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Update: Deputies work afternoon shooting case

By Amy Hamilton

Mesa County Sheriff’s Office deputies are piecing together the circumstances surrounding a shooting that occurred just before 2:30 p.m. this afternoon. Deputies were alerted to a man with a gunshot wound to the chest who has being ...


Central, Fruita in 4A football playoffs, Palisade seeded third in 3A

By Staff

Just one season after playing at the Class 3A level, Central played its way into the Class 4A football playoffs. The Warriors, with their explosive spread offense under coach Shawn Marsh, was given the 15th seed announced by the Colorado High ...


Delta reaches 3A state volleyball tournament

By Staff

Emily Baier racked up 41 kills in two matches for Delta High School, which picked up a pair of four-set victories against Kent Denver and St. Mary’s on Friday night to win the Class 3A Region 10 tournament in Colorado Springs and earn a ...


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Aspen dam ideas alarm activists, residents

By Dennis Webb

To people ranging from conservationists to Aspen residents such as Ruth Harrison, it’s hard to conceive that her city would consider building reservoirs up the Castle and Maroon Creek valleys, one of them within view of the iconic Maroon ...


Printed Letters: November 6, 2016

By Staff

We need to respect our fellow citizens My neighbors and I get along pretty darn well. Several are Democrats; several are Republicans. We don’t mud sling, argue, or bicker like the two candidates for president. We strive to live in ...


Amendment 71 protects our Constitution, which protects us

By Guest Columnist

In an election season that will surely go down as one of the most uninspiring in our nation’s history, there is a glimmer of good news and important progress happening in Colorado. Voters from around the state of Colorado are rallying ...


Blank check spending doesn’t belong in Constitution

By Guest Columnist

This election, voters will decide whether to pass Amendment 72, a poorly-drafted measure that would lock $315 million in new spending into the Colorado Constitution. This measure would harm local businesses while dedicating less than 20 ...


Denying the costs of coal regulation

By Guest Columnist

In a recent Facebook interview, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy acknowledged the obvious—that she supports the Environmental Left’s “Keep it in the Ground” policy. In an online “Mashable” discussion with ...


City council takes long road on street repairs

By The Daily Sentinel

There are two ways of looking at the Grand Junction City Council’s quandary to fund street improvements. First, some background. The city needs to invest $6.6 million in the city’s streets in the next five years to get its ...


Train to Hunt regional, national event coming in summer

By Staff

Train to Hunt is coming to Powderhorn Mountain Resort. The Greater Grand Junction Sports Commission recently announced that the Train to Hunt regional qualifier and national competition will be held at Powderhorn next summer. The regional ...


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