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UPDATE: GJHS ends lockdown

By Amy Hamilton

Lock down status has been lifted at Grand Junction High School. Safety personnel had been clearing the building. Students were released at 3:12 p.m., according to District 51. Scanner traffic earlier today indicated a 15-year-old was stabbed ...

Driver pleads guilty to killing Denver Post reporter

By The AP

DENVER — A 23-year-old man has pleaded guilty to striking and killing a Denver Post reporter while driving drunk last August. Jesus Carreno pleaded guilty Monday to vehicular homicide-reckless driving and driving under the influence in ...

Colorado moves to eliminate black-market Internet pot ad

By The AP

DENVER — Weed on Craigslist? It is widely for sale in Colorado, but legislation moving through the state Legislature aims to crack down on those who sell marijuana illegally using online ads. A bill approved unanimously by the state ...

Email Letters: January 23, 2017

By Staff

With Trump’s inauguration, we should toast the end of a nightmare The day has finally arrived to celebrate the end of eight nightmare years of anti-Constitution social justice progressive central government. The old guard is being ...

Death Notices, Jan. 24, 2017

By Staff

■ Donald M. Fritz, 81, Clifton, died Jan. 21, 2017, at St. Mary’s Hospital. He was a truck driver. Survivors include his wife, Elzira L.; three daughters, Donna Scarrow of Grand Junction, Linda Chando of Hong Kong, and Pam Bates ...


Study: University brings in big bucks

By Katie Langford

Colorado Mesa University contributed $448 million to the Western Slope economy in the last fiscal year, an all-time high for the fast-growing regional education hub. Officials released the university’s biennial economic impact study on ...


Albertsons checking out of valley

By Erin McIntyre

Albertsons grocery stores will no longer have a presence in the Grand Valley after one store closes and the other is transformed into a Safeway, officials confirmed Monday. Corporate officials said they will close the Albertsons store at 1830 ...


Women’s March

By William Woody

Thousands of people joined in the Women’s March in Grand Junction.  ...

River otters spotted around Boulder after long absence

By The AP

BOULDER — Northern river otters appear to be flourishing in Colorado’s Boulder County after about a century of struggle. The Daily Camera reports that otters are listed as a threatened species in Colorado. State Parks & ...


Julie Butherus

By Special to the Sentinel

2283 El Rio Drive Area: Redlands List Price: $345,000 Bedrooms: Three Bathrooms: Two Total Square Feet: 2,082 Year Built: 1992 Lot Size: 9,583 sq. ft.  Location! Location! This close in Redlands beauty is close to everything and quick ...

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