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Grand Junction’s Sister City

By Special to the Sentinel

Each day through Aug. 3, The Daily Sentinel will feature an article written by a member of a group of residents affiliated with the Grand Junction-based Foundation for Cultural Exchange that is traveling through El Salvador. The group’s ...

Trio of Broncos bounce back after missing 2013

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The Three Amigos in Denver Broncos lore were all wide receivers: Vance Johnson, Mark Jackson and Ricky Nattiel. The modern version consists of safety Quinton Carter, defensive end Quanterus Smith and linebacker Lerentee ...

Man gets just over 2 years for killing kitten

By The AP

PUEBLO — A man who killed a kitten and sent a video of the slaying to his estranged girlfriend has been sentenced to just over two years in prison. Robert Heckmann was sentenced in Pueblo on Monday to 27 months behind bars after ...

Email letters, July 29, 2014

By Staff

Republicans would deprive people of access to affordable health care Sentinel readers contemplating the forthcoming Congressional election should consider Tuesday’s AP report:  “Medicare health better; spending on care ...

10 Things to know for Tuesday, July 29

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. ISRAEL-HAMAS WAR ENTERS FOURTH WEEK — DURATION, DEATHS MATCH FIRST CONFLICT   Heaviest bombardment in Gaza yet as Israeli ...

Record rainfall in GJ; more on the way

By Mike Wiggins

Grand Junction set a record for rainfall for the date before the sun came up today, and more precipitation is likely on the way. Nearly all of Colorado and most of eastern Utah is under a flash flood watch today, as another round of ...

Heavy rain forecast for much of Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Heavy rain is forecast for much of Colorado Tuesday, raising the risk of flooding. The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for nearly the whole state. It says a strong storm system mixing with typical summer ...

Advocates line up to discuss EPA clean air rules

By The AP

DENVER — Hundreds of people will tell the Environmental Protection Agency what they think of proposed rules to cut pollution from power plants during public hearings Tuesday and Wednesday in Denver. With just five minutes each to make ...

Printed Letters: July 29, 2014

By Staff

Partnership for Children provides important tools In 2014, with help from partners and supporters, the local early childhood collaboration called the Partnership for Children and Families created an Internet-based family resource guide ...

Officer’s hiring raises troubling questions

By The Daily Sentinel

The family of a Redlands man who was killed by a Colorado State Patrol trooper is upset that one of the officers charged in connection with the fatal shooting has reportedly been hired as a police officer in the Denver area. We share the ...

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