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Poaching conviction affirms faith in system

By The Daily Sentinel

The shameful revelation that U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees participated in the unlawful bagging of a trophy bull elk on the Roan Plateau is troubling to say the least, but the dogged pursuit of the case sends a reassuring message ...


The seams of the American experience are pulling apart

By Rick Wagner

That sound you are hearing is the seams of the American experience pulling apart. Like an overweight bowler in 10-year-old slacks, the pressure has just become too much and something has to give. Obviously, there have been a number of recent ...


Printed Letters: July 14, 2016

By Staff

Billboards deface valley’s natural beauty The grant to Mesa County from the state Department of Local Affairs to develop highway signs to give a positive identity to Mesa County presents a good opportunity to focus on the out-of-control ...


Wall of Faces finds all photos on Colorado list

By Charles Ashby

It’s taken her years, but a Hawaii woman looking for photographs of all 626 Colorado men killed in the Vietnam War said all the photos have been found. As of Monday, those photographs, and biographical information about each, are now ...


Rep. Tipton to host discussion about opioid abuse

By Staff

Congressman Scott Tipton will be holding a roundtable discussion in Grand Junction on Wednesday to discuss federal, state and local efforts to combat opioid abuse. The meeting is from 8:30-10 a.m. at the Old County Courthouse in the annex ...


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Suspect in child sex assault turns self in

By Gabrielle Porter

A Mesa County man accused of sexually assaulting a child repeatedly during a seven-month span last year and who is facing dozens of felony charges in the case turned himself in to authorities Tuesday, according to his attorney. Ronald Bert ...


Briefs, July 14, 2016

By Staff

Rifle repairs water line, ends restrictions The city of Rifle on Wednesday lifted weeks-long water restrictions after the completion of repairs. The city had barred outdoor water use June 1 due a break in the pipe delivering water from ...


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Fire guts home near Whitewater

By Amy Hamilton

Dennis Hybarger was in disbelief as he watched his Whitewater home being consumed by flames. “I don’t know what I’m gonna do,” he said, and then immediately said it again, a little slower and quieter. Hybarger said ...


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Candidates gear up in three-way race for commission seat

By Gary Harmon

The three-way race for the Mesa County commissioner seat held by John Justman is only the most recent iteration of several attempts to break up the two-party fight for the seat and the GOP’s consistent victory. Jim Doody, a former Grand ...


Dispute over gas parcels continues

By Dennis Webb

A dispute is continuing to simmer between a petroleum consultant for the Thompson Divide Coalition and the local oil and gas industry over what bearing a new shale-gas estimate should have on a review of Thompson Divide leases. David Ludlam, ...


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