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‘Wetback’ video rant goes viral

By Erin McIntyre

Yolanda Flores took her son for a physical at the Mesa County Health Department on Monday, to prepare for his high school football season. She ended up using her cellphone to record a verbal assault in the parking lot, laced with racial slurs ...


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Jurors hear about dog in search for Birgfeld

By Gabrielle Porter

A highly trained tracking dog that searched for Paige Birgfeld about a month after her 2007 disappearance alerted to her scent in front of her accused killer’s workplace, but it couldn’t find an “exit track” out of the ...


Death notices, Aug. 5, 2016

By Staff

■ Glenn Allen Brown, 55, Clifton, died Aug. 3, 2016, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will take place at a later date. He was a truck driver. Survivors include his wife, Linda Darnell Brown; one daughter, Symantha Kirby of ...


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Let the Rio Games begin! Anticipation building for opening ceremony

By Ann Wright

The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will open in just a few hours and, well, many of us are unsure what exactly to expect. But this is the Olympics! Amazing feats of human speed, agility, strength, accuracy and endurance! ...


Email Letters: August 4, 2016

By Staff

Congress should pass comprehensive immigration reform The article “Ag issues crop up in Gardner’s tour” quotes a farm operator who suggests that problems in the H-2A agricultural guest worker program should be solved by ...


Man charged in Denver mall pipe attack claims self-defense

By The AP

DENVER — A homeless man who was captured on video attacking people with a pipe in broad daylight on the 16th St. Mall in Denver says he came to Colorado to use medical marijuana to treat his schizophrenia. Clarence Seeley, of Indiana, ...


Boulder declares new Indigenous Peoples’ Day holiday

By The AP

BOULDER — Boulder has joined other cities across the nation in recognizing Indigenous Peoples’ Day each year as a way to celebrate Native American culture. The Daily Camera reports the City Council voted Tuesday in favor of the ...


Storms return to Southwest, but less intense than earlier

By The AP

PHOENIX — Storms have hit areas of the Southwest again, but with less intensity than a day earlier when monsoon rains swamped the desert region, stranding drivers, flooding streets and prompting water rescues. Forecasters warned of the ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 4, 2016

By Staff

Valley should continue to diversify economy As a fourth generation native of the Grand Valley, I grew up surrounded by the vast open spaces and iconic landscapes that is our western slope of Colorado. As a member of the Outdoor Recreation ...


Street smarts

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Junction City Manager Greg Caton and his staff have an intricate plan to improve the city’s streets and roads, which suffered from lack of attention during two recession-plagued years of diminished capital funds. Skipping two ...


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