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For the record, May 14, 2017

By Staff

BIRTHS Delta County Memorial Hospital Josh and Sarah Field, Montrose, a daughter, May 4. James and Carly Nevious, Paonia, a son, May 6. David and Pam Ferguson, Paonia, a daughter, May 10. Chase and Jamie Roeber, Paonia, a son, May ...


Scientists often specialize in producing baloney sandwiches

By Gary McCallister

I hope I can handle this delicate topic tastefully. My scientific education included specialization in the study of parasites; intestinal parasites, to be specific. Such specialization places me at the absolute nadir of science, that place ...


Religion brief, May 13, 2017

By Staff

Covenant church plans yard sale Covenant Presbyterian Church will conduct a yard sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 18–20 at the church, 237 32 Road, on Orchard Mesa. Visit covpresgj.org for information.  ...


Airport chief outbound from GJT

By Gary Harmon

The executive director of Grand Junction Regional airport is leaving for an “attractive offer” elsewhere, leaving the airport to look for a fourth time in five years for a new chief. Kip Turner will leave at the end of May, just ...


Trial for murder of retired firefighter cut short by guilt

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A trial for the murder of a retired Colorado Springs firefighter has been cut short after the suspect admitted he’s guilty. The Gazette reports Gustavo Torres-Gonzalez pleaded guilty to first-degree murder ...


Email Letters: May 12, 2017

By Staff

Colorado will move forward with or without Senator Gardner It was a relief to see that the BLM methane emissions rule is still in place after it failed to go to a vote this week. Unfortunately, this victory comes with no help from Sen. ...


Woman leaves Denver church after deport delay

By The AP

DENVER — The Latest on a Mexican immigrant leaving a Denver church after being granted a deportation delay (all times local): A Mexican immigrant who lived in a Denver church for three months to avoid immigration authorities left Friday ...


Probe: Colorado ski lift malfunction caused fatal fall

By The AP

DENVER — A chairlift malfunction at a ski resort northwest of Denver caused a lurch that toppled a Texas woman 25 feet (7.6 meters) to her death, state investigators said Thursday. A final report released by the Colorado Passenger ...


Grasshoppers, cookie dough among the new hits on MLB menus

By The AP

The idea of serving edible grasshoppers at a baseball game isn’t as crazy as it sounds. The Seattle Mariners brought that curious offering to their ballpark this season, and although it might have seemed like a head scratcher to many ...


Printed Letters: May 12, 2017

By Staff

Thanks to Sen. Bennet for preserving methane rule I write to express my gratitude that The Daily Sentinel has been such a staunch supporter of the November 2016 BLM rule requiring the capture of heretofore wasted gas from oil and gas wells, ...


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