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Drowning victim identified

By Charles Ashby

The man who drowned Saturday in Enoch Lake on Glade Park was identified as 41-year-old Jason Smith of Fraser, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office said Monday. Smith’s body was recovered submerged in about 15 feet of water Sunday ...


Rifle native confirmed to No. 2 Interior post

By Dennis Webb

Rifle native David Bernhardt today was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to become deputy secretary of the Department of Interior, with supporters praising his western roots and values while opponents questioned his ties to industry. The Senate ...


Monsoonal moisture returns to valley

By Mike Wiggins

The monsoonal moisture pattern that delivered two days of rain to the parched Grand Valley last week has returned, with most of western Colorado and eastern Utah under a flash flood watch for the next two days. The National Weather Service ...


Man suspected in trio of commercial burglaries

By Mike Wiggins

A Utah man is suspected of burglarizing three Grand Junction businesses this morning, and authorities believe he may have been involved in several other commercial burglaries in Mesa County this month. Tevin Calhoun, 25, was arrested on ...


Email Letters: July 24, 2017

By Staff

Workshop a great start to reducing ugly social trait of child abuse The numbers in Erin McIntyre’s report, “Parental assistance the goal of workshop,” are alarming. Three hundred children were placed outside their homes by ...


Coroner: Body of man found in river near Loma identified

By Staff

The Mesa County Coroner’s office has identified the body found in the Colorado River last Friday as being Derek McBee, 45, of Grand Junction. Autopsy results showed McBee did not have any injuries that would have contributed to his ...


Navajo Nation eyes possible purchases of Colorado ranchland

By The AP

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — The Navajo Nation has created a committee to look into the purchase of ranchland in Colorado that’s home to two sacred mountains. The Gallup Independent reports Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye believes ...


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Bright Malibu excites with competitive refinement

By Michael St. Clair

Chevy Malibus have been rolling down the road for a long time, in one generation or another. In fact, I remember our family owned a metallic brown Malibu that my mother treated like a four-wheel drive, much to the chagrin of my father (who did ...


Realtor News July 23 2107

By Special to the Sentinel

Advanced Title Company Advanced Title Company welcomes Sonya Kearl as closing officer.  They are excited that Sonya has joined their company, bringing with her 25 years of closing experience. Sonya’s professional history is ...


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Hobby farms moving quickly; 
agricultural properties attractive in valley’s west

By Penny Stine

There’s not a lot of commercial or residential development out in Loma and Mack, which is just the way most people who live out there like it. Most of the land is zoned agricultural, and there is no existing infrastructure to accommodate ...


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