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Veterans Day Service 2016

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The 2016 Veterans Day service at the Western Slope Vietnam War Memorial Park.  ...


Fire burns three homes near Glenwood

By Dennis Webb

A fire gutted one home and spread to two more today south of Glenwood Springs. The Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection District said it was paged to the scene at 6578 Colorado Highway 82 at 1:46 p.m. and found a home fully engulfed in ...


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Fruita Recreation Center awaits 1,000,000th visitor

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Fruita Recreation Center is expecting to greet its 1,000,000th visitor next week.  ...


Email Letters: November 11, 2016

By Staff

Turn arrows might be more effective than roundabout I am a resident in the Redlands and I think the roundabout is too big of a leap for an intersection that has had about four wrecks a year for the past four years. These wrecks are caused by ...


Suspect killed, officer injured in overnight shooting

By Staff

A suspect is dead and a Grand Junction police officer sustained minor injuries following an officer-involved shooting early Friday morning. The incident happened near the intersection of South Ninth Street and Pitkin Avenue just after ...


Man sentenced to life as juvenile to be released

By The AP

DENVER — A man who has spent nearly 20 years behind bars after being convicted of his role in an Adams County murder case when he was a juvenile is set to be freed. The Denver Post reports a district court judge determined Thursday that ...


Denver plans to add 200 electric cars by 2020

By The AP

DENVER — Denver is working on plans to bring 200 new plug-in electric vehicles to the city by 2020. The Denver Post reports there are only three electric vehicles in the city’s fleet. The additional cars are expected to save ...


After deadly police encounters, voters OK civilian oversight

By The AP

DENVER — Amid a national push for greater police accountability, voters in several major cities have approved measures to create or strengthen civilian oversight of law enforcement. The trend reflects growing public demand for ...


Stop protesting 
the roundabout

By The Daily Sentinel

After enduring a lengthy road improvement project on Colorado Highway 340 this year, it’s understandable that some residents of the Redlands may be dreading the prospect of more traffic delays stemming from a proposed roundabout ...


Printed Letters: November 11, 2016

By Staff

Accept the election 
results and move on I have watched with interest (and grief) the “display” of anger and disappointment of the “losing” side in this election. I remember how I felt (as a conservative) when we ...


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