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Blotter, June 9, 2017

By Staff

Cops: Man choked woman A 34-year-old man accused of strangling a woman and then covering her nose and mouth with his hand early Wednesday morning appeared Thursday in court in connection with a potential felony assault charge. Bradley ...


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New park and pay rules

By Amy Hamilton

A parking lot full of parking changes go into effect next week in Grand Junction’s downtown. Most of the hourly rates at metered parking spaces will increase, and 53 new meters have been added to the city’s inventory of about 1,000 ...


Email Letters: June 8, 2017

By Staff

Stop the projected Redlands roundabout The U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment allows the people to petition the government for grievances. But the 1,082 Redlands petition signers and 10 small business owners who oppose CDOT’s ...


Colorado teen charged in plot to attack school pleads guilty

By The AP

DENVER — The second of two teenagers accused of plotting to kill classmates at a suburban Denver high school has pleaded guilty to felony menacing. The Denver Post reports 17-year-old Sienna Johnson, who pleaded guilty Wednesday, could ...


Colorado authorities probe mysterious shooting death

By The AP

GREELEY — Authorities in northern Colorado are investigating the shooting death of a man who was initially thought to have been run over by his tractor-trailer. Cpl. Matt Turner with the Weld County Sheriff’s Office says ...


Myanmar navy ship, fishermen find bodies in search for plane

By The AP

SAN HLAN, Myanmar — Fishermen joined navy and air force personnel Thursday in recovering bodies and aircraft parts from the sea off Myanmar, where a military plane carrying 122 people including 15 children crashed a day earlier, ...


A step too far

By The Daily Sentinel

Two local government watchdogs are undoubtedly disappointed that affidavits they filed with the District Attorney’s office alleging malfeasance and noncompliance with budget disclosures did not lead to a court examination of whether Mesa ...


Printed Letters: June 8, 2017

By Staff

Our president is out of touch with the country Over the last several weeks, as President Trump traveled abroad, he read a variety of dull, uninspiring prepared speeches. Now he is back home and continues to communicate by either tweeting his ...


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Trump headed in the right direction

By Rick Wagner

I was sorry to miss last week’s column but steps had to be taken to defend our Republic. It came to my attention that Hillary Clinton was robbed of her promised and deeply desired position of president of the United States by “a ...


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Making the leap

By Jon Mitchell

Gunner Rigsby could not have imagined how much he’d love track and field when he first started competing as a high school junior. Now, the recent Fruita Monument High School graduate couldn’t imagine his life without it. On ...


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