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Clinton reinforces value of outdoors

By The Daily Sentinel

With the release of a six-point plan focused on the outdoors, Hillary Clinton has highlighted issues that should resonate in Colorado and throughout the American West while simultaneously charting an expansive course for economic ...

Get off my lawn

By Greg Walcher

There was a time when the rules of congressional courtesy forbid congressmen from introducing bills affecting another congressman’s district without a very specific agreement between the two. The standard was simple: “you take care ...

Printed Letters: June 17, 2016

By Staff

Centennial Band should hold fundraiser I read the article about the lack of funding for the Centennial Band and at first felt disheartened. Then it occurred to me, why don’t they hold a fundraiser? With the article in the paper, and the ...


Brandon Lovett, 19, dies after car-surfing

By Erin McIntyre

Brandon Lovett was the kind of guy who lived life to the fullest and was known for doing some pretty crazy stunts. The 19-year-old man was a risk-taker who always bounced back, even after trips to the emergency room for injuries from jumping ...

Careless driver 
in fatal incident 
gets ‘diversion’

By Dennis Webb

A teenager who was driving when his friend fell off the hood of a car in Rifle and suffered fatal injuries will participate in a diversion program that will allow the charge against him to be dropped, despite a judge’s reservations about ...

‘Sovereign citizen’ links being explored in fraud indictment

By Gabrielle Porter

One of four men indicted by a Grand Junction grand jury earlier this month has pleaded not guilty to 17 counts of filing false claims, bank fraud and writing false checks, and is scheduled to be tried by a federal jury in November. Peter ...

Health costs are cause for dismay

By Amy Hamilton

Runaway health care costs are crippling consumers and may make the cost of providing care even higher in the future if patients choose not to carry coverage at all. That theory from Rachel Richards, a Pitkin County commissioner, was one of ...


Under development

By Patti Arnold

Year Five of the Grand Junction Rockies brings a new manager and hitting coach, Sunday night games and a bumper crop of fresh-faced baseball players beginning their careers. Colorado native Frank Gonzales takes over for Anthony Sanders, now ...


The arms race

By Patti Arnold

Even before Riley Pint, the Colorado Rockies’ first-round draft pick, signed, Grand Junction pitching coach Ryan Kibler liked the look of his staff. “We do have some depth; we will have some depth once I get these guys cranked ...

Albuquerque baseball team rallies past Gene Taylor’s

By Staff

American Legion Baseball Albuquerque club rallies past Taylor’s Tyson Zanski finished 3 for 3 and drove in four runs Thursday for Gene Taylor’s, which lost to the Albuquerque Baseball Academy 8-5 at Runyon Sports Complex on the ...

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