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Hot, dry conditions in GJ spark worries about fire

By Mike Wiggins

Hot temperatures, dry conditions and gusty winds have prompted the National Weather Service in Grand Junction issued a red flag warning for today and a fire weather watch for Thursday, as a number of factors are lining up to create potentially ...


Grand jury indicts 4 for fraud

By Staff

Four Colorado men face at least 25 years each in connection with schemes in which they sought to defraud banks and the U.S. government of more than $29 million, according to indictments announced on Wednesday. A Grand Junction grand jury ...


Police to close Seventh and North this afternoon

By Staff

Grand Junction police will briefly close the intersection of Seventh Street and North Avenue this afternoon to conduct speed tests, presumably related to a fatal accident that occurred there last week. The intersection will be closed between ...


Texas-based Hastings Entertainment in Chapter 11 bankruptcy

By The AP

AMARILLO, Texas — Texas-based Hastings Entertainment Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Company officials say the reorganization filing includes its parent company, Draw Another Circle, and sister brands Movie Stop and ...


Email letters, June 15, 2016

By Staff

Who will bail us out when we shut down coal-fired power plants? I would like to offer my American friends a preview of what may happen if you shut down your coal-fired power plants. Ontario was once an industrial powerhouse and the home of ...


Colorado squatter charged with taking over public cabin

By The AP

DENVER — A man is facing charges on allegations that he charged cross-country skiers to stay in a cabin near Berthoud Pass in Clear Creek County that he didn’t own. The Denver Post reports that Christian “Moe” Rison ...


No. 2 VA official visits Denver veterans hospital work site

By The AP

AURORA — The No. 2 official in the Veterans Affairs Department is making another visit to the site of the budget-busting VA hospital outside Denver. VA Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson will meet with contractors and department officials ...


Confiscating 8 million assault weapons is as impractical as banning Muslims

By Claudette Konola

Like most of America, I was horrified when I learned of the shooting in Orlando. Fifty Americans lost their lives (including the shooter), another 53 were wounded, and countless more had their lives unalterably impacted — mothers, ...


Printed Letters: June 15, 2016

By Staff

Defense spending is a balancing act How much should be spent on national defense is always a matter for debate in a presidential election. Government spending is often inefficient and that applies to defense spending as well. Conservatives are ...


Love thy neighbor

By The Daily Sentinel

The depth of the tragedy surrounding the Orlando nightclub massacre goes beyond the numbers of the dead and wounded. When something like this happens, the reaction is swift. People point fingers in an attempt to establish a cause and effect ...


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