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Man charged in gun cleaning mishap

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man who accidentally discharged a handgun as he was cleaning it, firing a bullet through his wall and inside a neighboring home, was arrested Monday on suspicion of a variety charges related to the incident. Devin James, 22, ...

Party caucuses in GJ set for March 4

By The Daily Sentinel

Both major political parties are preparing their 2014 precinct caucuses around Grand Junction on March 4. According to the Mesa County Democrats, caucuses are a vital part of the democratic process, where registered voters come together to ...

Wright bill would undo some of bail bond reform law

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A bill that would have allowed bail bond issuers to get more business is expected to be watered down in a House committee meeting later today. The measure, which some opponents had dubbed the “give-bail-bonders-anything ...

Blotter, Feb. 20, 2014

By The Daily Sentinel

Arrest after couple fights Kaitlynn Culwell, 24, was arrested Wednesday morning on suspicion of assault. According to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded a report of an assault in the 400 block of Topaz Drive. ...


Local author spreads wealth 
of knowledge on healthy eating

By Dixie Burmeister

“One thing leads to another” sure applies to me this year with this column. First came my informal survey asking what “go to” cookbooks, websites and other sources you use for recipes and culinary questions and ...

Guv: Spend 
weed revenue on deterrence

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper would spend nearly $100 million in marijuana tax revenue on substance abuse treatment and programs to keep pot out of the hands of youth. That, at least, is what the governor is proposing to legislative ...

Biz Buzz, Feb. 20, 2014

By Staff

■ More options for fresh, fast casual food tucked between Home Depot and Pet Smart are now available off Patterson Road near Mesa Mall. Grand Junction’s second Which Wich sandwich shop is now open in the 2400 block of F Road just ...


Exporting Colorado: Exports tick up, attract new money to state

By Greg Ruland

olorado exports ticked up in manufacturing, agriculture and mining last year, increasing overall sales across the state by $400 million compared to 2012, state officials said last week. Colorado’s exports of manufactured, agricultural ...

Business Briefcase, Feb. 20

By Staff

Agribusiness names new board The Rocky Mountain Agribusiness Association named a new board of directors, including Sandra McDonald, who will serve as the 2014 president of the association. McDonald is the first woman to serve as president ...

Public gets its say on proposed oil, gas air rules

By Dennis Webb

Mesa County resident JoAnn Moon described for a state panel Wednesday how she coughs, gets dizzy and suffers burning in her eyes, nose and throat due to smog she attributes to woodstoves, malfunctioning cars and oil and gas ...

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