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Police: Golden man stabbed defending home in botched robbery

By The AP

GOLDEN — Police in Golden say a man was stabbed while trying to defend his home from three intruders who broke into the wrong house. Investigators say the young men were expecting to find $10,000 in cash and drugs inside the home after ...


22 complaints filed under Utah’s new LGBT discrimination law

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah public school teacher Art Rice used to put on four shirts every day before work last year so no one would notice that he was becoming a woman. “I cried near every morning, putting my man clothes on, because ...


Baby sitter accused of robbing bank to pay back stolen money

By The AP

SEVERANCE — A Colorado baby sitter is accused of using two children she was watching to help her rob a bank — a heist allegedly planned to help her pay back money stolen from her employers. According to the Weld County ...


Blotter, May 18, 2016

By Staff

Felony DUI charge possible A 48-year-old man faces a possible felony DUI charge after allegedly failing to pull over along Interstate 70 near De Beque, then exiting the highway and failing to stop after driving for more than three ...


Death notices, May 18, 2016

By Staff

■ William James Brophy, 79, Grand Junction, died May 13, 2016, at his home. Services will take place at a later date. He was a retired police captain. Survivors include three sons, William Jr. of Brighton, Robert and Bruce, both of ...


Road Trip: Make plans for June 2–8

By Staff

Here are some events coming to Colorado and Utah: ■ U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team vs. Japan — Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City, June 2. ■ Chromeo & Jamie XX — Red Rocks Amphitheatre, ...


CORRECTION: Grand Junction Off-Road schedule

By Staff

Today’s print edition of the Daily Sentinel included an incorrect schedule for the upcoming Grand Junction Off-Road mountain bike races and downtown festival. Here’s the correct line-up for all this weekend’s ...


Email letters, May 17, 2016

By Staff

Leaders should ban residential burning and limit time frame for agricultural burning In “You Said It” on Sunday, a writer painted with a broad brush, chastising all opponents of open burning. The writer made erroneous ...


Library’s program bringing talented artists into public eye

By Erin McIntyre

Maybe you thought libraries were about books. Sure, they still have those, but libraries also offer many other resources, including media and online databases, and even free language lesson programs. And now, the library is offering talented ...


Protest showdown looms at Casper hearing on coal leasing

By The AP

CASPER, Wyo. — A showdown is shaping up over the future of Wyoming’s coal industry Tuesday as federal officials look at overhauling the federal coal leasing program and possibly charging more to mine. Pro-coal and anti-coal ...


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