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Breckenridge man missing after surviving crash

By The AP

BRECKENRIDGE — A Breckenridge man who drove his car into Dillon Reservoir and swam to safety with only minor injuries has gone missing, and family members say the 27-year-old has bipolar disorder and may be hitchhiking. Jack McAtee went ...


Nearly 1000 line up for free marijuana

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A marijuana giveaway for veterans attracted about 1,000 people to a Colorado hotel. The “Grow 4 Vets” giveaway in Colorado Springs aimed to bring cannabis-based treatments to veterans with service-related ...


Rewriting history

By The Daily Sentinel

Former Congressman Scott McInnis says he “didn’t plagiarize, period” when he was asked during a recent editorial board meeting about the scandal that ended his bid for governor four years ago. We bring this up, not to delve ...


Sue Tuffin: A dedicated public servant who made a difference

By Guest Columnist

By Tracey Garchar Humanitarian. Visionary. Leader. Mentor. These are but a few of the words that come to mind as we try to describe Sue Tuffin’s impact on Mesa County and the entire state of Colorado. After 15 dedicated ...


The Avalon Theatre comes of age

By Guest Columnist

By Ron Wilson My company, Sandstone Concerts, has been steadily producing world renowned acts in the Avalon Theatre since it re-opened in the early 1990s. The list of those performers is too long to list here but includes such notables as ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 28, 2014

By Staff

Casinos and marijuana are equally bad ideas I can’t believe that Duke Wortmann and our Chamber of Commerce have been so taken in by gambling big shots from the East Coast. Casinos are closing in Atlantic City and other places, so they ...


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Choosing between repairing or rebuilding adds to Airport Authority pressures

By Gary Harmon

While officials at Grand Junction Regional Airport have been focused on what to do with a half-built administration building, the fate of the existing terminal has spiraled in a holding pattern. The original idea behind the administration ...


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DIY fall wreath-making a decor success

By Melinda Mawdsley

Fall wreaths hang outside many homes this time of year, serving as an invitation to come inside for freshly baked pumpkin bread and a cup of chai. Or so I’m guessing. As the non-crafty, non-baking member of The Daily Sentinel’s ...


Help your pet have a smoother ride in the car

By Charlé Thibodeau

I   heard the barking from several blocks away. The clamor became increasingly louder as a black SUV came into view with a very large dog happily bellowing out of an open window. As the vehicle drew nearer, I heard the driver yell, ...


Local pastor attends Climate March

By Emily Shockley

Amid the chaos and cacophony of hundreds of thousands of people crowding the streets of Manhattan, Grand Junction Koinonia Pastor Rick MacArthur spied a group of Buddhists curled up in a seated yoga position, silently meditating. Although ...


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