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Family escapes Orchard Mesa house fire

By Staff

A family of three and their two dogs safely escaped a fire at their Orchard Mesa home early this morning, according to the Grand Junction Fire Department. Firefighters were called to the home on Cheyenne Drive around 4:50 this morning and ...


Email Letters: December 9, 2016

By Staff

Natural resource jobs provided good revenue for infrastructure For a few years now the news has said that Mesa County, the City of Grand Junction, schools, and others are short on money. Then I read an editorial in the paper that gives the ...


Funeral service set for 1994 Heisman winner Rashaan Salaam

By The AP

BOULDER — A funeral service is set for 1994 Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam, who was found dead in a Boulder park. The service will be held at the Islamic Center of Boulder at noon Friday, fewer than three miles from Folsom Field, ...


Denver evicts people living in art and music space

By The AP

DENVER — Denver has evicted people living in a longtime art and music space after firefighters say they found serious fire code violations. Rhinoceropolis provides people a place to stage concerts and art shows in but firefighters say ...


Broncos visit Titans as defending champs chase playoff berth

By The AP

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Denver Broncos find themselves in catch-up mode in the mighty AFC West, and time is starting to run out for the defending Super Bowl champs to gain ground on Oakland and Kansas City. “We understand this ...


Churches vow to offer sanctuary to undocumented immigrants

By The AP

BROCKTON, Mass. — Hundreds of houses of worship are offering sanctuary to people who could face deportation if President-elect Donald Trump follows through on his campaign pledge to remove millions of immigrants living in the country ...


Bombing on Cairo road to pyramids kills 6 Egyptian police

By The AP

CAIRO — A bombing on a main Cairo road leading to the Giza pyramids killed six police and wounded another three on Friday, the deadliest attack on security forces in the capital in more than six months. The bombing, near a mosque on a ...


Next-level thinking

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Junction city staffers are developing ballot language asking voters to allow the city to fund a $60 million project for a revamped downtown convention center and a new adjoining event center that could host sporting events and ...


Printed Letters: December 9, 2016

By Staff

We should stick with the Electoral College Fifty percent of the voters live in the metropolitan areas with the rest of the voters living in the less populous areas of the United States. The Electoral College was established by the Founding ...


Many uses for a live cat

By Greg Walcher

In 1981 the illustrator Simon Bond published “101 Uses for a Dead Cat,” a collection of cartoons showing dead cats being used for various purposes: door stops, boat anchors, wine bottle holders, and others. It was funny in a ...


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