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Entertainment calendar: June 27–July 3

By Staff

Dust Stompers, rock/jam from Denver, 9:30 p.m., Cruisers Bar, 715 Horizon Drive, 314-2554. Crippled Kin, 7:30 p.m., Cavalcade, 201 E. Aspen Ave., Fruita, 260-5413,   Jake Skeen, 9 p.m., Naggy McGee’s Irish ...

Memorial dedicated to slain Denver police officer

By The AP

DENVER — Two years after her death, a memorial to a slain Denver police officer now stands in City Park. Officials dedicated the memorial to Celena Hollis on Tuesday. She was shot and killed on June 24, 2102 while trying to break up a ...

Woodland Park mayor accused of touching teen

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Court documents allege that Woodland Park Mayor David Turley inappropriately touched a 17-year-old boy in a hot tub at his home. The 65-year-old was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault on a child last month. The ...

Fire consumes Redlands shed overnight

By Staff

Fire officials with the Grand Junction Fire Department overnight to a fire on South Redlands Road, which is believed to have begun as a weed fire that spread to a nearby shed. The fire, east of 310 South Redlands Rd., was under control ...

Email letters, June 24, 2014

By Staff

Reader seeks to clarify Ludlum’s op-ed regarding oil and gas I read West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association Executive Director David Ludlum’s June 22nd op-ed on Bureau of Land Management oil and natural gas well inspection ...


Volt offers electric efficiency and performance with hybrid ease

By Michael St. Clair

Ever since I drove my first hybrid in 2003, I’ve been intrigued by the possibilities of electric vehicles and hybrids, the chief adantages of which are the ability to utilize energy from a cheaper, cleaner source, as well as to convert a ...

New Mexico woman’s body recovered from Lake Powell

By The AP

PAGE, Ariz. — The body of a 41-year-old woman who went missing over the weekend has been recovered from Lake Powell. Spokeswoman Denise Shultz of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area says the body was taken from the water near Lone ...

Mesa Verde wants help reducing traffic, crowds

By The AP

CORTEZ — Officials at Mesa Verde National Park are asking the public for help handling crowds and traffic in the park. They’re taking comment through July 14 for a new transportation plan. Deputy superintendent Bill Nelligan told ...


1409 Pony Trail Court, Fruita

By Special to the Sentinel

Area: Fruita List Price: $799,000 Bedrooms: Four Bathrooms: Four Total Square Feet: 3,722 Year Built: 2002 Lot Size: 3.43 Garage: Three Car   Country charm, warmth and traditional elegance.  
3.4 acres, matchless all brick ...


Rare horse property offers a gorgeous view, opportunity 
for equine business or play

By Penny Stine

Sometimes when someone calls a piece of real estate a potential horse property, that might mean there’s an acre or so that could be fenced and a place for a barn that could be built. That’s not the case for our unique property at ...

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