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Colorado State Patrol: GJ man, 22, dies in I-70 rollover

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction man, Devan Cruz-Carderea, 22, died at about 4 a.m. this morning after his pick up truck crashed on Interstate 70 in Garfield County, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Cruz-Carderea was heading east on the interstate in ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 1, 2015

By Staff

Rural Internet access needed in this region I read with interest the article by Dennis Webb on the county seeking funding to study broadband. Why? I am interested because I pay federal fees on my cellphone and landline phone that the ...


A nod to CMU’s impact

By The Daily Sentinel

What’s the value of having a four-year university in our midst? The long-term value is probably inestimable. Graduates tend to want to stay here and those that do raise the educational level of our workforce, thus improving our economic ...


We can avoid more Black Sundays with energy diversity

By Guest Columnist

By Thomas Phillips On Sunday May 2, 1982, Exxon pulled out of Western Slope oil shale development and the economy of Grand Junction collapsed. Exxon went into its oil shale investment thinking oil would stay at $35 per barrel, or higher, ...


Finding balanced solutions on the Roan Plateau

By Guest Columnist

By Duane Zavadil and David Nickum “There are some places too special to develop,” said Interior Secretary Sally Jewell at a recent Denver event to announce a settlement on Colorado’s Roan Plateau. The Roan is one such ...


Tax-free Colorado: Coming soon to a legislature near you?

By Jay Seaton

Almost a month ago, I put out the call for ideas on saving our sinking economic ship. I received a great deal of feedback. It was all insightful, and — to my surprise, given that the subject was how to address a terrible local economy ...


A welcome change

By The Daily Sentinel

Lisa Eckert’s rocky tenure as the superintendent of Colorado National Monument is over. Thankful as we are for this development, it says something about the National Park Service that Eckert has been rewarded with a job managing Bryce ...


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Eatwell, Snyder dismantle Durango’s pressure in win

By Matt Meyer

Taylor Eatwell has a knack for finding the soft spots in opposing defenses. The Fruita Monument senior found all kinds of holes in Durango’s defense Saturday, leading the Wildcats girls basketball team to a 41-33 victory in a ...


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Fruita boys top Durango

By Staff

Dylan Row left with a head injury following the first play of the game, but Javen Gumber and Trey Morrill carried Fruita Monument to a 52-48 victory over Durango in Southwestern League boys basketball Saturday. Gumber and Morrill scored 15 ...


Late shot by CCU sinks Mavs

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s women’s basketball team got one stop, but it couldn’t get the second it needed Saturday night. Christina Whitelaw’s first layup in a tie game was no good with six seconds left. CMU’s Ashley ...


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