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Delta PD on lookout for missing man

By Staff

The Delta Police Department announced that they took a report yesterday of a missing person — 68-year-old Zacharias E. McEwen from Cedaredge, who allegedly walked away from an adult day care facility near 14th and Howard streets ...


10 Things to know for Thursday, June 19

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. MILITANTS FLY BLACK FLAGS OVER IRAQ REFINERY   Meanwhile, Baghdad has asked the U.S. to launch airstrikes to beat back insurgents ...


Colo. man admits to having cocaine on plane

By The AP

BATON ROUGE, La. — A 55-year-old Colorado man has admitted in federal court that he planned to distribute the nearly 72 pounds of cocaine found last fall aboard his private airplane at a Baton Rouge, Louisiana, airport. The Advocate ...


No charges for stepdad who mistakenly shot teen

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A grand jury has decided that a man who mistook his stepdaughter for a burglar when he shot and killed her at their Colorado Springs home should not face criminal charges. The Gazette reports Daniel Meade, a decorated ...


Former liquor store manager must repay $250K

By The AP

VAIL — A man accused of stealing at least a quarter of a million dollars while managing a Vail liquor store has been given a deferred prison sentence and must repay the money. The Vail Daily reported Wednesday that Robert ...


Sentencing set for ex-sheriff in meth-for-sex case

By The AP

DENVER — When a revered former Colorado sheriff pleaded guilty to plying young men with methamphetamine in exchange for sexual favors two years ago, his colleagues were stunned. But when a judge spared him prison time, ordering ...


Printed Letters: June 19, 2014

By Staff

Western Colorado has no advocate in D.C. Scott Tipton may be very nervous these days after a relative unknown beat Eric Cantor in a Virginia primary. Tipton has a primary opponent too, also not well known. The bland party operative has spent ...


Trust is a two-way street

By Rick Wagner

While timing may not be everything, it certainly is crucial and sometimes revealing. That’s how I approach the timing of the National Park Service’s decision last week to prohibit the transportation of fuels to the Glade Park ...


Find a way to pay airport contractors

By The Daily Sentinel

In a pickle. Stuck between a rock and hard place. Caught in a Catch-22. There’s no shortage of colorful expressions to describe the tricky situation the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority finds itself in. But it needs to get ...


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Nine-run 5th lifts GJ Rox to big win

By Staff

The Grand Junction Rockies scored nine runs in the fifth inning Wednesday night and got six shutout innings from starting pitcher Carlos Polanco to defeat Ogden 14-3 at Ogden, Utah. Polanco had a no-hitter through five innings and finally ...


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