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UDOT: Drivers should expect holiday weekend delays

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Transportation is reminding drivers to expect heavy traffic over the holiday weekend. Most construction projects will be paused on Pioneer Day Thursday and through the weekend. Restricted lanes ...

Ethics panel OK’s secretary of state’s free trip

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission says Secretary of State Scott Gessler can attend a Republican National Lawyers Association seminar in Las Vegas next month at the organization’s expense. The Denver Post reports ...

Man held after wild car-theft spree near Denver

By The AP

GOLDEN — Authorities say an armed man hijacked one vehicle, stole two others and tried to commandeer more before a deputy wrestled him to the pavement on a highway west of Denver. No injuries were reported in the chase Wednesday ...

Kathleen Stetzel mug

Grand Junction woman reported missing

By Staff

A local woman has been reported missing and authorities want to speak with her son, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said. Kathleen Lynn Stetzel, 54, was reported missing in the 700 block of 25 Road, while investigators need to speak ...

Printed Letters: July 24, 2104

By Staff

Competition between hospitals is a good thing The recent public spat between St. Mary’s and Community Hospital seems to have taken a very public turn.  It is also disappointing to read the bias from The Daily Sentinel favoring St. ...

Current political climate reminiscent of Carter’s final months in office

By Rick Wagner

It’s beginning to seem like 1980 all over again: a failed president, a malaise-ridden economy, a resurgent Russia and a tidal wave of problem immigration. Except this time there’s no Ronald Reagan looming on the horizon to save ...

Drilling in wildlife area doesn’t help the cause

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado’s well-publicized ballot proposals to restrict oil and gas development and give communities more authority to regulate drilling stem largely from the fact that landowners in the Centennial State don’t necessarily own the ...


Roling down the road: Evolution of a pro career

By Allen Gemaehlich

Kiel Roling could catch and throw a baseball before he was old enough to play on a team. His parents, Guy and Cindy Roling, offered to sign a release so he could start playing Little League when he was 5 years old, but were turned ...

U.S. House candidates urge compassion for migrant kids

By Gary Harmon

Unaccompanied minors streaming into the United States deserve Americans’ compassion, the main candidates for the 3rd Congressional District said. States and communities that wish to take children in should be supported by the federal ...

County to raise fee for open records request

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County’s Colorado Open Records Request policy is getting a few tweaks, including a rate increase for requests that merit extensive research by county employees. County leaders decided to update the policy following the passage this ...

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