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Blotter, March 5

By Staff

Phone scam reported The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents about suspicious, fraudulent phone callers who tell people they have won a sweepstakes drawing and are asked for their credit card information. A Mesa County ...

Printed Letters, March 5, 2014

By Staff

R-5 team deserves congrats for mock trial performance Attorneys Stephanie Fairbanks and Megan Marlatt from the Office of the Colorado Public Defender and I would like to extend our congratulations to the R-5 High School mock trial team who ...


Tips and tricks for mountain biking

By Staff

By Julie Norman and Sparky Moir The Daily Sentinel Some people learn best by taking the hands-on approach. They’ll just jump on a bike and rely on trial and error. Others prefer establishing a theoretical base of knowledge before they ...


Tour of the Valley: Past and Future

By Special to the Sentinel

By Kristina Kittelson Community Hospital Community Hospital’s Tour of the Valley is the premier road cycling event in the Grand Valley, and has been around for 25 years. The founders of the event, Bob and Alice Sisac, former owners of ...


Valley served by three main trail systems

By Special to the Sentinel

By Dennis Jones Ride contributor Riding in the Grand Valley is, in a word: awesome.  The terrain, scenery, and trails are unlike anywhere else and make this a popular destination for mountain bikers from all over the world. The bulk of ...

Former congressman Bob Beauprez enters governor’s race

By Charles Ashby

DENVER—Bob Beauprez says he plans to do things a lot differently this time around. The former Front Range congressmen who made a failed bid for Colorado governor in 2006 is trying again to win that job, but this time he must navigate ...

Email letters, March 4, 2014

By Staff

Most citizens of Colorado and nation did not want Obamacare We, the great unwashed, are again graced with another re-education session by Michael “Now That We’ve Passed It You Get To See What’s In It” Pramenko. (Daily ...

BLM to get $1.1 billion in president’s proposed budget

By Gary Harmon

The Bureau of Land Management, which administers most of the public lands in the West and more than 1 million acres in and around Mesa County, is proposed to spend $1.1 billion in 2015, on projects including preserving sage grouse in Colorado ...

Static electricity suspected in Colorado gas blast

By The AP

GREELEY — Static electricity is suspected of sparking a massive explosion and fire at an oil and gas drilling site in northern Colorado that injured two workers. The explosion Monday night north of Greeley shook houses and set a fire ...

Couple arrested in Aspen murder case

By The AP

ASPEN — Pitkin County authorities have arrested a man and his wife in connection with the death of Aspen native Nancy Pfister. William Styler III and Nancy Styler are facing charges of first-degree murder following their arrest on ...

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