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Mavs’ dream season

By Allen Gemaehlich

Tim Hofer and Sean Foster led Grand Junction High School to a Class 5A state playoff appearance five years ago. Now, the Colorado Mesa University seniors have led the Mavericks to not only their first NCAA Division II tournament appearance, ...

Blotter: Dec. 1, 2014

By Staff

Patches found in car Rebecca Ann Rowin, 29, was arrested Nov. 20 in the Hilltop parking lot at 1405 Wellington Ave. on suspicion of possession of narcotics, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. A K-9 officer sniffed the air ...

Montrose Bucks promotion popular among consumers

By Emily Shockley

An annual promotion designed to steer shoppers toward Montrose merchants for their holiday purchases sold out in the first week of the promotion this year. The city of Montrose Office of Business and Tourism offers “Montrose ...


Latest month in 2014 sees dramatic swings between temperatures

By Emily Shockley

The roller-coaster temperature swings of November 2014 gave Grand Junction three new weather records to add to the books. The month started with a new record high temperature of 75 degrees Fahrenheit on Nov. 1, breaking the old record of 72 ...


County commissioners approve OHV use on county roads

By Kathleen Goddeyne

Trail connectivity has improved for off-highway vehicle users in Mesa County. County commissioners voted to allow OHVs on county roads last month and the change officially took effect Sunday. Commissioners said allowing OHVs on county roads ...

State fund for airports dwindling

By Gary Harmon

Grand Junction Regional Airport will get the state money it had planned on for improvements next year, but the well from the state is nearly dry. The state Division of Aeronautics will fund
 $3 million in grants statewide, said David C. ...

The next giant leap into space begins in Colorado

By Guest Columnist

By Gov. John Hickenlooper Many Coloradans will have seen blockbuster movies like “Gravity” and “Interstellar” and felt the wonder and excitement of space travel and exploration, but you may not realize that the type of ...

Roan settlement should be extended to all of western Colorado

By Guest Columnist

By Bruce Babbitt Former U.S. Secretary of the Interior Last week Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced a resolution of the Roan Plateau controversy. The settlement, signed off by the Bureau of Land Management, the Bill Barrett ...

Printed Letters: Nov. 30, 2014

By Staff

Investigating Benghazi is an expensive joke “GOP-led panel largely debunks Benghazi claims: Report backs U.S. response, finds no cover-up by White House.” This was front-page news in The Daily Sentinel last Sunday. The two-year ...

We need more success stories like Footbeat’s

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Junction’s selection as the location for an assembly plant that will manufacture a breakthrough medical device is a lesson in perseverance and a testament to the area’s economic development efforts. The perseverance is ...

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