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Semi slices another truck in 2 on Colorado highway

By The AP

WIGGINS — Authorities say a semitrailer that rolled on its side on in northeastern Colorado was split in two by another truck headed down the highway. Colorado State Patrol spokesman Trooper Josh Lewis says at least one car also drove ...

Man found dead in van tied to Pueblo school shooting ID’d

By The AP

PUEBLO — Police have released the name of a man who was found dead in a van that was tied to a drive-by shooting at a Pueblo high school. The Pueblo Chieftain reports 25-year-old Julian Hernandez was pulled over after the shooting ...

Treasure hunter’s disappearance still a mystery after months

By The AP

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  — Fixated on computer screens and video monitors, an army of volunteers scattered across the country has been painstakingly reviewing hundreds of images and hours of footage recorded over the last four months, ...

A little pushback

By Greg Walcher

Last week Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law a bill designed to give the federal government something it has needed for a very long time — a shot across the bow. Federal attempts to own and control Colorado water have been a ...

Printed Letters: May 6, 2016

By Staff

Trump adept at using fear to attract followers Donald Trump has said if he comes president, he will ban Muslims from entering our country. He says he will do this until we are able to determine and understand the problem and the dangerous ...

Why not pot?

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction City Council’s decision to go after state funds to fight against the illegal marijuana trade makes a compelling argument for authorizing retail sales in the city — or at least giving voters a say in the ...

Surface dominant in Mavericks’ win at regional tourney

By Staff

Regional first-game jitters were not a problem Thursday for the Colorado Mesa softball team. “After warm-up I said, ‘Hey guys, let’s get up a little bit.’ We weren’t flat, but I told them, ‘I want you ...


Central No. 1 doubles team moves closer to clinching state tourney spot

By Jon Mitchell

Kat Geisler and Rachel Driscoll just missed reaching the Class 5A girls tennis state tournament last season. Thursday’s semifinal victory in the Region 6 tournament at the Elliott Tennis Center gives the duo another chance to go to ...


Longtime soccer ref Locke calls his final regular-season game

By Matt Meyer

Chuck Locke, after 30 years officiating high school soccer in Colorado, refereed his final regular-season game Thursday at Walker Field. Locke, who moved to Grand Junction from Oregon in 1982, said he started coaching in the area before ...


The Sami show

By Matt Meyer

Left foot or right foot, it doesn’t matter for Sami Feller. The Palisade sophomore put on a clinic Thursday night at Walker Field, capping three well-timed runs with three equally well-executed goals to lift the Bulldogs girls soccer ...

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