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Colorado theater gunman’s stoic behavior at heart of trial

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — The courtroom where the Colorado theater shooting trial is unfolding is awash with emotion as survivors recount the horrors of dodging gunfire and stumbling over loved ones’ bodies as they fled. But the man tethered ...


Wine lovers attend annual Barrel into Spring tasting event

By Dave Buchanan

As fast as the clouds opened Saturday, so did the wine bottles. Saturday and Sunday marked the first of the two weekends for the annual Barrel into Spring wine tasting hosted by the Grand Valley Winery Association and even a thunderstorm or ...


Man who caused fatal crash sentenced to 6 years in prison

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A man who caused a crash near Fort Collins that killed one of his passengers has been sentenced to six years in prison. The Coloradoan reported Tuesday that 52-year-old Nathaniel Holt was sentenced for the June death of ...


1 dead, 2 injured in northeast Denver shootings

By The AP

DENVER — Denver Police are investigating two potentially gang-related shootings in the Park Hill area that left one dead and two injured. KMGH-TV reports that both shootings happened Tuesday night in northeast Denver. One person was ...


Printed Letters: April 29, 2015

By Staff

Our hunting heritage is under attack by the BLM Our hunting Heritage is under attack by the Bureau of Land Management. Willow Spring Road near De Beque is a great example. The BLM has now titled this Road G142. In 1966, the Colorado Division ...


No bond for Blagg

By The Daily Sentinel

Score one for the prosecution ... and the judge. The prospect that Michael Blagg could be held without bail pending his retrial in connection with his wife’s death seemed remote — especially after the judge in the case expressed ...


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GJ’s offense too much for Fruita in loss

By Matt Meyer

Faceoff after faceoff Tuesday night, Trevor Urban secured possession for the Grand Junction boys lacrosse team. The junior won 20 of 21 faceoffs and spurred the Tigers to a 13-4 victory over Fruita Monument in a Mountain League match at ...


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Diamond joy

By Dale Shrull

Baseball is a simple game, but so many things can still go wrong. After a week of turmoil, Grand Junction came out with a perfect formula for getting back on track. The Tigers’ 10-3 Southwestern League victory Tuesday at Suplizio Field ...


Sports Briefs, April 28, 2015

By Staff

Prep Baseball Central’s Krebill masterful in shutout win Seth Krebill threw a five-hitter as Central defeated Montrose 8-0 Tuesday in a Southwestern League victory that put the Warriors in position to tie Fruita Monument atop the ...


Mesa softball team goes into RMAC tourney confident

By Patti Arnold

It could have been a sullen, somber trip home from Chadron, Nebraska, last weekend after the Colorado Mesa softball team went 0-4, spoiling its goal of defending its RMAC regular-season championship. Instead, the Mavericks cleared the air and ...


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