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Snowy conditions lead Colorado ski resort to extend season

By The AP

DURANGO — A ski resort in southwestern Colorado has announced its extending its season through April due to snowy conditions. The Durango Herald reports that Purgatory Resort, about 30 miles north of Durango, made the announcement ...


Officers shoot, kill armed man in Westminster

By The AP

DENVER — Officers with an auto-theft task force shot and killed a man they say pointed a weapon at them in Westminster. The Denver Post reports the man, whose name has not been released, was shot just north of the Legacy Ridge Golf ...


Authorities ID 2 teens found dead in rural El Paso County

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Authorities have released the names of two teenagers who were found dead on the shoulder of a rural El Paso County road. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports the bodies of 15-year-old Derek Benjamin Greer and ...


Senate should pass SB40

By The Daily Sentinel

As we observe Sunshine Week, the annual nationwide celebration of access to public information, there’s some good news coming out of Denver. Senate Bill 40, which seeks to modernize the Colorado Open Records Act, passed out of the state ...


Re-elect Taggart

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s no candidate for Grand Junction City Council, in our estimation, with a more holistic approach to governance than Rick Taggart. As a former chief executive officer in the corporate world, Taggart is the ultimate big-picture guy. ...


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Climate change: What’s the worst that can happen?

By Sean Goodbody

Last week, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt denied that carbon dioxide emissions contribute to rising temperatures. President Trump has stated at least half a dozen times that human-caused climate change is a “hoax.” Meanwhile, the ...


Printed Letters, March 15, 2017

By Staff

County should restrict unnecessary burning It was great to see the long overdue restrictions on unnecessary burning of trash and plant material in the city of Grand Junction.  I encourage Mesa County to study and consider taking similar ...


Opinion Time: Who is your pick to win the NCAA Tournament?

By Staff

Patti Arnold Sentinel sports writer It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Wall-to-wall college basketball games when anything can — and will — happen after a season that honestly failed to produce the hands-down ...


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‘Dog-gone good

By Jon Mitchell

The girls soccer team that raised eyebrows with its success in the Class 4A Western Slope League last season isn’t exactly ready to reach for the stars. Not yet, anyway. “We set some goals before the season started,” said ...


After losing two-goal lead, Central rallies for win

By Matt Meyer

In roughly three minutes Tuesday evening, the Central High School girls soccer team saw its 2-0 lead vanish against Delta.
The first goal by the Panthers came on a long chip in the 65th minute that sailed over the Warriors’ keeper. ...


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