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Flash flood watch in place for western Colorado, eastern Utah

By Mike Wiggins

A flash flood watch is in effect until 9 p.m. today for much of southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah, as abundant monsoon moisture could trigger flooding along small waterways, canyons and washes. The watch area includes the ...


Police: Infant boy found in pool died Thursday

By Gabrielle Porter

An infant boy found unresponsive in the swimming pool of a north Grand Junction home June 24 died Thursday, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. The boy was found in a pool at 2673 Paradise Drive just after 8:30 a.m. June 24, ...


Hickenlooper appoints judge

By Gary Harmon

Lance Timbreza will replace Mesa County District Judge David Bottger next month. Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed Timbreza today. Timbreza is a graduate of Mesa State College, now Colorado Mesa University, and is now an attorney with the ...


Email letters, July 1, 2016

By Staff

‘Green’ energy is fine, but not abundant or affordable The platitudes ran amok in last week’s Sentinel. On June 24, Mr. Nichols of the WildEarth Guardians turned from the busy work of unhinging our energy infrastructure to ...


Wider shoulders

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado Department of Transportation is adding two-foot shoulders to improve safety for cyclists along a dangerous stretch of Highway 340 near the Fruita entrance to Colorado National Monument. Two feet is certainly better than nothing ...


Printed Letters: July 1, 2016

By Staff

Not all murders due to angry white guys Both sides. I agree with Bruce Benson: no more angry white guys, but when is the anger line crossed? When it is, it happens long before the killing starts. Who do we blame; who is responsible for this ...


Like sand through the hourglass, so are the days of discontent

By Greg Walcher

A respected freelance writer named Vince Beiser penned a column last week offering a preview of his coming book on one of the world’s most important but overlooked natural resources, sand. He points out that we use more sand than any ...


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City leaders oppose moving baggage-screening machine

By Gary Harmon

A federal plan to move one of three baggage-screening units out of Grand Junction Regional Airport could hamstring plans to attract new flights, Grand Junction officials said. Transportation Security Administration officials have agreed to ...


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Fruita man, 20, accused of sexual assault of teen

By Duffy Hayes

A 20-year-old Fruita man has been arrested, accused of felony sexual assault for allegedly engaging in sex last year with a 13-year-old girl. Dakota Hunter Anderson, who lives in the 2000 block of Blue Water Drive, allegedly told ...


New trails possible for conservation area

By Gary Harmon

The inaugural resource-management plan for the 218,000-acre Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area includes the possibility of trail development and more motorized use in some areas. The plan, released Thursday, also includes the ...


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