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Blotter, April 24, 2017

By Staff

Careless driving alleged A pregnant driver and four passengers in her car were injured in a head-on collision last summer when a 31-year-old woman allegedly veered into oncoming traffic in their lane near Seventh Street and Elm Avenue in ...


Printed Letters: April 23, 2017

By Staff

Sen. Gardner needs to uphold air quality rules Last week, Sen. Cory Gardner took time on his trip back to Colorado this month to stop in Grand Junction and hike Devil’s Canyon. I am glad to see he appreciates the beautiful place we call ...


Unless we change TABOR, schools will never get adequate funds

By Guest Columnist

By Trish Greenwood With the great recession fading from the rearview mirror and housing prices climbing in Denver and Front Range communities, Colorado continues to show signs of a healthy economy. Colorado revenue is expected to grow 4 ...


When it comes to American energy, waste not, want not

By Guest Columnist

By Darin Carei Small business owners can’t afford to be wasteful. Down to the last hour in the day and the last dollar spent, our resources must go toward innovating in our field, investing in our businesses, paying employees, and ...


How do you create a community that cares? By caring

By Robin Brown

I have a theory that the entire valley runs on about 3,000 “movers and shakers.” These are the people who are involved in the day-to-day management of our community. They might own their own business or work for one of the big ...


America’s species-protection law works just fine, so leave it alone

By Guest Columnist

By Michael Saul One of the most basic scientific facts of evolution is this: It has taken thousands, even millions of years for animals like gray wolves and humpback whales to evolve into the species they are today — species Americans ...


Monuments under fire

By The Daily Sentinel

Today is the last opportunity to gain free admittance to National Park Service properties as part of the federal agency’s celebration of National Park Week. For the Western Slope, it’s a great reminder of how fortunate we are to ...


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Local agencies see benefits, consider obstacles to cams

By gabrielle porter

Grand Junction police officers and Mesa County sheriff’s deputies will likely wear body cameras one day in the future, agency leaders reiterated this week. But funds have yet to be set aside, and for both agencies, major concerns still ...


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Cops and cams

By gabrielle porter

Two years ago, Taylor Blanscet hated the idea of cops wearing body cameras. The former U.S. Marine and oilfield worker was applying for a position with the Delta County Sheriff’s Office when he learned that the department had mandated ...


Company offers free body cams to departments nationwide

By Staff

A company known primarily for manufacturing stun guns has offered to fully outfit any U.S. police force with free body cameras, data storage, equipment and training videos for one year. Axon, which recently changed its name from the more ...


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