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Blotter: Nov. 18, 2016

By Staff

Stalking alleged in court A woman accused of repeatedly harassing the person now involved with her ex-husband appeared in Mesa County court Thursday, where she was advised on possible charges of stalking and unlawfully accessing medical ...


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Cops detail wild ride of slay suspect

By Gabrielle Porter

Suspected killer James Main Jr. was only loose on the streets of Grand Junction for about a day, but the 34-year-old made his mark with the time he had. On the run from accusations of murdering his own father in his home state of Utah, ...


Email Letters: November 17, 2016

By Staff

Trump’s election should be a wake up call to those on sidelines Putting politics and profits above principles, we now have Trump. A man who sexually assaulted women, demeaned women, insulted real war heroes, sowed religious and racial ...


Man arrested for debt used poison to kill himself in jail

By The AP

OGDEN, Utah — The Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office says an unemployed man who was jailed for an unpaid ambulance bill killed himself hours after his arrest by poisoning himself behind bars. Sheriff Dale Ward announced Wednesday ...


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Simply fantastic: But do you really want to find these beasts? Maybe (not)

By Rachel Sauer

The problem with kraken, for example, is that you never know where to find them. The terrors of the deep show up only when they want to, never mind the needs or convenience of an avid public. The same goes for skyscraper-climbing apes and ...


Entertainment Briefs: Nov. 18–24

By Staff

Cast a vote for local singer Local musician Morgan Crouse is one of four finalists in a contest in which the winner will sing the National Anthem at the Cattle Industry Convention & NCBA Trade Show in February in Nashville, Tennessee. ...


Snow off to a slow start in Rockies, delaying some skiers

By The AP

DENVER — Autumn snow has been scarce in the Rocky Mountains, forcing some ski areas to push back opening day and causing some nervousness about how much water will be available next spring for the Colorado River, the lifeblood of the ...


Veterans Affairs whistleblower resigns, citing retaliation

By The AP

DENVER — A Department of Veterans Affairs employee who told Congress the agency was using unauthorized wait lists for mental health care in Colorado has resigned, saying he was subjected to retaliation for speaking out. Brian Smothers ...


End of an era

By The Daily Sentinel

When a Main Street fixture like Page-Parsons Jewelers decides it’s time to close up shop, it’s hard not to fixate on the implications. Clearly the local economy isn’t conducive for sales of non-essential goods and services. ...


Printed Letters: November 17, 2016

By Staff

Higher royalties results in local revenues The Bureau of Land Management oversees the production of oil and natural gas on federal lands. These lands and the minerals they contain are owned by all Americans. A portion of the money generated ...


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