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Cops: Kelly Myers’ body was stuffed in suitcase; two named ‘persons of interest’

By Paul Shockley

The body of a Grand Junction woman thought to have died in a Utah hotel room was stuffed in a suitcase before being dumped some 300 miles away in Mesa County, a Utah police investigator confirmed today. Kelly Mae Myers, 18, was discovered in ...


5 teens accused in sex assault won’t be charged as adults

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Prosecutors say five teenage boys arrested in the sexual assault of a high school student at an Englewood party will not be charged as adults. Prosecutors made the announcement Tuesday after a sixth suspect, 19-year-old ...


Independence Day parade is still on, with new sponsors

By Staff

After the Downtown Grand Junction Business Improvement District issued a call for new organizers to head up the July 4 parade on Main Street this year, the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra has stepped up to plan the parade. Fidelity Mortgage ...


Email letters, March 24, 2015

By Staff

Bull Mountain plan will benefit the entire region As a health care professional, business owner, rancher, and long-time Western Slope resident, I support responsible, efficient oil and gas development, like the kind being proposed for the ...


Printed letters, March 24, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Although I’m not necessarily against “Tax-Free Colorado,” it’s nave of Senator Ray Scott to call it “the market, instead of government” that will drive it. Not paying taxes by everyone involved in such a ...


North Avenue needs a modern moniker

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Junction is preparing a grant application to the Colorado Department of Local Affairs seeking $600,000 to complete a planned upgrade of North Avenue. It’s a good step and we support the city’s effort to garner funding for ...


Body of missing Fruita man found in Colorado River

By Paul Shockley

The body of a Fruita man, who was reported last month as missing and possibly endangered, was recovered Saturday in the Colorado River near Moab. Zachary Velasquez, 24, was pulled from the Colorado River south of Fish Ford on Saturday ...


No injuries in 2nd train Weld County derailment in 2 days

By The AP

LASALLE — Officials are investigating the second train derailment in Weld County in two days. Three cars on a 31-car Union Pacific train came off the tracks Monday night between Evans and LaSalle near U.S. Highway 85. No one was ...


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Rule gives Grand Junction, Durango more federal court hearings

By Paul Shockley

The federal court system in Colorado has formally adopted new rules aimed at keeping more criminal cases of local interest in Grand Junction. In its “Western Slope protocol” for criminal cases approved March 9, the Denver-based ...


Ute Water working to repair broken waterline

By Melinda Mawdsley

An unknown number of Ute Water Conservancy District customers are without water after an early morning waterline break near 10 Road and R Road. Ute Water spokesman Joe Burtard said an eight-inch waterline broke, and it’s estimated that ...


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