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Email Letters: June 4, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Opt-out movement rooted in confusion Once again, Barbara Ann Smith has confused her facts.  Indeed,  former Governors Roy Romer and Bill Owen, responsible for beginning efforts at accountability,  something communities and ...


Standoff with alleged shoplifter ends in suburban Denver

By The AP

GREENWOOD VILLAGE — A standoff between an alleged shoplifter and police in a suburban Denver neighborhood is over. Police say the 30-year-old suspect was taken into custody Thursday morning after keeping police at bay for about 18 hours ...


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Affidavit: Woman conned Community Corrections staff, then left hospital

By Paul Shockley

RELATED STORY: Body believed to be that of GJ fugitive Before she was named a person of interest in her ex-husband’s slaying and led Front Range police on a pursuit ending in a crash and her likely death, Barbara Blanton-Marez conned ...


City: High water closes Riverfront Trail near Redlands Parkway

By Staff

The city of Grand Junction today said a stretch of the Riverfront Trail running under the Redlands Parkway Bridge is closed until further notice due to high water. The closure, at the Monument View section of the trail, will be marked by ...


Police investigate if Colorado shooting is tied to 2 others

By The AP

LOVELAND — Authorities are investigating whether the killing of a 65-year-old man is connected with two other shootings in northern Colorado. A man was found lying on a sidewalk bleeding from gunshot wounds Wednesday night in Loveland, ...


3 Fort Carson soldiers injured in southeast Colorado

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Fort Carson officials say three soldiers were injured in a combat vehicle crash on the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site. The Gazette reports that the crash Tuesday involved an eight-wheeled vehicle called a Stryker. One ...


Colorado State Patrol cracks down on distracted driving

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — As part of a yearlong campaign to eradicate distracted driving, Colorado State Patrol is increasing enforcement of the no texting law and adding patrols to look for distracted drivers. The Gazette of Colorado Springs ...


Downstream pressures mean 
we ignore water at our own peril

By Rick Wagner

Our bodies are made of it and you can’t survive more than a few days without it. Not a hard question — it’s water and for those of us living in the high desert it’s a commodity that draws quite a bit of ...


Printed Letters: June 4, 2015

By Staff

Solar project sheds light on benefits of renewables Reading this Saturday’s Daily Sentinel, I was excited to hear about the solar project that’s being completed to help power eight low-income homes. The project will cut the power ...


Body believed to be that of GJ fugitive

By Paul Shockley

RELATED STORY: Affidavit says woman conned Community Corrections staff, then left hospital A woman wanted in Mesa County and named by authorities as a person of interest in the death of her ex-husband was believed dead Wednesday from a ...


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