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Email letters, April 28, 2016

By Staff

College Republicans’ sponsored Senate Forum was refreshing and well done Although I am burned out and disgusted with the Presidential race, I realized I knew little about any other races. When I saw the College Republicans’ ...


Farmers Market relocates to Cross Orchards

By Erin McIntyre

The longest-running farmers market in the valley will relocate to a historic living history farm. Cross Orchards, located at 3073 F Road, will be the new home of the Teller Arms Farmers Market, which formerly operated at the Teller Arms ...


Car theft suspect killed in shootout in Westminster

By The AP

WESTMINSTER — State officials are investigating after Westminster police shot and killed an armed car theft suspect. The Denver Post reports that the shooting occurred Wednesday after a man linked to a stolen vehicle fired at officers. ...


Man found in Ouray County ditch died of exposure

By The AP

MONTROSE — Officials say a missing man found dead in an Ouray County ditch died of exposure. The Montrose Daily Press reports that Coroner Colleen Hollenbeck says Darryl Hemphill’s manner of death has been ruled accidental. The ...


Mental exam focus of hearing in Colorado clinic shooting

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — The man who acknowledges killing three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic will return to court for a discussion of his mental health. Thursday’s hearing will focus on whether 57-year-old Robert Dear ...


Legislature may give killer an early release

By Rick Wagner

Twenty years is a long time. Long enough to forget many things but not long enough for me to forget the murders of Janet Davis and her 11-year-old daughter Jennifer. It was Feb. 15, 1996 and by the time I arrived at the house on E Road, ...


Printed Letters: April 28, 2016

By Staff

Intimidation shows McInnis’ lack of leadership Scott McInnis demonstrated that he is out of touch with the local community and does not possess the skills to effectively lead. In Monday’s county meeting, Commissioner McInnis acted ...


VA needs changes

By The Daily Sentinel

“Is this a system worth saving?” That’s the question Chris Kornkven, a Gulf War veteran from Whitewater, repeatedly posed to a roomful of Veterans Affairs Medical Center officials at a forum hosted by the American Legion ...


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Tigers hold off rival ‘Cats

By Jon Mitchell

The Fruita Monument boys lacrosse team found a way to pull even with Grand Junction late in the game on Wednesday. Tyler Marsh made sure the Wildcats never pulled ahead. Marsh, a Grand Junction senior attacker, capped his six-goal performance ...


Bess gives Wildcats a thrilling win

By Dale Shrull

It was a strange seventh inning filled with excitement, thrills and disappointment. Fruita Monument High School’s baseball team enjoyed the thrills and excitement. Central was saddled with the disappointment. Cuba Bess ripped a two-out ...


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