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Putin calls for peace in Ukraine after plane crash

By The AP

ROZSYPNE, Ukraine — Emergency workers, police officers and even off-duty coal miners — dressed in overalls and covered in soot — spread out Friday across the sunflower fields and villages of eastern Ukraine, searching the ...


Oprah lawsuit over trail access dismissed

By The AP

TELLURIDE — A lawsuit accusing Oprah Winfrey of allegedly blocking access to hiking trails near her property above Telluride, Colorado, has been dismissed. The Telluride Daily Planet reports that a judge dismissed the case from San ...


Denver applies to shelter immigrant children

By The AP

DENVER — The city of Denver is asking to house some immigrant children who have overwhelmed border facilities in recent months. Denver Human Services has requested federal grant money to house some of the unaccompanied minors, KUSA-TV ...


SD authorities to resume search for Colorado woman

By The AP

RAPID CITY, S.D. — Authorities in western South Dakota say they will resume search efforts for a 24-year-old Colorado woman that was caught in flood waters while driving last month in northern Butte County. The Rapid City Journal ...


Colorado wheat booming, but rain slowing harvest

By The AP

STERLING — Rainy weather on the Eastern Plains is slowing this year’s wheat harvest. But the harvest is almost double what it was last year. The (Sterling) Journal-Advocate reports that northeast Colorado farmers have lately seen ...


Printed Letters: July 18, 2014

By Staff

Paonia doesn’t want marijuana business In the Sunday edition of The Daily Sentinel, Andreas Mink wrote a commentary referencing Paonia and the North Fork becoming the Champagne region of cannabis. Mink is a contributor to the Writers on ...


Frying pan or the fire

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority can’t win. If it refuses to pay bills arising from a controversial building project, local businesses suffer. If it pays the bills, critics cry malfeasance. Something had to give. On ...


Bear-ly worth considering

By The Daily Sentinel

Grizzlies in Colorado? Sounds good ... until someone gets mauled. And if the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service moves grizzlies to Colorado, a mauling is not a question of if, but when. The Center for Biological Diversity contends that Colorado ...


Deadline near 
for free meals 
in District 51


By Emily Shockley

School District 51 families who meet income criteria can register online now at http://www.applyforlunch.com to receive free or reduced price school meals during the 2014-15 school year. Applications are available in paper form as well at the ...


Feds seize third truck in probe of airport

By Gary Harmon

Federal officials have seized a third pickup truck in the investigation that came to light with an FBI raid last year at the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority offices. A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Denver ...


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