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Suspect accused of $18K in welfare fraud

By Mike Wiggins

A suspect accused of illegally obtaining nearly $18,000 in welfare benefits has been arrested and arraigned in Mesa County District Court. The Mesa County Department of Human Services announced this afternoon that the suspect was arraigned on ...


New role: Lee Borden named executive director of The Art Center

By Rachel Sauer

By his own description, Lee Borden was a “geeky orchestra kid” and prone to shyness. He’d been on stage before, sure, but as part of an orchestra, and kind of toward the back with his string bass. It was something of a ...

Email Letters: October 27, 2016

By Staff

Vote yes on 71; it should be harder to amend state constitution Amendment 71 should get a strong yes vote; it needs to be harder to amend the constitution. What voters need to keep in mind is there is a significant difference between ...

Denver police changing use of force policy

By The AP

DENVER — The Department Police Department is drafting a new use of force policy designed to ensure officers use the least amount of force necessary to de-escalate situations. The Denver Post reports the new guidelines are based on ...

Post-election unity? Clinton and Trump won’t say yet

By The AP

WASHINGTON — With a dozen days left until Election Day, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are refusing to commit to working with each other after the election, putting in question their abilities to heal the country’s wounds after a ...

No controversy here

By The Daily Sentinel

Back in early 2015, Liberty University became a focus of criticism for requiring all students to attend a rally on campus that kicked off Sen. Ted Cruz’s campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. As a private, Christian ...

Printed Letters: October 27, 2016

By Staff

Former U.S. senator supports Gail Schwartz I’m writing today to ask readers to join me in supporting Gail Schwartz for Congress in the 3rd Congressional District. The minute I heard Gail was getting into this race, I was on her team. ...

This election’s finish line is in sight

By Rick Wagner

Hang in there. We are almost across the finish line with this election. There is certainly a question as to whether what happens after the voting will be worse than what’s been happening during the campaign, but as an optimist I would ...


Cowboys win heavyweight, lightweight Super Bowls

By Matt Meyer

With the Bookcliff Chiefs looking at fourth and short during the fourth quarter Wednesday night, the Fruita Cowboys came up big at the Mesa County Junior Football Association Heavyweight Super Bowl. The Cowboys stopped Bookcliff inches short ...


Tigers and Wildcats ready for state soccer playoffs

By Matt Meyer

It wasn’t that long ago — 2013, in fact — when Pine Creek won a Class 5A boys soccer state championship. The Eagles, in 15 seasons under Ben Corley, haven’t had a losing season in four years and have consistently been ...

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