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Blotter, Nov. 5, 2016

By Staff

Drugs, eluding cops alleged A man who fled law enforcement twice on Wednesday was in court Friday, advised on possible charges of drug possession, resisting arrest and obstructing a peace officer. Miguel Pasillas, 27, allegedly ran from ...

Death notices, Nov. 5, 2016

By Staff

■ Joyce Allen, 82, Fruita, died Nov. 4, 2016, at HopeWest and Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Martin Mortuary. She was a homemaker. Survivors include two sons, James Edward of Raton, New Mexico, and Billy ...

Getting it Right, Nov. 5, 2016

By Staff

A story on page 1A Monday should have said that a woman suffered minor injuries during the chase, crash and subsequent arrest of James Main Jr. on Sunday.  ...


Comedian with local ties hits the trail for film spoof

By Erin McIntyre

Not many folks can say they’ve been kicked out of dozens of political rallies for accusing Donald Trump of being boring, demanding that Jeb Bush pay them for filling seats, or attempting to exorcise Ted Cruz. But Grand Junction native ...

Email Letters: November 4, 2016

By Staff

As citizens of this great country we need to respect each other My neighbors and I get along pretty darn well. Several are Democrats; several are Republicans. We don’t mud sling, argue, or bicker like the two candidates for president ...

Police believe nationally known con man fled from shack

By The AP

DENVER — A longtime con man most famous for entering Princeton University in the late 1980s by posing as a self-taught ranch hand has been arrested in Aspen, where he had been squatting in an illegally built shack on the side of a ski ...

Man linked to bomb try near Colorado police station indicted

By The AP

DENVER — A man suspected of leaving a backpack bomb outside a police station in a small Colorado mountain town has been indicted by a federal grand jury. The U.S. attorney for Colorado and the FBI announced late Wednesday that ...

A series for the ages

By The Daily Sentinel

“America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It’s been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt, and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. ... It reminds us of all that once was good, and what could be ...

Printed Letters: November 4, 2016

By Staff

Fiber remains most promising technology I’m thankful The Daily Sentinel continues to shine a spotlight on the broadband issues facing our community. I am, however, disappointed with the editorial this Sunday titled “Broadband? ...

Good Samaritan, bad Samaritan

By Greg Walcher

America’s most influential liberal think tank just published a report advocating reversal of decades-old environmental mitigation policy. It calls for mitigation not by those responsible, but simply by those with deep enough ...

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