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Get dressed up for day in Hotchkiss

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Not sure what to wear to the Delta County Fair taking place in Hotchkiss? Perhaps this year’s theme, “Boots, Chaps and Cowboy Hats,” will help you decide. The annual event is under way and will continue through Sunday, Aug. ...

Entertainment briefs: Aug. 1

By Staff

Convertible offered in raffle The annual Great Community Car Raffle to benefit KAFM 88.1 Community Radio is offering a chance to win a red 2001 Toyota Solara Convertible SLE V6. Tickets for the drawing are $20 and can be purchased at KAFM, ...

Go play at Powderhorn

By Tammy Gemaehlich

“The year is 2114 and a meteor impact has broken off massive chunks of the polar ice caps into the oceans, causing massive tsunami waves that have leveled major coastal cities worldwide. In the chaos following the disaster, sea levels ...


Plenty of local art to see in August

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The month of August is teeming with abundance, usually of the gardening kind, but this first Friday of August offers an ample crop of art openings. ■ A cash bar, hors d’oeuvres and music by Robbie Breaux will greet visitors at the ...

Lines West: Aug. 1

By Staff

Happy and Sad When I’m sad, my soul feels like it’s locked up inside my body like a caged up tiger roaring for help with no light inside. When I’m happy, my soul feels like a lion running free across the ...

Redlands crash victim identified

By Special to the Sentinel

The Mesa County Coroner’s Office has identified the man who died in the rollover crash on the Redlands Parkway Wednesday evening as Michael Ray Petersen. Petersen was not wearing a seatbelt and was intoxicated. He died of blunt force ...

Kim Kardashian

Spaced out: Why is Kim Kardashian famous?

By Melinda Mawdsley

Have you ever had an imaginary conversation with aliens? Fine, probably not. But what if you could? What if those foreign creatures landed on Earth in a sparkly, spherical spaceship resembling a disco ball searching for answers to confounding ...

10 Things to know for Thursday, July 31

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. ISRAEL MOBILIZES 16,000 MORE RESERVISTS   The new call-up orders will allow the Israeli military to substantially widen its 23-day ...


Sen. King faces charges

By Paul Shockley

State Sen. Steve King defrauded the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office and Colorado Mesa University of thousands of dollars over a five-month period last year, Arapahoe County prosecutors alleged Wednesday in a criminal complaint. This, as ...

GJ sets record low this morning

By Mike Wiggins

Two days after a record amount of rain fell in Grand Junction, the city experienced an all-time low. The temperature at Grand Junction Regional Airport dropped to 58 degrees at 6 a.m. today, tying the previous record for the date set in 1909, ...

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