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Fountain officer’s killing of teen found to be justified

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Fountain police officer who fatally shot a teenager at the home of the boy’s mother in September has been cleared in the shooting. The Gazette reports the 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office and the ...

Blistering cold follows on heels of wintry storm in West

By The AP

Parts of Arizona more accustomed to sunshine and clear skies will see freezing temperatures this week that come with warnings not to leave pets or sensitive plants outside. The chilly predictions follow wintry storms that moved across the ...

Gateway School delayed one hour due to weather

By Staff

GATEWAY — Gateway School will be start one hour later than usual Tuesday morning due to inclement weather, according to School District 51. For more information visit their website at or Facebook page.  ...

Boycotting public discussions is 
counterproductive to good decisions

By Jim Spehar

As you’ve read here in The Daily Sentinel over the past week, our Mesa County Commissioners and the West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association will be sitting out tonight’s meeting in DeBeque called by the BLM to discuss oil and ...

You can’t have great schools without tests

By The Daily Sentinel

School District 51 officials can’t tell parents how their children are doing in the classroom if they don’t get a clear and accurate picture. “We can’t get a clear and accurate picture if we don’t have a lot of ...

Printed Letters: Dec. 15, 2015

By Staff

Let’s not make too much of albatross’ adaptability Greg Walcher’s recent description of the world’s largest tropical seabird rookery at Midway Atoll National Wildlife Sanctuary in the remote central Pacific is spot ...

Public in Glenwood Springs backs lease cancellations

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Members of the public Monday spoke overwhelmingly in support of the Bureau of Land Management canceling some or all of 65 oil and gas leases it’s currently retroactively reviewing on the White River National ...

BLM won’t extend comment period on canceled gas leases

By Gary Harmon

The Bureau of Land Management rejected Mesa County’s request for an extension in the time available for comment on the possible cancellation of natural-gas leases on the White River National Forest. The BLM listed as a proposed action ...

Former Junction ‘dentist’ given 2 years in prison for tax evasion

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man who practiced dentistry despite court orders to stop was sentenced Monday to serve two years in federal prison for tax evasion. Michael E. Ho, 69, must also serve three years of supervised release and pay $202,442 in ...


Adding an option

By Charles Ashby

A Denver-based company that builds and operates assisted living centers throughout Colorado and New Mexico is coming to Grand Junction. Partnering with another Denver firm, Confluent Development LLC, Christian Living Services expects to break ...

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