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Police: Man fatally shot by officers in Denver was unarmed

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say one of two men who were shot and killed by Denver police was unarmed but had struck an officer with a stolen car and rammed police vehicles. Police Chief Robert White said Thursday the other man had pulled a gun ...

Get ready to run on the Wrong Side of the Tracks

By Staff

The Wrong Side of the Tracks Run, hosted by The Daily Sentinel, will kick off tonight at 6. It’s not too late to register online and last-minute participants are welcome. The 5K course will begin at The Daily Sentinel offices, 734 S. ...

Entertainment Briefs: July 4

By Staff

Local filmmaker seeking veterans Grand Valley filmmaker Larry Cappetto is seeking any World War II and Korean War veterans in the area who are willing to be interviewed about their experiences. Call Cappetto at 549-1208, email .(JavaScript ...


New chief takes over at VA

By Gary Harmon

The new director of the Grand Junction Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center on Wednesday greeted veterans, employees and volunteers, telling them he expected to manage the facility by walking around and making the most of employee ...

10 Things to know for Wednesday, July 3

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. 32 STATES TRAIL US AS A WHOLE IN JOB RECOVERY   Five years after the Great Recession officially ended, most states still ...

Affidavit: Mom put rat poison in daughters’ shakes

By Dennis Webb

A Carbondale woman gave her two daughters shakes containing rat poison Monday and also drank some herself in a murder-suicide attempt, police say. An arrest affidavit for Maria Viviana Alvarado-Gomez, 32, says she told a doctor at Valley View ...

Moffat man shot, killed by neighbor

By The AP

CRAIG — The fatal shooting of a Moffat County man by his neighbor is being investigated as a self-defense case. The Craig Daily Press reports that 50-year-old Ron Torgersen was shot by his neighbor David Hazelip on June 24 in a ...

Immigrants overwhelm Colorado DMV’s website

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s Department of Motor Vehicles is scrambling to fix its appointment website after being overwhelmed by noncitizens seeking driver’s licenses. Non-U.S. citizens were allowed to start making appointments on ...

Maroon Valley moose sightings prompt warnings

By The AP

ASPEN — An uptick in moose sightings near Aspen is prompting fresh warnings and trail closures. U.S. Forest Service officials are discussing a moose management plan including dog limits for the Maroon Bells area after some moose ...

Grand Junction: The next great city
 in the Rocky Mountain West

By Guest Columnist

By Wade Haerle My wife and I have now lived in Grand Junction for more than 21 years. We moved into our first home Thanksgiving weekend 1992. Grand Junction is our home. Grand Junction has accepted us and we love it. I have worked for CLUB ...

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