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Forest land may close near Grand Mesa landslide

By Staff

U.S. Forest Service officials are considering closing forest land near the landslide on Grand Mesa in order to protect public safety, officials said. The slide involves forest and private lands and sits east of Collbran.  ...

Suspects on run after armed robbery at Old Chicago

By Staff

Grand Junction police are looking for two men who robbed the Old Chicago restaurant, 120 North Ave., this morning and locked an employee in the freezer. The robbers, both white, wore black masks and one threatened the employee with a handgun ...

US 6 over Loveland Pass closed by mudslide

By The AP

SILVER PLUME — There’s no estimate yet for when US Highway 6 over Loveland Pass could reopen following a mudslide. A slide about 75 feet wide buried the highway east of the pass with 7 feet of debris on Tuesday. Photographs ...

Man convicted of killing 2 teen boys

By The AP

BRIGHTON — A 44-year-old man has been convicted of killing two teenage boys and burying their bodies in a shallow grave near the Nebraska border. A jury returned two first-degree guilty verdicts Tuesday in the case involving William ...

Biden to speak at Air Force Academy graduation

By The AP

AIR FORCE ACADEMY — Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to speak to about 1,000 Air Force Academy cadets at this year’s graduation ceremony. The cadets will be commissioned as second lieutenants as they get their degrees ...


3 feared dead served area in work, volunteerism

By Amy Hamilton

Three men who are presumed dead after a colossal landslide off Grand Mesa on Sunday were tireless volunteers in their community, the sort of people who are cherished as being helpful and kind. That’s the way it is for the Nichols ...

Nature’s awesome power on display

By The Daily Sentinel

Be careful what you wish for, the old saying goes. You just might get it. Anybody who lives in Colorado knows the value of precipitation. We measure it in hundredths of an inch and percentage of annual snowpack. Complaints about rainfall are ...

Printed Letters: May 28, 2014

By Staff

Airport board did not cede power to Tippetts The Daily Sentinel’s May 15 editorial regarding the airport contains a sentence that misses the entire history of what occurred and the lesson it teaches. The sentence is “One of the ...


Q&A: Mesa County sheriff candidate John Pennington

By Staff

Name: John Stanley Pennington Occupation: Directional driller Education: BSW in Social Work, University of Wyoming Professional work history: Investigator, Department of Children, Youth and Families, Clovis, New Mexico — 1994-1998; ...


Q&A: Mesa County sheriff candidate Steve King

By Staff

Name: Steve King Occupation: Mesa County sheriff deputy, Colorado state senator for Senate District 7 Education: Associate of Applied Science (criminal justice) from Colorado Mesa University; Bachelor of Arts (psychology with a minor in ...

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