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Story homers twice in Rockies’ 17-2 win over Braves

By The AP

DENVER — Trevor Story had a feeling the Colorado Rockies were about to snap out of their offensive slump, and when they did, his bat led the way. Story had two homers and a career-high six RBIs, Jon Gray pitched six strong innings, and ...


Plenty to cheer about in downtown Grand Junction

By Guest Columnist

By Allison Blevins As the the director of the Downtown Business Improvement District, and a longtime lover of these tree-lined streets in the center of our valley, I’m always fascinated by what visitors and those new to our community ...


Let’s not overlook impact of the arts

By The Daily Sentinel

For fans of Los Lobos, the multiple Grammy winners and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees from East L.A., Monday’s concert at the new amphitheater in Las Colonias Park was a “pinch me” experience. Ticket prices — ...


Printed Letters: August 17, 2017

By Staff

Commissioners do more harm than good It doesn’t surprise me in the least that the county commissioners are trying to strong-arm a valuable nonprofit in our community. I have tried to negotiate with the current three commissioners only ...


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Sub-par 
results 
for D51
 pupils

By Katie Langford

State test results released Thursday show that Mesa County students score consistently below the Colorado average in math and language arts, a trend district leaders said is nothing new. School District 51 students took the Partnership for ...


Grand Junction Rockies recap, Aug. 16, 2017

By Staff

Grand Junction 13, Missoula 7 Wednesday
at Ogren Park Allegiance Field Records Grand Junction 26-27, 8-7; Missoula 24-28, 5-9 At the plate Joey Bartosic had the first four-hit game of his career, going 4 for 6 with five RBI. The ...


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GJ residents file ethics complaint against Scott

By Charles Ashby

Three Grand Junction residents filed an ethics complaint Tuesday with the Colorado Senate against Sen. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction. The three — Anne Landman, Claudette Konola and Martin Wiesiolek — have asked Senate President ...


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Old tree to fall on
 Ouray anniversary

By Staff

The ancient Ute Council Tree in Delta will be cut down on Aug. 25, the 137th anniversary of the death of Chief Ouray, whose Uncompahgre Ute tribe gathered beneath its branches for years. The council tree, a cottonwood believed to have lived ...


Blotter, August 17, 2017

By Staff

Inmate faces new charges A man already in custody at the Mesa County Jail for a drug-related criminal case was advised of additional charges he faces on Wednesday. Samuel Raymond Yates, 47, was arrested earlier this month during a traffic ...


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Gathering condemns racial intolerance

By Charles Ashby

Bigotry exists in many forms in America and turning a blind eye to it won’t make it go away. Whether it’s racial or ethnic or even political, intolerance of other people’s opinions simply because they are different is no ...


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