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Lobos assistant apologizes for altercation with Rams player

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — New Mexico assistant coach Terrence Rencher has apologized for his role in a verbal confrontation with Colorado State forward Emmanuel Omogbo outside Moby Arena following Saturday’s game. The Mountain West ...

Worker at Maserati dealer dead following sports car crash

By The AP

HIGHLANDS RANCH — A 24-year-old employee of a suburban Denver Maserati dealership has been found dead behind the wheel of one of the sports cars following a suspected high-speed crash. KUSA-TV reports a passer-by spotted the 2017 ...

Printed Letters: Jan. 17, 2017

By Staff

Pruitt a poor choice for EPA administrator As a physician and Colorado citizen I am adamantly opposed to Scott Pruitt as the nominee for EPA administrator. Mine is not a political position but rather one of concern for the health of our ...


The week we’ve all been waiting for

By Jim Spehar

Buckle up, buttercups! This is the week we’ve been waiting for. Come Friday, weeks of anticipation since Nov. 7 will be over and we’ll officially have a new leader. Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United ...

Development plans look good downtown

By The Daily Sentinel

We may be getting ahead of ourselves here, but the Downtown Development Authority’s initial steps to turn the former R-5 property and the former White Hall site into mixed-use facilities featuring market-rate housing look ...

Sports Briefs, Jan. 17, 2017

By Staff

Women’s Basketball Adams earns RMAC weekly honor Bryanna Adams led Colorado Mesa to a pair of crucial road wins last week, averaging 28 points a game in victories at Colorado School of Mines and Colorado Christian. The senior guard ...


Tigers’ balance nets big victory

By Dale Shrull

The Grand Junction High School boys basketball team came together with a good all-around effort in a rare Monday afternoon game. Andrew Hansen seemed to be in the mix all over the court and Drew Derrieux poured in 24 points to lead the Tigers ...

Developer: Let’s bring broadband into valley

By Amy Hamilton

A developer thinks his company could create a broadband network for Grand Junction that would attract enough customers to make it viable. Grand Junction City Council had a first look at some of the numbers for the first of a three-pronged ...


Palisade murder suspect arrested

By Gabrielle Porter

A 37-year-old man suspected in the October slaying of Palisade resident Paul Davis has been arrested, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office. Matthew Mitchell, 37, of Littleton, was arrested by the Aurora Police Department ...

GarCo may pave way for tiny homes

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County commissioners have agreed to open the door to the tiny house movement. Commissioners on Monday decided to pursue action on reducing their current 20-by-20-foot minimum allowable housing size. The county’s community ...

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