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Coal ruling throws ‘monkey wrench’ into agency’s plans

By Gary Harmon

A U.S. Supreme Court ruling could benefit northwest Colorado’s beleaguered coal and electricity-generating industries, but environmental organizations said the ruling threatens human health. The high court ruled Monday that the ...


Police say man tried to shove girlfriend into oven in attack

By The AP

SANDY, Utah — A Sandy man is behind bars after police say he attacked his girlfriend and tried to force her into a kitchen oven. Salt Lake County jail records show 31-year-old Joseph Anthony Castellanos was being held Tuesday on a ...


Coroner identifies bicyclist killed in downtown GJ crash

By Paul Shockley

Michael Snowden, 28, of Medford, Oregon, was the bicyclist killed Monday morning in a crash in downtown Grand Junction, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office said today. Snowden died of blunt-force injuries and was not wearing a helmet at ...


Police pursuing suspect who left racist messages at church

By The AP

DENVER — Police are pursuing a suspect they say has been leaving racist messages outside a Colorado Springs church that is predominantly attended by African American parishioners. KKTV-TV reports Colorado Springs Police say they ...


Body found in South Platte ID’d as missing motorcyclist

By The AP

CASTLE ROCK — A body found in the South Platte River in Waterton Canyon has been identified as that of a missing motorcyclist. The body was found Saturday. Robert Jacobs, 65, was reported missing June 8. He was last seen in Castle Rock ...


Remains of Marines who died in WWII found in central Pacific

By The AP

BOULDER — A Boulder County family that has waited almost 70 years to find the remains of a Marine killed in action in 1943 will soon be able to bury their patriarch at the family plot. The Daily Camera of Boulder reports that 1st Lt. ...


Deputies investigate death of woman found tied up in home

By Staff

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Deputies are investigating the death of a woman found tied up in a northern Colorado home. The Steamboat Pilot & Today reports Routt County Sheriff Garrett Wiggins says the death is a homicide and that few ...


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Bicyclist dies in downtown Grand Junction crash

By Paul Shockley

Update, June 30, 11:30 a.m. Michael Snowden, 28, of Medford, Oregon, was the bicyclist killed Monday morning in a crash in downtown Grand Junction, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office said today. Snowden died of blunt-force injuries and ...


Printed Letters: June 30, 2015

By Staff

Sentinel has little room to whine about council Your editorial “City Council skirts Open Meetings Law” drives me crazy. You state that “our local elected representatives have a rich tradition of hiding behind a personnel ...


Quite a week, yet somehow the sun still rises and sets

By Jim Spehar

My marriage still intact and unthreatened. Check. Kids and new grandchild still have affordable health care coverage. Check. Confirmation there’s at least one singing voice as bad as mine. Check. GOP presidential clown car loaded up ...


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