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Lions prepare for annual carnival

By Staff

The carnival fundraising season for the Grand Junction Lions Club kicks into gear this week, with club members being issued raffle tickets for sale in the community in advance of the big event, Feb. 21. But Tuesday also was a big day for many ...

Mesa County Sheriff: Two men alive after gyroplane crash on Glade Park

By Amy Hamilton

Search and rescue personnel are working tonight to reach two men who crashed in a gyroplane in rugged country on Glade Park. The men are alive, but their injuries were unknown early Tuesday night. A command post has been six miles south of ...

Lippia, GJ Symphony Orchestra join for a display of ‘Centennial Sinatra’

By Tammy Gemaehlich

His way is the Sinatra way. He is Steve Lippia, and he’ll join the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra for a night of music celebrating Frank Sinatra that begins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 10, at the Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St. The ...

Email letters, January 6, 2015

By Staff

City needs project driven economic development and should begin with CMU Last year I wrote an op-ed for the Daily Sentinel focused on how we make the City of Grand Junction the Next Great City in the Rocky Mountain West. The article resulted ...

Explosion rocks Colorado barber shop; no injuries reported

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Police in Colorado are investigating an explosion reported at a barber shop. Colorado Springs police Lt. Catherine Buckley said Tuesday there haven’t been any reports of injuries at the building about an hour ...

Four selected to baseball Hall of Fame

By Staff

Pitchers Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz, along with second baseman Craig Biggio were elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame today, the first time since 1955 that writers selected four players in one year. Johnson ended his ...

Plea deal possible in multiple bank robberies

By Dennis Webb

A man accused of bank robberies in Glenwood Springs, Clifton and Colorado Springs in 2012 is in plea negotiations aimed at resolving all of the cases. Cynthia Jones, the defense attorney for Mark Osterloo, informed 9th Judicial District Court ...

Body of woman found near Greeley grain elevators

By The AP

GREELEY — Detectives in Greeley and coroners’s officials are working to identify the body of a woman found in the city near two grain elevators. The body of the woman, believed to be in her early 20s, was found Monday afternoon. ...

Police: Mayoral candidate pointed AR-15 at person

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Colorado Springs mayoral candidate is behind bars for allegedly pointing an AR-15 rifle during a domestic violence incident. Police say 48-year-old Justine Herring pointed the gun at another person and made threats ...


State plans Glenwood-to-Denver bus service

By Dennis Webb

A Colorado Department of Transportation bus service set to launch sometime in the spring will connect Denver with points as distant as Fort Collins, Colorado Springs and Glenwood Springs — for starters. Down the road, it could reach all ...

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