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Teen arrested in connection with GJ woman’s death

By Gabrielle Porter

A 14-year-old girl has been arrested in connection with the death of a 61-year-old woman found dead in her home Monday afternoon. Stephanie Hauck, who was arrested Wednesday, faces charges of manslaughter and second-degree assault with a ...


AP Exclusive: DHS weighed Nat Guard for immigration roundups

By The AP

The Trump administration considered a proposal to mobilize as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants, including millions living nowhere near the Mexico border, according to a draft memo obtained by The ...


Email Letters: February 17, 2017

By Staff

Dead trees on BLM and national forest lands are a disgrace The hundreds of millions of dead trees on BLM and national forest lands are an utter disgrace. Blame it on warm winters if they please, but the plain truth is, that the hundreds of ...


Denver residents voice disapproval of I-70 expansion project

By The AP

DENVER — Residents who oppose a $1.2 billion project to widen Interstate 70 through northeast Denver say they will continue to fight the project despite the fact that it has gained federal approval. The Denver Post reports that a ...


Denver schools OKs resolution protecting immigrant students

By The AP

DENVER — Denver’s school board has passed a resolution aimed at protecting students who might be affected by President Trump’s efforts to strengthen immigration policy. Board members Lisa Flores and Rachele Espiritu ...


CU chancellor speaks on assault case against ex-coach

By The AP

BOULDER — University of Colorado Chancellor Phil DiStefano says he didn’t report domestic violence allegations against an assistant football coach because he didn’t think he had to based on his understanding of university ...


A half-witted attack

By The Daily Sentinel

A Democratic Latino lawmaker in the Colorado Legislature is a harsh critic of a proposed bill that would make public officials liable for promoting sanctuary policies if people living in their jurisdictions without legal permission — ...


Printed Letters: February 17, 2017

By Staff

Urge commissioners to opt into C-PACE Recently there has been a lot of discussion in our community about saying yes to new ideas in order to diversify our economy. I would like to encourage members of our community to review the Colorado ...


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I’m not doing this for you

By Greg Walcher

It has been said that capitalism works for a very simple reason — people can be counted on to do what is in their own interest. That has been the basis of human interaction since the beginning of time. One villager would catch fish and ...


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24-7 post office ends

By Erin McIntyre

Officials will no longer allow 24-hour access to Grand Junction’s downtown post office, after continual problems involving vagrants sleeping in the lobby, vandalism and assaults created safety concerns for patrons and the mail ...


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