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Florida hires Colorado State’s McElwain as coach

By The AP

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — After working though a buyout issue, Jim McElwain is leaving Colorado State to become Florida’s next head coach. The Gators announced the hiring Thursday at the same time McElwain started a team meeting with ...


Denver officer hit by car faces more surgeries

By The AP

DENVER — A Denver police officer hit and dragged by a car as he monitored a student Ferguson protest is facing more surgeries. Police said Thursday that Officer John Adsit had a “good night” but was expected to undergo more ...


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City revises lighting code

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction city officials illuminated the drawbacks of an ineffective and stringent city lighting code Wednesday night during their council meeting. Councilors unanimously approved revising and brightening up the lighting code to align ...


Entertainment briefs: Dec. 5–11

By Staff

Weekend packed with fairs, bazaars If you’ve been waiting for the ultimate Christmas craft fair weekend, your wait is over. Here are details for a number of arts and craft fairs and speciality shows and sales happening in the ...


Denver fast food workers to strike for $15 wage

By The AP

DENVER — Fast food workers in Denver are expected to demonstrate again in favor of higher wages. Workers from several chains plan to walk off the job Thursday and demonstrate outside two Denver McDonald’s. They’re backing a ...


Boulder talks about how to boost minimum wage

By The AP

BOULDER — Colorado’s minimum wage of $8 an hour is under review in Boulder, where a community meeting is planned to talk about options for a higher “living wage.” Activists say $8 an hour isn’t sufficient in ...


Law enforcement officers are trained to react to threatening acts

By Rick Wagner

All the various civic booster organizations trying to get the area’s name in the national news and one man with a banana manages to get the job done. Mesa County made national news with the arrest of a local man who produced and pointed ...


Sounds ridiculous, but ‘poop power’ has arrived

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s not the kind of thing that will ever be the centerpiece of a visitor’s bureau brochure, but Grand Junction is poised to be the first city in Colorado to convert sewage sludge into transportation fuel. The waste-to-fuel idea ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 4, 2014

By Staff

Loss of cans leads to strong show of support After the story of the loss of our aluminum cans was reported in The Daily Sentinel, we were overwhelmed with phone calls asking how people could help us. We have received monetary donations, gift ...


They’ll always be heroes

By The Daily Sentinel

William DuBois attended Rifle High School. The Air Force captain was killed recently when the F-16 he was piloting crashed in the Middle East. Ten years ago a Palisade High School graduate named Chance Phelps came home from Iraq in a ...


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