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Dinosaur bones ready for transport

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Volunteers hoist a block of dinosaurs bones from the Mygatt-Moore Quarry onto a truck to transport them to the lab at Dinosaur Journey.  ...

Baby boy pulled from GJ swimming pool

By Staff

Grand Junction police are investigating an incident in which an unresponsive infant boy was found and pulled out of a swimming pool at a north Grand Junction home early this morning. Police spokeswoman Heidi Davidson confirmed this afternoon ...

Colorado officials: at least 72 shots fired at slain deputy

By The AP

FAIRPLAY — The Colorado Bureau of Investigation reports that at least 72 shots were fired during the Park County gun battle that killed a sheriff’s deputy and left two other officers wounded. Park County Sheriff’s Cpl. Nate ...

One lane of eastbound I-70 now open after fires cause closure

By Gabrielle Porter

One lane of eastbound Interstate 70 is now open near the 26 Road overpass after several roadside fires had prompted law enforcement to briefly shut down traffic one way before 11:30 a.m. Friday. Witnesses reported several fires were burning ...

Email letters, June 24, 2016

By Staff

We need to oust all our current representatives All of the U. S. Congress – senators and representatives alike – need to go. What have any of them done for the American people? They have staged a sit-in because they aren’t ...

Denver police officer hit while handling call on interstate

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say a Denver police officer has been struck on an interstate while handling a call for assistance. The crash happened Friday morning on Interstate 70. Investigators tell KMGH-TV that the fire department was ...

Printed Letters: June 24, 2016

By Staff

Colorado PERA is ‘not all bad’ A recent article in The Daily Sentinel on Wednesday had to do with the Public Employees Retirement Association and the usual negative comments from State Treasurer Walker Stapleton. He is an ...

This delay smells fishy

By Greg Walcher

Here is a quandary for you: should seafood be regulated as agriculture or as food? For Members of Congress, that hasn’t always been as obvious as it might seem to ordinary people. You see, the Department of Agriculture has jurisdiction ...

Pension problems

By The Daily Sentinel

We don’t pretend to fully understand what it takes to operate a successful pension system, must less than one as big as the Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association. That’s why we hire experts. But when you have what we ...


Faces of coal country

By Dennis Webb

Federal officials saw some of the faces behind the debate over the future of the U.S. coal industry Thursday in Grand Junction, as everyone from miners to people concerned about the local impacts of climate change turned out for a regional ...

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