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Victim in Glenwood Canyon drowning identified

By Staff

The Garfield County Coroner’s Office identified the man who drowned while rafting in Glenwood Canyon last weekend as Dennis W. Janes, 56, of Warsaw, Illinois. The manner of death was asphyxia due to drowning and has been ruled an ...


Wyoming state engineer rejects water pipeline applications

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — An entrepreneur’s dream to tap Wyoming’s Flaming Gorge Reservoir to help feed Colorado’s booming Front Range water needs has hit another snag. Wyoming’s state engineer has rejected Aaron ...


Another psychiatrist takes stand in theater shooting trial

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Another state-appointed psychiatrist who determined that Colorado theater shooter James Holmes was sane at the time of the attack was testifying Monday at the death penalty trial. Jeffrey Metzner examined Holmes after he ...


Hickenlooper names Luis Benitez as 1st outdoor rec director

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper has named a mountain climber and guide from Eagle to lead the new Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office. Hickenlooper announced both the creation of the office and the appointment of Luis Benitez as ...


Email Letters: June 8, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Republicans love anarchy and chaos, too It’s not clear (to me, anyway) just what Mr. Eidson’s letter to the editor (6/4) was meant to be addressing, but the second to last paragraph truly made me think. “[The above] is not ...


Senior citizen angered by marijuana interrogation in Aspen

By The AP

ASPEN — An 84-year-old woman has been falsely accused of handing out cannabis-infused baked goods at a Memorial Day barbecue. The Aspen Times reports (http://bit.ly/1B0LJJ2 ) Antoinette Jaworski had been passing out her individually ...


Mesa landslide threat downgraded

By Staff

Mesa County officials today reduced the level of concern about the Grand Mesa landslide after the weekend passed with no spillover from a pond atop the slide. County officials last week ratcheted up the threat level from the landslide six ...


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Champions all: Special Olympics seem more like goodwill games in Grand Junction

By Greg Ruland

Footballers went all out before a boisterous crowd during the medal rounds of a two-day tournament at Colorado Mesa University rugby field on Sunday, the final day of the Special Olympics Colorado Summer Games. Fifteen soccer teams, many ...


Homeless man helps rescue goose shot with nail gun

By The AP

GLENDALE — A homeless man in Glendale is being credited for helping rescue a goose that had been shot with a nail gun. KUSA-TV reports that Don Carson noticed the hurt goose in Creekside Park. The goose he’s nicknamed ...


Pueblo scrap yard fire forces residents to seal homes

By The AP

PUEBLO — A fire at a scrap yard has forced Pueblo health officials to recommend that residents seal up their houses or get out of their neighborhoods until the smoke is gone. The Pueblo Chieftain reports that the Pueblo City-County ...


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