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Colorado man sentenced to life in toddler sex abuse

By The AP

FRESNO, Calif. — A federal judge in California has sentenced a Colorado man to life in prison following his conviction on charges of repeatedly kidnapping and sexually abusing a toddler during overnight stays at a couple’s ...

Small plane crash kills 2 in Weld County

By The AP

GREELEY — Authorities say a small plane that crashed in a field in Weld County killed the two occupants who are onboard. The Weld County Sheriff’s office says the crash happened at 11:37 a.m. Tuesday. The passengers were ...

Email letters, October 13, 2015

By Staff

Patriot Guard Riders seeking sponsors for wreaths at Veterans Memorial Cemetery The Western Slope Patriot Guard Riders and Wreaths Across America are looking for sponsors for our 2015 annual sponsorship drive to place 2,000 wreaths at the ...

Deputies probe GJ gun store burglary

By Staff

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office says unspecified items were stolen after an early morning break-in at a Grand Junction gun store. Deputies were called after an alarm was triggered at 3:50 a.m. at Jerry’s Outdoor Sports, 2999 ...


Commissioners won’t terminate Tracey Garchar; opt for probation

By Gary Harmon

More than 30 supporters of Mesa County Department of Human Services employees and others saw Tracey Garchar, the head of the department, put on an improvement plan Monday by the County Commission. And they applauded. The commission appeared ...

Scholars urge more research on future of Colorado River

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A coalition of scholars across the West is urging the federal government to partner with the National Academy of Sciences to study the future of the Colorado River, including if climate change is leading to reduced ...

Denver council passes Indigenous Peoples’ Day proclamation

By The AP

DENVER — Denver officials have agreed to join other cities across the nation in observing Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Columbus Day. The Denver Post reports that the City Council on Monday agreed unanimously to proclaim Oct. 12 as ...

Trump-free ‘divine relaxation’

By Jim Spehar

“When the sharpening and the gnawing stop and something, as they say, comes to you, it’s a bit like fishing really. There’s certainly luck involved, but maybe what you took for laziness was, and I’m going out on a limb ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 13, 2015

By Staff

Rau sees bigger picture, would focus on students As the upcoming District 51 school board election is fast approaching, I wanted to say a word about a colleague of mine, George Rau, who is in the running. I am the founding administrator of ...

A turning point in human history

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s no denying that Christopher Columbus changed the world. His famous voyage opened the floodgates of European exploration and touched off a land grab that shaped the future of the Western Hemisphere. In that vein, a day set ...

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