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Hwy. 65 closed above Powderhorn

By Staff

Adverse weather has forced the closure of Colorado Highway 65 above Powderhorn Mountain Resort, but the road remains open between Grand Junction and the ski area. Access to the top of Grand Mesa and cross-country ski trails in the Mesa Lakes ...

Email letters, March 23, 2016

By Staff

Not voting for president is akin to casting your vote for the person you dislike I have been curious since I read that letter from a gentleman in Fruita advising that he hated Trump and if he was nominated he would just not vote. I will bet ...

Suspicious package prompts evacuations at Atlanta airport

By The AP

ATLANTA — Police say passengers were evacuated from a terminal at Atlanta’s airport after a bomb squad investigated a suspicious package, but airport officials say operations have returned to normal. Atlanta police Officer D.T. ...

‘Devil’s Advocate’ with Jon Caldara

By Special to the Sentinel

Midway Through Colorado’s Legislative Session, The Daily Sentinel’s political reporter Charles Ashby joins Jim Anderson, Associated Press reporter, and Jon Caldara on Colorado Public Television’s “Devil’s ...

Aspen chairlift pusher to plead not guilty by insanity

By The AP

ASPEN — A man who pushed a snowboarder off an Aspen chairlift is expected to plead not guilty by reason of insanity to charges related to the incident. The Aspen Times reports that 32-year-old Thomas Proesel is charged with attempted ...

Mental exam focus of hearing in Colorado clinic shooting

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Attorneys for a man who admitted to killing three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic will return to court to discuss his mental competency exam. The Wednesday hearing likely will focus on results of the ...

Upcoming wine tasting a reminder of local marvels

By Dave Buchanan

There may be no better way to develop a good foundation in the intricacies and intimacies of wines and winemaking than to visit wine regions, tour the wineries and meet the people behind the wines. However, when you already live in a wine ...


Japanese venture
 and Jordan Cove
 agree to gas sale

By Dennis Webb

A Japanese joint venture that’s poised to become the world’s largest buyer of liquefied natural gas has preliminarily agreed to purchase at least a quarter of the planned initial production of the proposed Jordan Cove LNG facility ...


Reservoir fix in sight

By Dennis Webb

The city of Grand Junction is planning to fix and refill its Purdy Mesa Reservoir on the south side of Grand Mesa this year after successfully obtaining a $1 million loan and $100,000 grant last week from the Colorado Water Conservation ...

Local Democrats look to the future

By Claudette Konola

Did you see page 2A of this newspaper on Sunday? A lot of ink was devoted to the Mesa County Republican convention. Did you see any pictures of the 169 delegates, mostly young people, who attended the Mesa County Democratic convention on the ...

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