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Colorado high court considers pot firing case

By The AP

DENVER — Pot may be legal in Colorado, but you can still be fired for using it. Brandon Coats, a quadriplegic medical marijuana patient who was fired by the Dish Network after failing a drug test more than four years ago, says he still ...

Transparency loses 
to the ‘blue wall’

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County Sheriff Rebecca Spiess won’t release the internal affairs records of two department employees who are campaigning for her job. She says releasing that information serves no public interest. She’s wrong. Courts ...

Stop and smell the roses

By The Daily Sentinel

This is the good stuff folks. Sunday’s and Monday’s soggy skies notwithstanding, we are in the midst of a seasonal sweet spot when the weather is dang near perfect for celebrating the Colorado lifestyle. So, whether you love ...

Printed Letters: Sept. 30, 2014

By Staff

Both sheriff’s candidates are highly qualified, active officers Wow, this year we have among some outsiders, two active-duty, highly qualified deputies running super clean campaigns for the Mesa County Sheriff position: Matt Lewis and ...


Storms push 2014 rainfall to nearly 10 inches

By Mike Wiggins

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Grand Junction experienced another day of record rainfall. On-and-off showers that started before sunrise, mingled with booming thunderstorms late in the evening, produced a total of 0.81 inch of ...


Medal recipients arrive for hunt honoring veterans

By Melinda Mawdsley

Gary Littrell hasn’t fired a weapon in 20 years, but the former Army Ranger is confident that when he picks up a gun today it’ll be “sort of like riding a bike.” Littrell, 69, is one of four Medal of Honor recipients ...


Republican firm that PERA in trouble

By Charles Ashby

Despite the naysayers, Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton insisted Monday that the state’s public employee pension system potentially is in big trouble. Stapleton, a Republican who is running for re-election against Democrat Betsy ...


Delta teen jailed in Montrose shooting

By Paul Shockley

An 18-year-old man faces an attempted first-degree murder charge after he allegedly fired shots from a handgun into a crowd standing outside a Montrose bar early Saturday, wounding one person. Aaron Cabello-Castro of Delta is being held at ...

Blotter, Sept. 30, 2014

By Staff

Montrose motorcyclist dies A 21-year-old Montrose man died in a motorcycle crash early Friday on north San Juan Avenue near 6530 Road and McInnis Park, according to a release from the Montrose County Coroner’s Office. Brandon L. ...


Economic impact of Country Jam nearly $10.6 million, study shows

By Emily Shockley

An economic impact study commissioned by the owners of Country Jam estimates the Mack-based music festival pumped nearly $10.6 million into Mesa County’s economy this summer. Representatives from Jam owners Townsquare Media and the ...

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