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UPDATE: Missing Grand Mesa hikers found

By Staff

A mother and two daughters who were missing on Grand Mesa have been found in a home west of Cederedge off George Creek Road, according to scanner traffic. Mesa County Sheriff’s Office and volunteer search and rescue teams had been ...

Email Letters: August 4, 2017

By Staff

Why would we rely on preachers to provide ‘wisdom’ to City Council? Belief in magical invisible characters who live in the sky must inevitably cause many logical problems that lead to awkward and embarrassing conclusions. For ...

EPA chief expected to tour mine where agency triggered spill

By The Associated Press

SILVERTON — Colorado officials expect the head of the Environmental Protection Agency to join them on a tour of an old gold mine where the EPA inadvertently triggered a spill of 3 million gallons of tainted wastewater. The tour is ...

Body in Denver elevator shaft identified as 82-year-old man

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Officials say the body found in an elevator shaft in a Denver apartment complex was an 82-year-old man who went missing in early July. The Denver Post reports ( ) the building manager alerted the Denver ...

Printed Letters: August 4, 2017

By Staff

Council shouldn’t have taken the devil’s bait Saint Ambrose of Milan said: “The devil’s snare does not catch you, unless you are first caught by the devil’s bait.” It is unfortunate that the City Council ...


This one cannot be ignored

By Greg Walcher

Colorado’s late great Sen. Bill Armstrong was known for taking days or even weeks to “think about” an issue, without ever reaching a decision on something his staff (including me) thought hyper-urgent. Often it turned out to ...

The acceleration 
of momentum

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado River bottomlands in the Grand Valley have slowly but steadily been transformed into a “String of Pearls” over the past 30 years thanks to the Grand Junction Lions Club, the Colorado Riverfront Commission and Great ...


Two valley hospitals forge alliance

By Joe Vaccarelli

Two of the Grand Valley’s busiest hospitals have entered into a partnership in an effort to provide better long-term care and less cost to patients who could be in the hospital for months at a time. Grand Junction’s St. ...

Man accused of attack on disabled brother, assaulting his mother

By Gabrielle Porter

A Clifton man accused of brutally beating his developmentally disabled brother Tuesday night and attacking their mother when she tried to intervene could face felony charges of assault, false imprisonment and tampering. Mesa County ...

Two named to US energy regulatory board

By Staff

The U.S. Senate on Thursday approved two of President Donald Trump’s nominees to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, clearing the way for the commission to conduct business. The nominations of Neil Chatterjee, an aide to Senate ...

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