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10 things to know for Wednesday, July 3

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. UKRAINE SAYS CEASE-FIRE AGREEMENT REACHED WITH RUSSIA The statement is made on the eve of a NATO summit, but will Ukrainian forces and ...


Search resumes on Gunnison River for missing man

By Staff

Mesa County authorities this morning resumed a search on the Gunnison River near Whitewater for a man who went missing in the river yesterday evening. Mesa County’s Search and Rescue team, assisted by rural-area deputies, resumed ...


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Report: No search for felon accused in Mesa County killing

By The AP

DENVER (AP) — State records show that the state Department of Corrections didn’t actively search for an escaped felon from Mesa County now accused of killing his mother. Thirty-one-year-old Daniel Stetzel allegedly confessed to ...


Clock ticked for I-70 drivers

By Paul Shockley

A device first thought suspicious, which caused a closure of a 10-mile stretch of Interstate 70 for more than four hours Tuesday and brought out the Grand Junction Police Department’s Bomb Squad, turned out to be harmless, authorities ...


Man sentenced in woman’s slaying in Cortez

By The AP

CORTEZ — A 20-year-old man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison in the shooting death of a pregnant woman in Cortez last year. The Cortez Journal reports Jeroen Begay was sentenced Tuesday in the September 2013 death of 21-year-old ...


Denver-area bus driver arrested on DUI charge

By The AP

DENVER — A bus driver for the Denver-area transit system has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence while on duty. KCNC-TV in Denver reports 49-year-old Darren Pettee was arrested Monday after a passenger on ...


Broncos WR Welker suspended for 4 games

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos will be without Wes Welker for the first four games of the season after the NFL said the receiver violated the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy. Normally, the league announces such ...


Will Gardner’s prejudice against
 science cost him this election?

By Bill Grant

“Leave it in the ground!” may become the battle cry for opponents of unlimited energy development in Colorado. The leaking of a new United Nations draft report on the impending disaster that could result from continued burning of ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 3, 2014

By Staff

Ender’s Game a classic, but it’s not for 6th grade As I understand it, the situation in the school district is not about banning Ender’s Game, nor about removing it from the libraries where people who want to read it have ...


How can we create sustainable jobs?

By The Daily Sentinel

If no economy is fully healthy until it recovers the jobs lost during the Great Recession, then Mesa County has a long way to go. Indeed, agencies that monitor workforce trends have spent the better part of 2014 aggregating the economic ...


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