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DA, sheriff willing to work on budget deal

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein wants $1.3 million more in his budget to keep up with growing numbers of felonies, but for the moment, he can live with a $300,000 boost. Sheriff Matt Lewis wants an additional $3.4 million per ...


Achieve good health the right way - and right now

By April Schulte-Barclay

My first love was ballet. Ballet has shaped many aspects of who I am, especially as a doctor. Through my dance training, I learned what it means to work hard to achieve my dreams and live my passion. I also learned that working hard is ...


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Doctors taking a new approach to dying

By Erin McIntyre

Dr. Thomas Motz has found himself saying a particular phrase more in the last four months than he has in the past 26 years of being a family practice physician. The words are: “I can’t fix you.” It’s not something he ...


Health and Wellness briefs: Oct. 11, 2016

By Staff

White Cane Safety Day on Saturday Every Oct. 15, the National Federation of the Blind celebrates National White Cane Safety Day. To make our people more fully aware of the meaning of the white cane and of the need for motorists to ...


Tattoo artists replace what cancer has stolen

By Charles Ashby

Having a mastectomy or other surgery to treat breast cancer can be a demoralizing experience for women, but one Boulder man has come up with a way to help them empower themselves. Noel Franus first got the idea when his sister-in-law, Molly, ...


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Council votes on Wednesday to decide amphitheater’s fate

By Amy Hamilton

A Wednesday night vote by the Grand Junction City Council will determine whether the show will go on at Las Colonias Park. Councilors will have the task of voting on whether to approve three bids for construction of an amphitheater and ...


Second suspect arrested in slaying

By Dennis Webb

A second suspect is being held in connection with the murder of a woman near Glenwood Springs Friday. Michelle Castillo, 24, is being held in the Garfield County Jail along with Gustavo Olivo-Tellez, 27. The Garfield County Sheriff’s ...


GOP Senate candidate flip flops on Trump, may vote for him

By Mike Wiggins

Two days after disavowing his support for Donald Trump and calling on him to step aside, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn retreated from that hard-line stance on Monday, saying he wants to meet with Trump in person and may still ...


Second suspect in custody in Glenwood murder case

By Dennis Webb

A second suspect is being held in connection with the murder of a woman near Glenwood Springs Friday. Michelle Castillo, 24, is being held in the Garfield County Jail along with Gustavo Olivo-Tellez, 27. The Garfield County Sheriff’s ...


District Attorney: GJPD officer will not be charged in fatal shooting

By The Daily Sentinel

An officer with the Grand Junction Police Department will not be charged in the death of a man killed during a standoff last month, in which an officer-involved shooting resulted in the death of Simon Gomez. In a letter to local law ...


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