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Flood watch canceled for region

By Mike Wiggins

The National Weather Service in Grand Junction has canceled the flash flood watch that previously was in effect until midnight tonight for eastern Utah and western Colorado. Forecasters have downgraded the chance for rain from 60 percent this ...


Critical school data released; New Emerson shines

By Emily Shockley

Transitional Colorado Assessment Program, or TCAP,  results have been released for spring 2014. New Emerson pulled in the only 100 percent proficiency scores in the district, with all fourth- and fifth-graders at the school testing at or ...


Tipton heads to town next week for multiple events

By Staff

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., will meet with constituents on Monday in Fruita and with entrepreneurs on Tuesday at Colorado Mesa University. Tipton, whose 3rd Congressional District includes most of the West Slope, will conduct an hourlong ...


Pueblo County OKs permit for large solar plant

By The AP

PUEBLO — Pueblo County commissioners have approved a land use permit for a proposed solar project near one of Xcel Energy’s largest power plants. Commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to grant the permit. The solar plant will ...


Colorado State Fair to include “Little Liz” show

By The AP

PUEBLO — A sideshow claiming to feature the world’s smallest woman will again be included at this year’s Colorado State Fair. “Little Liz” has appeared at the fair several times but her show at the Boulder County ...


NFL seeks right answer for marijuana use

By The AP

Marijuana is casting an ever-thickening haze across NFL locker rooms, and it’s not simply because more players are using it. As attitudes toward the drug soften, and science slowly teases out marijuana’s possible benefits for ...


Pueblo County OKs permit for large solar plant

By The AP

PUEBLO, Colo. — Pueblo County commissioners have approved a land use permit for a proposed solar project near one of Xcel Energy’s largest power plants. Commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to grant the permit. The solar ...


More rain in store for soggy valley

By Mike Wiggins

A band of rain that drenched most of the Grand Valley early this morning has moved east, but another round of showers and thunderstorms is expected this afternoon and evening. Grand Junction Regional Airport officially recorded 0.38 inches ...


We should celebrate the freedom to read

By The Daily Sentinel

Great books contain thought-provoking ideas. It’s the marriage of big ideas and wonderful writing that separates literature from pablum. Florid prose will only take an author so far. Because great books are by their very nature ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 14, 2014

By Staff

Airport board deserving of support, not criticism Nothing gets me going in the morning better than a cup of coffee coupled with a misguided article in our local newspaper. For years, the Sentinel turned a blind eye to the questionable actions ...


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