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Airport board offers top job to Durango man

By Staff

The Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority voted this afternoon to offer the airport’s executive director job to Kip Turner, the lone finalist for the position. Turner is currently the director of aviation at the Durango-La Plata ...


Keyser makes state GOP U.S. Senate primary

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Jon Keyser will appear on his party’s primary after all, a Denver judge ruled Friday. Keyser had challenged a finding by Colorado’s top elections official that he didn’t ...


Email letters, April 29, 2016

By Staff

Local elected officials should stop turning to energy as the answer for our economy No matter the question, the local elected officials always have the same answer: energy will save us. Be it uranium, coal, oil or natural gas, they are here ...


Pilot of plane that crashed and killed 5 found not negligent

By The AP

BOULDER — A Weld County jury has determined that two pilots were not negligent when their planes almost collided and one crashed, killing all five people on board in Erie in 2014. The Daily Camera reports the family of Tori Rains-Wedan ...


Denver Broncos select QB Paxton Lynch in 1st round

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Paxton Lynch is stepping into the long shadows of John Elway, Peyton Manning — and maybe even Mark Sanchez. The Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos selected the Memphis quarterback with the 26th overall pick of the ...


Sentencing of Colorado woman who cut baby from womb

By The AP

BOULDER — A judge is set to sentence a Colorado woman convicted of attempted murder after cutting a nearly 8-month-old fetus from a stranger’s womb. District Attorney Stan Garnett has said 36-year-old Dynel Lane could spend the ...


Who will be next?

By Greg Walcher

Twice I have written about the growing attempt to silence debate about climate change. Both times I’ve been bombarded with comments from readers with a different opinion, some of them in a very bad mood about it. One wonders if they ...


Printed Letters: April 29, 2016

By Staff

We deserve better than what Tipton’s bill offers Representative Tipton, through his proposed “Western Colorado Lease Exchange and Conservation Act of 2016,” has chosen to ignore the citizens of Western Colorado in favor of a ...


Support Jordan Cove

By The Daily Sentinel

A group of young plaintiffs is asking a federal court to set aside a Department of Energy decision allowing natural gas exports from Jordan Cove — as if the embattled project wasn’t already beset by enough wrinkles. The lawsuit ...


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Spinning their wheels

By Dale Shrull

It’s the annual two-wheel thrill-fest coming to downtown Grand Junction. The fifth annual Maverick Classic road cycling races, which feature the top collegiate cycling teams in the Rocky Mountain region, are Saturday and ...


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