement Mesa. Battlement Concerned Citizens and ...


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