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Authorities seek assistance in mysterious death of man, 27

By Staff

Investigators are looking for help in a case involving a man who was found dead at the end of a Pear Park driveway. Coye Harper, 27, was found on Apple Blossom Road the night of July 22, and authorities said they did not find obvious injuries ...


Blotter, August 1, 2017

By Staff

Maid accused of burglary A 21-year-old cleaning crew member was arrested Thursday after allegedly being caught on surveillance video trying to unlock a cash box at the business she was cleaning, according to a police report. Marissa Ann ...


Death Notices, August 1, 2017

By Staff

■ Doris Jane Beach, 86, Delta, died July 26, 2017, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. Services will take place at a later date. Survivors include four sons, Wayne T. of Delta, Gary M. of Grand Junction, Chris R. of California and ...


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CMU football at RMAC Kickoff Media Day

By Patti Arnold

CMU football coach Russ Martin and players Dustin Rivas, Blake Nelson, David Tann and Eystin Salum participate in the RMAC’s annual football media day.  ...


Jailbreak: Inmates used peanut butter to fool guard

By The AP

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — A dozen inmates escaped from an Alabama jail by using peanut butter to change the numbers above a door and trick a new employee into opening another door that led outside, a sheriff said Monday. The inmates changed ...


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Cats have many lives, but not quite in lore of old

By Charlé Thibodeau

I moved into town several years ago after living in rural areas for quite some time. While my two feline friends had access to the great outdoors living in the country, I made the decision to keep them safe inside once I relocated to the city. ...


Email Letters: July 31, 2017

By Staff

‘Unsavory selection’ for invocation is the price of freedom It seems every 10 years or so, the face of intolerance rears its ugly head. I recall many years ago a gift of the Ten Commandments was given to the City, and shortly there ...


Satanist says he won’t put on show at council meeting

By Erin McIntyre

The satanist who plans on giving the invocation at Wednesday’s Grand Junction City Council meeting said he’s not looking to “make a mockery” of the invocation and won’t be putting on a show. “I’m not ...


Colorado university using drones to measure soil moisture

By The AP

BOULDER — A University of Colorado Boulder research team says they will be using drones to measure soil moisture at a test irrigation farm in northeast Colorado. Professor Brian Argrow tells the Daily Camera that Project Drought is part ...


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Shannon Lindsay

By Special to the Sentinel

718 Curecanti Circle Area: Redlands List Price: $990,000 Bedrooms: Four Bathrooms: Four Total Square Feet: 4,763
Year Built: 2004, Remodeled in 2016
Lot Size: 2.14 Acres
Garage: Three-Car Oversized Enjoy Colorado National ...


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