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No easy answers

By The Daily Sentinel

Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet shares the same concern about disproportionately high health care costs in rural Colorado as the state General Assembly. But Bennet has taken a lot of heat for not having answers as to why, while state ...


Man found not guilty in bar rape charge

By Gabrielle Porter

A Mesa County jury took less than three hours last week to acquit a Grand Junction man accused of raping a woman in the bathroom stall of a downtown bar two years ago. Franklin Addo, now 30, pleaded not guilty to a single count of sexual ...

Local brief, May 20, 2016

By Staff

Dog park center section to be reopened June 1 The center section of the Canyon View Park dog park will reopen June 1. The section, which is to be used by active dogs, closed Sept. 28 to allow for the soil to be amended and grass seed ...

Sports Authority to close all its stores nationwide

By Charles Ashby

Sports Authority will close all of its stores nationwide, including the 31 stores it operates in Grand Junction and elsewhere in Colorado. The news was revealed in the company’s latest bankruptcy filing, which said it failed to reach a ...

Meth suspected in I-70 traffic stop

By Duffy Hayes

Two Mexican nationals in the country illegally — one on bond after a previous drug conviction in North Dakota — face possible long prison sentences after allegedly being found in possession of a pound of methamphetamine, after a ...

052016 MUG Andrew Bosch

Ongoing sexual abuse of child alleged

By Duffy Hayes

A 50-year-old Grand Junction man was issued a $100,000 cash-only bond in a Mesa County court Thursday, accused of a possible 24 sexual assault-related charges, including numerous charges of sexual assault on a child from someone in a position ...

Blotter: May 20, 2016

By Staff

Armed robber sought A person who brandished a handgun and demanded money at a convenience store at 1015 North Ave. shortly before 10 p.m. Wednesday fled the scene and hasn’t yet been found, according to the Grand Junction Police ...

State appeals court orders new trial in 2012 shooting

By Charles Ashby

A Grand Junction man convicted on charges of attempted murder and assault in 2012 won himself a new trial Thursday. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled that Kevin Earl Dunham’s argument that Mesa County District Judge Valerie Robison ...


Too much to overcome

By Patti Arnold

Coming back from a five-run deficit isn’t something any team wants to do, especially in the playoffs. Colorado Mesa’s baseball team faced that challenge Thursday in the opening game of the NCAA Division II South Central Region ...


Her best shot

By Dale Shrull

LAKEWOOD — Lily Lockhart looked calm, cool and collected as she entered the shot put circle, but she wasn’t. Nerves and butterflies were battering her Thursday at the Colorado state track and field meet. In her second throw in ...

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