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Simpson Michael mug

Man sentenced to 72 years in Clifton slaying

By Paul Shockley

Dressed in pajamas and armed with a handgun for a night walk with a friend in his Clifton neighborhood, Michael Simpson was unprovoked when he stormed into a house and fired multiple shots, killing a man and wounding three others at a ...


Getting It Right, June 3, 2010

By Staff

A story on page 3A Wednesday had conflicting information about what Williams does with used drilling and production pit liners in lieu of sending them to landfills. The company sends the plastic part of the liners to a Denver facility that ...


Museum would like moon rock, chief says

By {screen_name}

The moon rock that has graced the Grand Junction study of former Colorado Gov. John Vanderhoof ought to be displayed at the Museum of the West, the museum head said. Vanderhoof is agreeable to the idea, he said, as long as there’s a way ...


Death Notices, June 3, 2010

By Staff

Bonita Marie Johnson, 67, Fruita, died May 31, 2010, at her home. Services are pending with Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Ms. Johnson worked in medical records. Survivors include one son, Randy of Fruita; two daughters, Vicki Johnson of Grand ...


Harper ejected from game

By {screen_name}

Southern Nevada catcher Bryce Harper was ejected from tonight’s game in the fifth inning after striking out with one runner on base. After the called third strike by home plate umpire Don Gilmore, Harper swiped at the dirt with his bat ...


UPDATE: River search launched in Garfield County

By Dennis Webb

Authorities searched the Colorado River in the No Name area just east of Glenwood Springs most of this afternoon and evening for a man in his early 20s who reportedly fell in the river shortly after 3 p.m. The man was not located as of 9 p.m. ...


City listens to a few people at great expense

By Rick Wagner

I think it only right to begin this column with a hat tip to The Daily Sentinel’s Emily Anderson for researching and writing a story concerning the expense of the city of Grand Junction’s “listening tour” and city ...


Not-so-artful dodger

By The Daily Sentinel

Douglas Bruce has reportedly gone into hiding — at his home in Colorado Springs. For most of May, the author of this state’s tax-limiting TABOR Amendment, a one-time state lawmaker and notorious anti-tax crusader, successfully ...


Rule of law applies, even for likes of BP

By The Daily Sentinel

Demonstrators are scheduled to begin protesting today in cities around the country, demanding that the government seize the assets of British Petroleum to pay for the environmental and economic damage caused by the gargantuan oil leak in the ...


Printed letters, June 3, 2010

By Staff

Budget woes won’t cut math, reading curricula The Board of Education, administration and staff of District 51 have been working to overcome the challenges posed by decreasing revenues and shrinking resources. This commitment was ...


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