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Riverfront Trail inspires a new passion for grandmother

By Robin Brown

It’s Day 5 of Ride the Rockies and it’s an easy day. A rolling 33-mile ride from Ridgway to Montrose. They had to throw that in between two incredibly difficult days. Day 4 was an 86-mile ride from Durango to Ridgway that traversed ...


Printed Letters: June 18, 2017

By Staff

Reform cannot include Medicaid reductions I’m a Republican, and have been since voting for Ronald Reagan in 1980. I also have a son with autism who receives care paid for by Medicaid. With both these experiences in mind, I am writing to ...


A piece of the puzzle

By The Daily Sentinel

The Palisade Community Center was buzzing with anticipation Thursday evening as the Bureau of Land Management hosted a forum for public comment on the Palisade Plunge — a proposed 30-mile singletrack mountain bike trail that descends ...


ACHA poses a threat to Colorado’s rural communities

By Guest Columnist

By Erin Egan I am a rare thing: a physician working in a rural hospital in Colorado. Many are on Medicaid, and most will leave with a pre-existing condition if they did not have one already. Medicaid covers our most vulnerable: not just ...


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Caseworkers erred prior to child’s killing

By Staff

Story by: Erin McIntyre and Gabrielle Porter READ MORE: Failure to Protect series Less than a year before 3-year-old Bethannie Rochelle Johnson was battered to death by her caretakers in Grand Junction, child welfare workers knew that ...


Convict wins appeal; sentence to be revisited

By Erin McIntyre

A man sentenced to serve a maximum 12 years in prison in a 2014 drug case has won an appeal to have his sentence reconsidered by the court. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled that Terrence Winfield Huggett, who accepted a plea deal in the ...


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Missing pastor’s ‘search’ stuns friend

By Erin McIntyre

Wendell Smith had no idea he shared a common interest with his friend, Paris Wallace. He’s known Wallace for three years. They had coffee a few times, Smith heard Wallace’s sermons on a few occasions when he attended Connection ...


Pipeline capacity gives Piceance an edge in gas market

By Dennis Webb

Ample pipeline capacity — coming at a time of mounting opposition to U.S. pipeline projects — is providing a decided competitive advantage to natural gas producers in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin, a recently updated ...


Geting It Right, June 18, 2017

By Staff

A story on page 3A Saturday should have said that District Attorney Dan Rubinstein aims to get to 60 full-time employees, from the 46 in his office in 2016. He anticipates hiring six more lawyers, in addition to the 22 that are currently ...


You Said It, June 18, 2017

By Staff

Kudos and thanks to the crews, company and city for the work on First Street. Great job with minimal disruption to traffic. Smiles and waves from the flaggers were nice too. Looks great! Allowing electric bikes on the Riverfront Trail when ...


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