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Florida man taken off life support after Colorado ski crash

By The AP

DURANGO — A Florida man has died days after suffering injuries in a ski accident in southern Colorado. The Durango Herald reports 56-year-old Michael Black died at a hospital Saturday after he was taken off life support. Wolf Creek Ski ...


Printed Letters: March 29, 2017

By Staff

Event center will 
revitalize downtown I am voting for 2A, the extremely small sales tax increase to build an event center in downtown Grand Junction, and here is why I feel it is so important. A town is judged by the health of its ...


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Bears Ears and the ‘wonderful 
grandeur’ of Western lands

By Sean Goodbody

“I hope you will not have a building of any kind, not a summer cottage, a hotel or anything else, to mar the wonderful grandeur, the sublimity, the great loneliness and beauty of the canyon. Leave it as it is. You cannot improve on it. ...


Film incentives can’t fall under budget axe

By The Daily Sentinel

Incentives to lure film and television productions to Colorado are in jeopardy once again — a consequence of legislative budget negotiations. The Joint Budget Committee deadlocked on the prospect of providing $3 million for the Colorado ...


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Hoax rattles Central High

By Gabrielle Porter

RELATED STORY/MEDIA: Photo Gallery Social media frenzy fuels rumor mill Law enforcement agencies believe the person who falsely threatened to detonate bombs and shoot students and staff inside Central High School Tuesday morning, prompting ...


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Wine the natural way

By Dave Buchanan

CEREA, Italy — I knew I was in for a winetasting like no other when I turned to my host for a translation and he winked knowingly. “Think Topo Gigio,” he said with a Cheshire’s grin. Topo Gigio? That big-eared Italian ...


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House OKs initial school drilling rule

By Charles Ashby

It seems perfectly reasonable to Lafayette Democratic Rep. Mike Foote that, when it comes to public schools, the state’s setback rules for oil and gas drilling wells begin not at the buildings on campus, but the campus itself. But to ...


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Parolee accused of sexting with girl, 15

By Duffy Hayes

A 25-year-old parolee was before a Mesa County judge on Tuesday, accused of multiple counts of sexual exploitation of a child and obscenity for allegedly exchanging explicit messages with a 15-year-old girl. Ronald Love, who lists a Grand ...


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Victim advocates step up visibility

By Gabrielle Porter

A new meeting area in the Mesa County Justice Center’s lobby aims to help connect victims with people who can guide them through the court process, according to victim service specialists with the county district attorney’s ...


Social media frenzy fuels rumor mill

By Staff

While information about the threat to Central High School Tuesday was scant during the lockdown, rumors spread like wildfire, both on social media and in the crowd of parents assembled. False rumors overheard at the scene and seen by The Daily ...


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