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Computer glitch delays Frontier flights at DIA

By The AP

DENVER — A computer glitch delayed several Frontier Airlines flights at Denver International Airport. KMGH-TV reports the delays affected 20 flights shortly before 9 p.m. Thursday. Frontier spokeswoman Tyra Squires told the station the ...


Golden rejects marijuana retail

By The AP

GOLDEN — The city of Golden has decided to ban recreational marijuana retail. The Denver Post reports that Golden’s city council voted unanimously Thursday night to prohibit recreational marijuana sales. The ban includes testing ...


Obama’s detachment from reality

By Josh Penry

Of the many skills that President Barack Obama posseses, self-awareness is not apparently one. Witness the latest round of damage control from the White House, this time over its controversial swap of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five of the ...


Printed Letters: June 6, 2014

By Staff

Sheriff candidate victim of character assassination It is unfortunate and shameful when normally well-mannered people resort to exaggeration, untruths and character assassination. Sadly, this is what’s happening to John Pennington, the ...


Rush to judgment clouds prisoner swap

By The Daily Sentinel

America’s obligation not to leave men and women in uniform behind is apparently not so sacred after all. Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s release from Taliban captors in exchange for five Afghan detainees held by the U.S. has prompted waves ...


Rockies take lefty Freeland with first pick

By Patti Arnold

DENVER — If the trend the past two years holds true, Grand Junction Rockies fans can expect to see a Colorado boy take the mound this summer. The Colorado Rockies selected Thomas Jefferson High School graduate Kyle Freeland with the No. ...


Montrose teen drowns in potholes at Escalante

By Charles Ashby

A 16-year-old Montrose boy drowned Thursday in the potholes in Escalante Canyon, according to the Delta County Sheriff’s Office. Delta County Sheriff Fred McKee said his office still in investigating the matter, but the boy apparently ...


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Sheriff race marked by deep pockets

By Paul Shockley

Two candidates seeking the Republican nod for Mesa County sheriff almost matched one another in fundraising over a seven-month period, combined pulling in nearly $27,000. John Pennington, a self-described Constitutional sheriff candidate, has ...


‘Whole generation felt this was their calling’

By Gary Harmon

On D-Day 70 years ago today, James Staffords parachuted into France, where the 101st Airborne Division was under orders to seize the city of Carentan. Today, the 91-year-old Staffords is back in Normandy as part of a contingent of veterans ...


Crews install cameras, with intent to monitor landslide’s movements

By Amy Hamilton

Soil, water and rock experts who have been traversing areas near the massive landslide outside of Collbran have learned a great deal since a back section of Grand Mesa sloughed off 10 days ago, according to a progress report Thursday night ...


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