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Time suck: Paint to film

By Ann Wright

Paint to film Using hundreds of paintings, and characters and scenes in those paintings, filmmakers are using Vincent Van Gogh’s own work to create a feature film about the artist. “Loving Vincent” is being put together by ...

Man seen dangling from Denver apartment on fire dies

By The AP

DENVER — A man witnesses say had been dangling from the window of second-floor Denver apartment on fire died after falling to the sidewalk below. Firefighters say the unidentified man was on the ground and unresponsive when they arrived ...


UPDATE: I-70 open on Thursday

By Dennis Webb

UPDATE: The Colorado Department of Transportation has cancelled rock mitigation work for Thursday, July 28. The interstate will be open to traffic on Thursday. Crews install fencing to prevent rockfalls along Interstate 70 in Glenwood ...

Thursday I-70 closure canceled due to helicopter challenges

By Dennis Webb

The Colorado Department of Transportation has canceled plans to close Interstate 70 tomorrow in Glenwood Canyon after helicopter operations to install rockfall fencing were canceled due to challenging wind conditions. The agency says it will ...


Pro-gas group prepares for battle

By Gary Harmon

The head of the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce will help guide an organization that will take aim at anti-energy measures should any make the November ballot. Diane Schwenke, president and chief executive officer of the chamber, will ...

Death notices, July 28, 2016

By Staff

■ Larry E. Haas, 74, Grand Junction, died July 23, 2016, at his home. Services will be at 1 p.m. Aug. 6 at Living Hope Evangelical Free Church. He was a pastor. Survivors include his wife, Becky; three sons, Larry A. of Torrance, ...


Grand Junction Rockies vs. Voyagers

By Special to the Sentinel

Game highlights GJ Rockies vs. Voyagers July 26, 2016.  ...


‘This is not France, this is not California,’

By Dave Buchanan

Making great wine, if one may paraphrase winemaker Warren Winiarski, demands much of a winemaker but nothing more important than vision and balance. Winiarski fully comprehends the rigors of making great wine. In 1970, after prior stints for ...

Email Letters: July 27, 2016

By Staff

Northwest Colorado needs Bennet to keep fighting in the U.S. Senate Michael Bennet has gone to bat for Moffat County’s economy time and again. He’s protected our coal miners from being put out of work and saved our economy from ...

More than 60 Chihuahuas rescued from unlicensed breeder

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The Larimer Humane Society has rescued 63 Chihuahuas from a home where they were being bred without a license. The dogs, which were taken from the home Tuesday, were part of the largest animal rescue the Larimer Humane ...

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