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District 51 lags in academic growth

By Katie Langford

Students in School District 51 are not growing as fast on state assessments as their academic peers across the state, according to data released by the Colorado Department of Education on Tuesday. The numbers represent how much students, ...


Woman accused of transporting 33 pounds of cocaine

By Duffy Hayes

A New York woman was allegedly behind the wheel of an SUV stopped along Interstate 70 on Friday afternoon, a vehicle in which state troopers allegedly found two hidden compartments with 33 pounds of cocaine and more than $5,000 in ...


Educators honored for saving student

By Katie Langford

When a student started struggling to breathe in the middle of a Central High School classroom on Aug. 17, paraprofessional Janet Webb didn’t hesitate. She called for help, cleared the room and started helping the student. Teachers ...


Blotter, Sept. 21, 2016

By Staff

Montrose woman missing A 51-year-old woman left her home in Montrose on Sunday, and hasn’t been seen since, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. The agency issued a missing persons alert on Tuesday for Nikki Ann Sinner, ...


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Kin favored over foster care — Part 4

By Gabrielle Porter

In a four-day series, The Daily Sentinel is delving into the killings of three children who were known to the Mesa County Department of Human Services, as part of a broader examination of the child welfare and foster care systems in the ...


Email Letters: September 20, 2016

By Staff

Sentinel didn’t fail in reporting on Powell’s emails Gary Stetler’s letter to the editor last Friday chastised The Sentinel for what he called “false equivalency” in reporting General Colin Powell’s emails ...


Less energy cash, rebates could mean budget cuts in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Diminished revenues from Colorado’s depressed energy sector and court-ordered tax rebates to oil companies mean lawmakers will tackle spending cuts to avert a general fund shortfall next fiscal year, according to revenue ...


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Music Scene: Bernardus Duo Tour and other area shows for Sept. 23–29

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Brothers Ben and Jake Kramer of the ambient folk-rock band Bernardus are embarking on a seven-week duo tour, and the KAFM Radio Room is one of their first stops. The Bernardus Duo Tour comes to Grand Junction with original and cover tunes on ...


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Montrose woman missing since Sunday

By Staff

A 51-year-old woman left her home in Montrose on Sunday, and hasn’t been seen since, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. The agency issued a missing persons alert today for Nikki Ann Sinner, a white woman, 5-foot 7-inches ...


Tim Ray retiring as GJ Rockies GM

By Patti Arnold

Tim Ray, who handled the Grand Junction Rockies’ move from Casper, Wyoming, in 2012, will retire as the club’s general manager, effective Oct. 9. Ray began his duties with the Rockies in 2001 when the team moved from Butte, ...


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