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Coroner: Denver man who died cycling on Monument had heart attack

By Amy Hamilton

Denver man, 67-year-old David Siefkas, is the man being identified who died Saturday while biking on Colorado National Monument. Mr. Siefkas died from a cardiac arrest, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. His cause of death ...

Colorado Parks and Wildlife ‘rushed and hushed’ on mountain lion plan

By Guest Columnist

By Wendy Keefover and Aubyn Royall Colorado wildlife officials are rushing to undertake a controversial study that will kill more mountain lions to answer a question that has already been examined and answered. The question: if trophy hunters ...

Let’s go back to school

By Guest Columnist

By Millie Hamner and Jim Wilson Here we are: two retired superintendents with a combined 75 years in K-12 public education, now serving in the state House of Representatives. You’d think that we’d have a clear picture of ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 4, 2015

By Staff

Man identified in blotter wants good name restored I expect that the individual with a name similar to mine appreciated the “Getting it Right” section’s clarification (Aug. 26) that he had not been accused of smashing a beer ...

State water plan is shifting the focus forward

By Guest Columnist

By Ken Neubecker It has been pointed out several times that the recent mine spill into the Animas River was, in one sense, a good thing. It re-awoke the public to Colorado’s checkered mining heritage, and the damage done to our rivers ...

No reason for courts to be exempt from CORA standard

By Guest Columnist

By Polly Lawrence The judicial branch should be held to the same standards as the executive and legislative branches. Our Colorado Open Records Act (CORA), in effect since 1969, ensures our government remains transparent and accountable to ...

A welcome development

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is finally in compliance with the Colorado Jail Records Law — a glaring problem we’ve complained about for years. Each county is supposed to keep a daily record of those booked into and ...

Drop the ordinance and go another route

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction City Council just got an expensive lesson in writing a bad ordinance. We all make the distinction between Girl Scouts asking us if we want to buy cookies in the City Market parking lot and the scruffy homeless person asking ...


Mavs rumble past Jackets

By Patti Arnold

It’s tagged #RumbleMavs on social media, and that’s what the Colorado Mesa football team did Saturday in its 48-7 RMAC victory over Black Hills State. Rumble. Rumble. Rumble ... and then hit the Yellow Jackets with the big ...


Central’s defense shines in shutout

By Tim Harty

Central High School’s offense has gotten its act together, putting together a third straight game in which it got a 40-point lead to start the running clock. “It’s still new to us, but it’s something we could get used ...

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