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Facebook threat forces lockdown of Fruita hospital

By Charles Ashby

Colorado Canyons Hospital in Fruita was on lockdown for nearly 24 hours after an unknown threat was made to the facility late Saturday, hospital officials said Sunday. The person who made the threat is in the Mesa County Jail, said Stacey ...


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Student of the Week, May 22, 2017

By Staff

GPA: 4.1 Favorite book and its author: “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee Favorite TV show: “Pitch” Favorite band or musician: Sia After-school activities: National Honors Society, volunteering and ...


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Online co-hosts are suspect, victim in murder


By Amy Hamilton

The suspect and victim in last weekend’s fatal shooting in Clifton co-hosted a popular feminist YouTube channel, The Skeptic Feminist, according to online postings. Aleksandr Kolpakov, 29, is in the custody of the Mesa County Jail on a ...


Worth celebrating

By The Daily Sentinel

The celebration of the nation’s first statewide public lands day on Saturday hopefully serves as a counterweight to the agenda unfolding in Washington, D.C. under the Trump administration. Already we’ve seen Congress dismantle the ...


Why make saving for retirement difficult?

By Guest Columnist

By Kris Tower Your financial advisor should be giving you advice in your best interests. Unfortunately, some “advisors” are only salespeople who are selling investments that result in high fees and commissions for themselves, ...


Continued growth at CMU key to identity and economic success

By Guest Columnist

By Diane Schwenke and Tim Foster When Colorado Mesa University grows, we all grow.  That’s why two weeks ago more than 200 leaders from our business community came together to discuss the importance of Colorado Mesa University as a ...


Social connections are the common denominator in healthy communities

By Guest Columnist

By Jeff Kuhr Mesa County is a pretty terrific community. Many of us made the conscious choice to work and raise our families here. We enjoy the blue-sky days, outdoor activities and the opportunities available to us. We live in an amazing ...


It takes a village to create a thriving local economy

By Robin Brown

I attended a happy hour event earlier this week hosted by the Grand Junction Economic Partnership and Mountain Racing Products for Bicycling Retailer & Industry News — the premier trade publication for the bicycle industry in North ...


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Golly what a gully!

By Greg Walcher

I remember my grandparents laughing at a famous old magazine cartoon. It depicted a bow-legged old cowboy with a gray beard seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time. His wide-eyed exclamation was, “Golly, what a gully!” The ...


Printed Letters: May 21, 2017

By Staff

Kudos for reviving Jordan Cove project Kudos to the Trump administration for reviving the Jordan Cove project and vowing to make the project a priority. It’s refreshing to have an administration that supports energy development and is ...


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