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Printed Letters: June 16, 2016

By Staff

Davis will truly turn Mesa County around I hope all of you Republicans got your ballots last week. Are they still sitting on your desk or counter top? Well, if you are as concerned about our community and country as I am, you need to cast ...

We’re asking the wrong questions about Orlando shooter’s motives

By Rick Wagner

Much has been written about the Orlando nightclub shooting, but there are some things that don’t seem to be as widely circulated that might help our understanding and increase prevention. No matter how politically correct commentators ...

Smart move to leave ‘the hunt in hunting’

By The Daily Sentinel

In adopting a new fair-chase policy, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is trying to stay a step ahead of technology. That’s important for two reasons. The first addresses the ethics of hunting. It’s a longstanding ...


The day the music died?

By Erin McIntyre

Fans of the Grand Junction Centennial Band were disappointed to discover it wouldn’t be hosting free concerts in Grand Junction city parks this summer, news that was not music to their ears. The 75-person band, which is well-known for ...

Local golf agate, June 15, 2016

By Staff

Hole in One Sandy Brubaker, June 9 at Chipeta Golf Course. No. 10, a 110-yard, par-3, with a 9-wood. Witnesses: Norma Vendegna, Joe Burns, Eloy Vendgna, Chris Brubaker. Double Eagle Gary Holland, June 15 at Lincoln Park Golf Course. No. ...

Local running agate, June 15, 2016

By Staff

Children With Hope Saturday, June 11 MALE 5K 1. Nolan Pflug, 18:00; 2. Dalton Hawaway, 18:00; 3. Talon Berta, 18:08; 4. Sam Floyd, 18:08; 5. Bryan Whitesides, 19:32; 6. Seth Witesides, 19:53; 7. Seth Rickard, 20:25; 8. Evan Arcand, 20:31; ...

Timeout, June 15, 2016

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event to 970-244-8578, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += ...


Man found guilty in machete slaying

By Dennis Webb

A jury has found a Carbondale man guilty of first-degree murder after deliberation in last year’s attack with a machete on his common-law wife, which he confessed to while being treated at St. Mary’s Hospital. Arturo ...


Teen slaying suspect
 will have case moved
 to Larimer County

By Gabrielle Porter

The Berthoud teenager accused in the slaying of his ex-girlfriend will be prosecuted in Larimer County, after his initial arrest by law enforcement in Mesa County on Friday. Tanner Flores, 18, is currently held without bond on suspicion of ...


City adds parcel to Matchett tract

By Amy Hamilton

The city of Grand Junction will have a little more wiggle room at Matchett Park now that it has purchased a 14-acre parcel from School District 51. The Grand Junction City Council during its Wednesday night meeting formally ratified a ...

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