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Cop arrested in vandalism 
of ex’s house

By Duffy Hayes

A Grand Junction police officer was arrested Thursday on suspicion of repeatedly vandalizing a home and tormenting his ex-girlfriend — a woman who is a 911 dispatcher and is now married to a Mesa County Sheriff’s Office ...


Music Maker

By Gretel Daugherty

Christopher Dungey creates fine cellos by hand in his Grand Junction workshop.  ...


‘Maker of genius’ cello maker makes impact in GJ

By Melinda Mawdsley

Dressed in black, sitting amidst small piles of sawdust, Grammy-award winning cellist Lynn Harrell lifted his bow to his recently adjusted instrument as Christopher Dungey, the cello maker himself, listened intently. Dungey’s shop was ...

Man sentenced in 1994 double-slaying in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — A man has been sentenced to two life terms and 72 years in prison for a 1994 double-slaying in Denver that was re-opened by the police cold-case unit. Forty-four-year-old Andre Jackson was sentenced Thursday for first-degree ...

Email letters, October 2, 2014

By Staff

Low unemployment rate is good for Democrat voters, bad news for Republican voters You accidentally, or on purpose, left out the most important part in your endorsement column. The Colorado unemployment rate has dropped down to 5.2 percent, ...

10 Things to know for Thursday, Oct. 2

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1.  HONG KONG CAUTIONS PROTESTERS AGAINST OCCUPATION   Police warn of serious consequences if pro-democracy demonstrators try to ...


Rock fans glad to the bone

By Rachel Sauer

It was the second song that lifted boogie-ing butts from their seats Wednesday night. The opening song, “Rock Party,” got heads nodding with its chugging, freight train rhythm — heads that nodded in agreement when George ...

Pikes Peak area closed for a century re-opening

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Some 9,000 acres on the southern face of Pikes Peak are re-opening to the public after more than a century of being off-limits. The Gazette reports that Colorado Springs officials were to announce the re-opening of ...

Senate control dims for Democrats

By Rick Wagner

Things are getting grimmer this week for Democratic Party hopes in Colorado and more importantly, for maintaining control of the U.S. Senate. Republicans are hoping for a six-seat switch in the Senate to give them a majority and control over ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 2, 2014

By Staff

Mitchell letter ignored 
important facts about ACA Ignorance lives on in its purest form in John R. Mitchell’s letter to the Daily Sentinel on Thursday. Mitchell is attacking Mark Udall’s support of Obamacare, claiming that, ...

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