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Siblings arrested in connection to man’s 2013 disappearance

By The AP

FAIRPLAY — A brother and sister have been arrested in connection with a Park County cold case. KUSA-TV reports that 27-year-old Jarrod Moquist faces first-degree murder charges and 31-year-old Audra Moquist faces accessory charges in ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 3, 2015

By Staff

Cuckoos have been spotted in Mesa County With all due respect, I would like to comment on Greg Walcher’s information about the presence of the recently listed yellow-billed cuckoo in Mesa County. His letters were titled “Going ...


You want real progress? You’ll need to do more than change street names

By Rick Wagner

I see pressure growing to change street names in hopes of enhancing the desirability of some locations to attract business development. Mainly, that has evolved around changing North Avenue to University Boulevard. I have pointed out that ...


Taggart’s park position

By The Daily Sentinel

Rick Taggart asked a couple of questions Monday night to which he already knew the answers, hoping they would reveal the importance of moving forward on the most complete build-out of Las Colonias Park possible. Taggart, a first-term member ...


Coming soon: More college playoff teams

By The Daily Sentinel

The college football season gets underway today and the major topic of conversation isn’t whether Ohio State can repeat as national champion, but whether the highly successful playoff format should be expanded beyond four teams. Last ...


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Fruita’s Dangler tops Aspen’s Hazen at Skier Invitational

By Staff

Another down-to-the-wire finish between Fruita Monument High School’s Troy Dangler and Aspen’s Will Hazen at the Aspen Golf and Tennis Club on Wednesday resulted in another close victory for the Wildcats’ senior. Dangler ...


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Already off to a better start

By Jon Mitchell

There’ll be a learning curve for Colorado Mesa University’s women’s soccer team again this season. Luckily for the Mavericks, it doesn’t appear to be as steep as last year. “We’re in a much better position ...


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Big-game Tigers

By Matt Meyer

Garrison Corn had to work against his instincts Wednesday night. Like most soccer players who find open space up the wing, eventually working toward the net, the Grand Junction High School sophomore thought about shooting with roughly 14 ...


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Battle at the Border bodybuilding competition is Saturday at GJHS

By Jon Mitchell

Gene Garl was pretty succinct when asked why people would want to attend the second annual National Physique Committee (NPC) Battle at the Border bodybuilding competition. “Motivation,” said Garl, one of four event organizers. ...


2-out rally in 9th lifts Orem past GJ Rox

By Staff

Ranyelmy Alberto hit a walk-off, two-run home run Wednesday night to lift Orem to a 10-9 victory over the Grand Junction Rockies in a Pioneer League baseball game at Orem, Utah. The Rockies (30-40, 10-22 second half) led 9-8 heading into the ...


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