Page 205 of 7775

2 dead in wrong-way crash on Interstate 15

By The AP

ROY, Utah — Authorities say a man who was driving more than 100 mph in the wrong direction on Interstate 15 is dead, and a driver who he hit has also died. Utah Highway Patrol officials say several witnesses called to report the ...

Colorado unemployment in September was 4.7 percent

By The AP

DENVER — State officials say Colorado gained 14,600 jobs in September and the unemployment rate dropped to 4.7 percent. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment said Tuesday most of the gains came from the private sector. The ...

10 Things to know for Tuesday, Oct. 21

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. PISTORIUS SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS IN PRISON   The double-amputee Olympian is handed down the sentence for killing girlfriend Reeva ...


Internet cafés might be flirting with illegal gambling

By Greg Ruland

Grand Junction Internet sweepstakes cafes could be forced to close if local law enforcement determines they actually operate as houses of gambling. Law enforcement officials declined to comment on whether an investigation of the businesses is ...

Trial to start for man accused of dismembering mom

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — A trial is getting underway for a Centennial man accused of poisoning and dismembering his mother after she removed him from her will. Jury selection is expected to start Tuesday in the case of 25-year-old Ari Liggett, who ...

Colorado man pleads guilty to child porn charge

By The AP

PORTLAND, Maine — A Colorado man has pleaded guilty to sending a picture of himself engaged in sexually explicit behavior with a minor to an undercover federal agent in Maine. David William Burkman, of Canon City, Colorado, pleaded ...

Hard to imagine in April 
what our ballots look like now

By Jim Spehar

Who’d a thunk it … way back when all the events leading up to receiving our ballots in the mail were in the initial stages? Steve King was a lock to be our next sheriff, even after failing to win top-line designation at the ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 21, 2014

By Staff

Willett understands job creation relative to this area I agree with The Sentinel editorial board that Brad Webb’s positions on several issues are not difficult to align with and should be supported by both Democrats and Republicans. ...

Brand Junction

By The Daily Sentinel

Jobs. Unemployment. Workforce readiness. Manufacturing. Enterprise zones. Incentives. Living wages. Tax breaks. Candidates for state and local office have touched upon each of these issues as they’ve presented their visions for economic ...


Drug arrests, referral action down at CMU

By Emily Shockley

There were fewer drug-related arrests in 2013 than in 2012 on Colorado Mesa University’s main campus, according to an annual crime and campus security report released this fall. The same report shows an uptick in arrests for suspected ...

Page 205 of 7775


734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Subscribe to print edition
Sign in to your account

© 2014 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy