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Death notices, June 12, 2017

By Staff

■ Phyllis G. “Fif” Doyle, 92, Grand Junction, died June 9, 2017 at the Courtyard Care Center in Fruita. She is survived by three sons, Sean Chris of Grand Junction, Glenn Michael of Golden and Gregory Dean of Long Beach, ...


Blotter, June 12, 2017

By Staff

Knife theft suspect sought Local law enforcement are seeking information about a man suspected of stealing a Gerber Remix tactical folding knife from Sportsman’s Warehouse, 2464 U.S. Highway 6&50 on May 16. The man is white with ...


Getting It Right, June 12, 2017

By Staff

Photos that illustrated the Lifestye feature story on Sunday’s Pages 1D and 6D, titled “Cross-training: Steppin’ It Up offers fitness benefits, self-esteem to those with mental, physical challenges,” were taken by Daily ...


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Student of the week, June 12, 2017

By Staff

GPA: 4.2 Favorite book and its author: “Blink and Caution” by Tim Wynne-Jones Favorite TV show: “North Woods Law” Favorite band or musician: Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, or any country music. After-school ...


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Pride on parade: Smiles all around at Colorado West Pride Fest

By Katie Langford

Whether they wore jeans and sneakers, Star Wars stormtrooper suits or floor-length ball gowns, the hundreds of people who attended Colorado West’s Pride Fest Parade on Sunday all showed up wearing at least one thing the same — ...


What do a Vail pastor and Craig river guide have in common?

By Guest Columnist

Let us be good stewards of God’s creation Last year, Gov. John Hickenlooper designated the third Saturday of May to be Colorado Public Lands Day to “encourage all Coloradans to get outside and enjoy our unparalleled public ...


Solving vagrancy takes teamwork

By Guest Columnist

HomewardBound of the Grand Valley is the local community homeless shelter. We are the only year-round shelter between Salt Lake City and Denver serving hundreds of people. The vast majority of our clients are members of our community — ...


We need an economic vision tailored to our unique circumstances

By Robin Brown

I attended the Grand Junction Economic Partnership economic summit this week where I got caught up on all the local updates that I could squeeze from the eight-hour event. Even the sheriff was there to explain the public safety measure heading ...


Why ‘buy local’ should matter to Mesa County

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s no question that the Grand Valley is in a better position today to recruit primary jobs than it was just a few years ago, thanks to a series of developments stemming from greater buy-in to economic development theory. Business ...


Printed Letters: June 11, 2017

By Staff

Renewable energy sources are unreliable Professor Tamera Minnick’s column in Sunday’s commentary section was interesting. I agree we should use solar and wind energy whenever possible, but we should be ready to pay the price ...


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