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Records: Man brought rifle, handgun into police station

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say a man arrested after entering a Denver police station with a handgun also had a rifle, a knife and extra ammunition. Police reports released Tuesday show 33-year-old Daniel Ruiz was wearing a bulletproof vest ...


Records: Man brought rifle, handgun into police station

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say a man arrested after entering a Denver police station with a handgun also had a rifle, a knife and extra ammunition. Police reports released Tuesday show 33-year-old Daniel Ruiz was wearing a bulletproof vest ...


Council candidates square off at forum

By Amy Hamilton

A few fireworks were exchanged Monday night during one of the first candidate forums for potential Grand Junction city councilors. The forum was hosted by Kids Voting Mesa County at Grand Junction City Hall and included student queries on ...


Powdered alcohol ban now before Colorado Senate

By The AP

DENVER — A ban on powdered alcohol is up for another test in the Colorado Legislature Tuesday. The proposal would ban the product known as Palcohol until the state implements a regulatory system for it. The House approved the ban ...


Colorado oil, gas debate resumes as task force finishes up

By The AP

DENVER — A battle over who should regulate oil and gas drilling in Colorado has roared back to life, just as a task force that was supposed to help settle the dispute is finishing up its recommendations. The 21-member task force has ...


Is Lions’ colorful cross-dressing tradition a thing of the past? Who knows?

By Jim Spehar

The most noticeable thing at Saturday’s Grand Junction Lions Club Parade escaped notice, at least by yours truly, until after it ended. Perhaps you wondered about it too, if you’re a longtime parade watcher or participant. The ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 24, 2015

By Staff

‘Tele-Benefits’ in place to give vets assistance I read your editorial, “Disabled vets deserve help.” While this statement is true and your article is partially factual, the following statement is not completely true. ...


Board should have heard Tippetts out

By The Daily Sentinel

Rex Tippetts may very well have a reasonable explanation for the manner in which he initiated construction of a controversial building at the Grand Junction Regional Airport. But members of the airport authority are unlikely to hear it. ...


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County sells building to Head Start operator

By Emily Shockley

More than three years after it was last occupied, Mesa County is selling a downtown Grand Junction building to Rocky Mountain Service Employment Redevelopment for $1 million. The sale price includes the building at 750 Main St. as well as a ...


Supreme Court to review marijuana issue

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Supreme Court agreed Monday to review a lower court decision from last year that, in part, ruled that a section of the constitutional amendment that legalized marijuana could apply retroactively under certain circumstances. The ...


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