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Permanent savings would 
benefit future generations

By Staff

The Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District is responsible for collecting and distributing Mesa County’s share of natural gas and oil royalties from federally managed lands. The district believes Mesa County citizens deserve fiscal ...


Rattle snake bites groom, but he makes it to reception

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A Fort Collins groom was bitten by a rattle snake while taking wedding photos at scenic Horsetooth Reservoir. The Coloradoan reports Johnny Benson got immediate help from a Larimer County Park ranger and then was treated ...


Entertainment Calendar: June 24–30

By Staff

FRIDAY, JUNE 24 LITA FORD, with guests Innocence Lost from Utah and Hollow Hearted from Denver, 8 p.m., Mesa Theater, 538 Main St., British-born rocker and founding member of the Runaways, $30, 773-1775, mesatheater.com. SCOOTER BROWN BAND ...


Former Rocky Ford officer testifies in his murder trial

By The AP

LA JUNTA — A former Rocky Ford police officer has testified in the trial in which he is accused of shooting and killing a man he followed into his home. KKTV reports that James Ashby said Monday that events happened very fast the night ...


30 to 40 handguns stolen from suburban Denver gun store

By The AP

LITTLETON — The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office says 30 to 40 handguns were taken in a smash-and-grab burglary at a suburban Denver gun store early Tuesday. KMGH-TV reports that the Littleton store’s surveillance system ...


Ending federal coal would hurt Main Street America

By Special to the Sentinel

Much has been written of late to bury America’s coal industry. The overriding presumption is that coal is no longer needed, soon to be replaced by breakthroughs in renewable power. And although coal still provides 35 percent of total ...


Family: Colorado boy improving after mountain lion attack

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado boy attacked by a mountain lion near Aspen was improving in a Denver hospital after his mother snatched him from the jaws of the wild cat, his family said Monday. “Thank you for your concern,” the unnamed ...


Arvada man accused of setting girlfriend on fire at campsite

By The AP

DENVER — A man is facing criminal charges after being accused of setting his girlfriend on fire at a Clear Creek County campsite, leaving the woman critically injured. The Denver Post reports John Anthony Vasquez was ordered held Monday ...


Welcome to town, Mr. Caton

By The Daily Sentinel

We can’t tell you how good it is to have you here, Greg. A city, like any organization, without a captain is adrift. This place needs your stewardship in the worst way. The city charter in Grand Junction created what’s known as a ...


Printed Letters: June 21, 2016

By Staff

Is Justman truly against subsidies? Some time back, in an op-ed piece in The Daily Sentinel, John Justman – one of our Mesa County Commissioners and a candidate for re-election – wrote a piece entitled, “Free-market policies ...


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