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Email letters, April 20, 2015

By Staff

Montrose Memorial focused on meeting community’s health care needs As chair of the Board of Directors, I appreciate the time Greg Ruland and the Sentinel took to review the status of this valuable community asset, the Montrose Memorial ...

Two sent to hospital in separate car accidents

By Staff

A pair of rollover car accidents sent at least two people to the hospital this morning and tied up traffic in Grand Junction, according to Grand Junction police. A two-car crash on Patterson Road near Mesa Mall shut down all lanes of traffic ...

District 51 School Lunch Series

By Erin McIntyre

SCHOOL LUNCH SERIES: School lunch looks and tastes nothing like it used to, thanks to reforms aimed at making cafeteria meals healthier. In a four-day series, The Daily Sentinel examines the impact of those changes on students, staff and ...

Music legend Nelson to roll out own brand of marijuana

By The AP

DALLAS — Music legend Willie Nelson is jumping into the movement to commercialize marijuana and plans to roll out his own brand of cannabis that he intends to make “the best on the market.” The singer-songwriter announced in ...



By Charles Ashby

DENVER — No doubt about it, Rep. Dan Thurlow is conservative, but by how much depends on who’s talking. The freshman Republican is learning that where some people perceive a lawmaker’s left-right views depends entirely on ...

Researcher denied airline flight after tweet about hacking

By The AP

WASHINGTON — United Airlines stopped a prominent security researcher from boarding a California-bound flight late Saturday, following a social media post by the researcher days earlier suggesting the airline’s onboard systems could ...

Colorado man gets 5 years in North Dakota prostitution sting

By The AP

BISMARCK, N.D.  — A man has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for attempting to arrange a sexual encounter with an 8-year-old girl in Bismarck. Thirty-five-year-old Frank Rush of Colorado Springs, Colorado, was ...

Aspen looks to swap historical mansion to affordable housing

By The AP

ASPEN — Affordable housing — or lack thereof — has the Aspen Historical Society looking to split its lot to build employee housing and generate additional revenue. The Aspen Daily News reports the society filed an ...

Montrose Art Partner receives state award

By Melinda Mawdsley

Julianne Johnson is convinced no one works harder than her colleague Lissette Riviere. In an effort to acknowledge Riviere’s day-in and day-out effort as an Art Partner case manager with Partners in Montrose and Ouray counties, Johnson, ...


Volunteer effort brings together two women who are coping with loss

By Amy Hamilton

Isabel Marvin would have spent Sunday inside her home mourning Ed, her husband and best friend for the past 63 years. Sandra Adcox also could have opted to stay at home, remembering her husband, John, who died about this time last year after ...

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