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Blotter, May 16, 2016

By Staff

Cops look for tool thieves Crime Stoppers is asking for public help identifying the people who stole a Bosch 2-Tool Cordless Combo Kit with a 12-volt max drill and impact driver valued at more than $150 shortly before 12:45 p.m., April 12 ...


Governor gets earful on schools, LA flights

By Gary Harmon

The lack of science, technology, engineering and math curricula in School District 51 kept one company from hiring a star applicant, one business owner told Colorado Gov John Hickenlooper on Sunday. A direct Los Angeles flight, meanwhile, ...


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Big wheel in town: Hickenlooper visits valley

By Melinda Mawdsley

Gov. John Hickenlooper stepped out of an unmarked, black Chevrolet wearing black shorts and a Colorado bike jersey and asked emphatically, “Are we ready?” Hickenlooper was in Mesa County for a less-than-traditional visit Sunday. ...


Briefs, May 16, 2016

By Staff

Judge to celebrate 100th birthday Friends of former Mesa County Judge Harold Moss are gathering birthday cards in observance of his 100th birthday on May 31. Moss, who now lives in Parker, moved to Grand Junction in 1942 as the FBI’s ...


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Job gets a bit safer for K9 cop

By Gabrielle Porter

A donation that will provide a bullet- and stab-protective vest for one of the Grand Junction Police Department’s two police dogs has handler Trevor Hawkins pleased. Massachusetts-based nonprofit Vested Interest in K9s Inc., donated ...


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GJ photographer to shoot for National Geographic

By Melinda Mawdsley

Grand Junction photographer Donna Fullerton will join 14 other photographers this month on an exclusive National Geographic photo walk through Yellowstone National Park to celebrate the National Park Service’s centennial ...


Five years in a row, Daily Sentinel wins General Excellence

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel staff earned top-level recognition by their newspaper peers for the fifth year in a row Saturday in Denver, with the paper winning the Colorado Press Association’s first-place award for General Excellence in the fields ...


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Vietnam vet didn’t receive proper care for hepatitis

By Katie Langford

Vietnam War veteran Rodger Holmes did not receive adequate follow-up care at the Grand Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center for his advanced case of hepatitis C, according to a report by the Office of Inspector General released last week. ...


Volunteers to go on ‘patrol’ for Utah petroglyphs

By The AP

ST. GEORGE, Utah — Residents in southwestern Utah are standing watch over some of the area’s most ancient rock art sites. The Spectrum newspaper in St. George reports that “Petroglyph Patrol” volunteers will be at ...


Girl, 4, killed in fire at suburban Denver group home

By The AP

ARVADA — Authorities say a 4-year-old girl was one of two people killed in a fire at a suburban Denver group home. Jefferson County Deputy Coroner John Cline said Sunday the girl and a 39-year-old woman died in the Saturday morning ...


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