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Quiet on water

By The Daily Sentinel

As if the stakes weren’t high enough in this presidential election, Coloradans and their neighbors to the south and west will be deciding which administration will grapple with a looming water shortage for the millions of people in the ...

Colorado Mesa soccer teams ready for RMAC tournament

By Patti Arnold

Jason Clare is banking on his team’s youthful exuberance to bubble just enough tonight as the Colorado Mesa women’s soccer team plays in the RMAC tournament for the first time since 2012. “We have fun in the locker room and ...


GJ’s Duncan accomplishes his goals at state XC race

By Dale Shrull

Nicholas Duncan had a simple plan for the Class 5A state cross country championship race last Saturday. Survive the first mile and the infamous uphill, then cruise the next couple of miles and pass as many runners as possible. And the main ...


Fourth-place Ironman finish thrills Hoffman

By Dale Shrull

The night before the Ironman Triathlon World Championships, Ben Hoffman was at peace. Relaxed but pensive as he thought about the race that defines his competitive life. “Of course there are always nerves, but that’s important in ...


Former teacher accused of lewd contact with teen

By Duffy Hayes

A former Central High School teacher appeared in Mesa County court on Tuesday, advised on potential charges of attempted sexual assault on a child for allegedly exchanging numerous lurid messages with a 16-year-old female student at the school ...

Blotter, Nov. 2, 2016

By Staff

Kidnapping charge pending A 26-year-old Grand Junction man appeared in Mesa County court on Tuesday, advised on potential charges including kidnapping, assault and false imprisonment for allegedly forcing a woman to stay in his residence ...

Routt, Peabody resolve tax dispute

By Dennis Webb

Coal company Peabody Energy has wired the Routt County Treasurer’s Office about $1.8 million in 2015 property taxes after apparent resolution of a dispute regarding a $91,647 shortfall in a previous payment. The money has been eagerly ...

BLM receives 
plenty of input
 on Uncompahgre

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management will have plenty of public input to consider following the closure of a comment period on its draft resource management plan for its Uncompahgre Field Office. Much of that input involves decisions that could ...


Smugglers get prison, deportation

By Gabrielle Porter

Two Mexican drug “mules” captured in Mesa County last year with about 40 pounds of methamphetamine in their car face prison time and deportation after pleading guilty to felony counts of drug possession. Carlos Colonel-Quintana, ...


Suspect ignores lawyer’s advice

By Gabrielle Porter

One of the men accused in a triple shooting in Molina last month demanded that prosecutors lay out the basics of their case against him — including a discussion of how his own son had implicated him in the crime — in a hearing ...

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