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Fight looms over release of Blagg’s defense costs

By Paul Shockley

A legal fight over expense records for Michael Blagg’s state-funded criminal defense was unresolved on Friday, with a deadline looming this week. The Mesa County District Attorney’s Office has issued a subpoena, returnable on ...


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Faces of the Fallen

By Gary Harmon

A photo of U.S. Army Pfc. Jerry Gobbo of Fruita will be enshrined among those of thousands of his compatriots who died in the Vietnam War. Gobbo was one of several hundred Coloradans whose photo the Faces Never Forgotten Project hadn’t ...


Death notice, May 25, 2015

By Staff

■ Irene A. Stryker, 94, Montrose, formerly of Crawford, died May, 18, 2015, at Montrose Memorial Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Crawford Cemetery. Survivors include one son, Lesslie of Cortez; one daughter, Lacricia ...


Boulder-area trail runner rescued after large rock traps him

By The AP

BOULDER — A 46-year-old trail runner has been rescued after a large rock fell on his foot near the summit of Bear Peak near Boulder. Authorities say Dave Mackey was running on the mountain trail when he slipped and fell. He grabbed a ...


Authorities identify suspect in Colorado State Patrol crash

By The AP

LONGMONT — Authorities have identified the 27-year-old driver arrested after a Colorado State Patrol cadet was killed and a trooper critically injured after they were hit while trying to stop a fleeing car near Longmont. Christopher ...


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Man killed in morning crash on Interstate 70 Business Loop

By Staff

A man was killed this morning when the Jeep Cherokee he was driving slammed into the back of another vehicle on the Interstate 70 Business Loop, the Grand Junction Police Department said. Early investigation shows a Chevrolet Tahoe was ...


Printed Letters: May 24, 2015

By Staff

Offensive letter has no place in the newspaper I read a letter to the editor in Thursday’s edition of the Daily Sentinel in which a reader, James C. Sparks, found the Sentinel’s coverage of the Pride Fest Parade to be ...


Trust leads to seismic change at District 51

By The Daily Sentinel

“Pay for performance” is a lightning rod in the world of public education that usually puts school boards and district administrators at odds with teachers. But not here. The union representing teachers in District 51 agreed to ...


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Collbran Job Corps marks its 50th anniversary

By Staff

Dew still shimmered on the grass in the early morning sunlight as the color guard stood at attention to the rat-a-tat of snare drums. A rainbow arc of dozens of student leaders in colored coats lined the sidewalk to the gym in the crisp ...


Book notes, May 24, 2015

By Staff

GJ writer wins poetry prize Jill Burkey of Grand Junction is the winner of the $1,000 Mark Fischer Poetry Prize for her poem “Beginning Mind.” Burkey was presented with the award during the May 16 Talking Gourds poetry program ...


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