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Blotter, June 27, 2016

By Staff

Man’s body found in river Officials are investigating the death of a middle-aged man, whose body was found on June 25 floating in the Colorado River just west of Glenwood Springs. The identity of the man is unknown at this ...


Vandals damage Blaine’s Tomatoes crop, greenhouses

By Erin McIntyre

Blaine Diffendaffer thought an ornery raccoon got into his greenhouse and ripped up his carrots in the middle of the night. Or maybe it was a deer that ripped through the plastic with its antlers. But when he saw the footprints and the ...


Student Spotlight, June 27, 2016

By Staff

■ Neil Okey received his doctor of medicine degree in May from The George Washington School of Medicine and Health Science. Okey will intern for a year in Washington, D.C., then will begin a residency in radiology at the University of ...


Local water user groups share in federal grants

By Charles Ashby

Two Western Slope water users associations will benefit from a federal effort to help mitigate drought issues and combat climate change. The Grand Valley and Uncompahgre Valley water user associations were among 76 projects chosen nationwide ...


Two dead in canal crash identified

By Erin McIntyre

The two people who died after their car went off the road into a canal on Saturday night have been identified as Micah Schmidt, 26, and Sarah Collison, 25, both of Grand Junction. Their vehicle was found partially submerged in a canal, and ...


Forgotten vets finally get funeral ceremony

By The AP

DENVER — Fort Logan National Cemetery honored 30 veterans whose remains have gone unclaimed with a funeral ceremony Saturday in Denver. The Unclaimed Veterans Remains Ceremony is part of the nationwide Missing In America ...


West Slope pay raises smallest in Colorado

By Charles Ashby

Western Slope workers likely will see the lowest pay increases in the state next year. According to the Mountain States Employers Council’s annual Colorado Compensation Survey, the Western Slope is projected to see the lowest average ...


Printed Letters: June 26, 2016

By Staff

Wagner quick to lay blame on race I’m embarrassed to say that I wasted time reading Rick Wagner’s column regarding the motives of the Orlando shooter. True to form for someone who is an ex-prosecutor and ex-sheriff’s ...


Feeling coal’s pain

By The Daily Sentinel

The newspaper industry and the coal industry have more in common than old age. Both have experienced enormous disruptions from new entrants into their once-safe markets. For newspapers – whose biggest ownership groups have been through ...


GJ Rockies highlights, June 25

By Patti Arnold

The Grand Junction Rockies lead from the start to move into a first-place tie in the Pioneer League South Division.  ...


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