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Study: Pension system U.S. best

By Charles Ashby

Colorado’s largest public employee pension system is the most efficient and effective a state could have, according to an independent study released Monday. Transforming it to a private plan as other states have done would cost anywhere ...

Witness: Woman in wench costume takes down sword thief

By The AP

LARKSPUR — A man is facing theft and assault charges after authorities say he crashed a jousting performance at the Colorado Renaissance Festival in Larkspur and tried to make off with a sword. A witness told The Denver Post the man was ...

Email letters, July 13, 2015

By Staff

The Pope would be wise to refrain from biting the hand that feeds his flock Sir Winston Churchill when comparing capitalism and socialism said, “The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings, the inherent virtue of ...


Winner take all

By Eden Laase

In the bottom of the third inning Monday night, Fruita’s Logan Seriani delivered a high, outside pitch to Three Rivers’ Jack Pevny. Pevny made contact, but fouled the ball off. Seriani came back with the same pitch. Big ...

Air Force: F-16 pilot in crash didn’t know he was descending

By The AP

NORFOLK, Va. — A highly respected F-16 fighter pilot who died in a December crash in the Middle East didn’t realize he was descending until the last second before impact, which didn’t give him enough time to recover or eject, ...


Sucker punch: Heavy rains, hot temps have mosquitoes sucking the life out of western Colorado

By Amy Hamilton

A combination of a mild winter, a rainy May and a hot second half of June has created a larger-than-normal mosquito population in the Grand Valley this summer, leaving some residents slapping and scratching themselves and others barely able to ...

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UPDATE: Missing Palisade mother, son found

By Mike Wiggins

Authorities announced just before 11 a.m. today that a Palisade mother and son reported missing Saturday night have been found and are OK. Mesa County sheriff’s investigators are on their way to meet with Shannon Kunkel, 34, in Grand ...

Skydiver, 20, in critical condition after parachute folds

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Police say a skydiver is in critical condition after his parachute folded and caused him to fall 200 feet to the ground. KUTV-TV reports that 20-year-old Trevor Sandberg was skydiving in Tooele on Sunday afternoon when ...

Real estate transactions for the week of June 23

By Special to the Sentinel

City  332 Fairview Ave.        $51,000   43   Single Family   1132 580 Bookcliff Ave.        $63,600   63   Condo   941 575 28 1/2 Road    ...


Eileen Turner

By Special to the Sentinel

2579 Fox Run Area: North Price: $530,000 Bedrooms: Four Baths: Four Square Feet: 3,235 Year Built: 2000 Lot Size: 1.61 Acre Garage: Three-car Overlooking The Estates subdivision, you will find a stunning quiet retreat!  Truly a ...

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