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Email letters, April 20, 2016

By Staff

Grand Junction behind the times in establishing non-agricultural open burning ban As a physician on the front lines of treating patients with asthma and other chronic lung diseases, I strongly support a city-wide non-agricultural open ...


041916 runaway Lee for web

UPDATE: Runaway found, is safe at home

By Staff

A 13-year-old runaway from Eckert has been found and is safe at home, Delta police announced this morning. Police issued a bulletin on Tuesday looking for information on the whereabouts of Braden Garrett Lee of Eckert, who had been missing ...


Oklahoma man pleads guilty to harassing teen girls in Aspen

By The AP

ASPEN — An Oklahoma man has pleaded guilty to harassing two teen girls in Aspen and seriously injuring a boy while running from police. The Aspen Times reports that 23-year-old Stephen Moore entered guilty pleas Monday to child abuse, ...


Banking woes easing for some legal pot businesses

By The AP

SALEM, Ore. — In a once-empty office in Oregon’s Department of Revenue headquarters, officials have installed a mini-fortress. Recently hired workers sit behind bulletproof glass at a window inaccessible to the public. Police ...


Palestinian sister-city proposal stirs rancor in Colorado

By The AP

BOULDER — This peaceful university town is 7,000 miles from the violence of the Middle East, but a proposal to become sister cities with a Palestinian community has stirred such rancor that the City Council is trying to negotiate a truce ...


Printed Letters: April 20, 2016

By Staff

Water resources not to be used as political game Something is not right. House Bill 16-1337 passed the House on April 1 with a 60 to 5 margin. This should have been introduced in the Senate a few days later. As of April 14, it has not yet been ...


‘Coal rolling’ is juvenile and illegal

By Claudette Konola

Have you seen the big diesel trucks that blow a cloud of thick black smoke? They don’t need a tune-up; they need a grown-up owner. These vehicles have been deliberately modified, at costs ranging from $200 to $5,000, for the sole purpose ...


Support the completion of Monument corridor

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction City Council will debate tonight whether to pursue a federal grant to improve the corridor between the Riverfront Trail and the east entrance to Colorado National Monument. It’s a sterling opportunity realize a dream ...


Prep baseball scores, April 19, 2016

By Staff

Central 15, Grand Junction 5 Tuesday at Stocker Stadium Grand Junction 001 04 —    5 5 4 Central 301 38 — 15 14 1 WP — Trey Garcia, 5 IP, 5 H, 5 R, 4 ER, 3 BB, 3 K. LP — Kaden Heinsma, 3 1/3 IP, 7 H, 6 ...


Prep girls tennis results, April 19, 2016

By Staff

Fruita Monument 5, Grand Junction 2 Tuesday at Canyon View Park Singles No. 1 — Sarah Fleming, FM, def. Carolena Campon, 6-2, 6-0; No. 2 — Tayvia Voytilla, FM, def. Sarah Megan Erb 6-4, 7-6 (2); No. 3 — Isabel Manzanares, ...


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