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Teen sexting crime back before Colorado Legislature

By The AP

DENVER — Frequent teen sexting has given Colorado a dilemma when it comes to criminal charges. When is a naughty photo between teens a modern form of flirting? And when is it child pornography? State lawmakers are going to debate the ...

Tillerson: Russia must choose between Assad and the US

By The AP

LUCCA, Italy — U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson issued an ultimatum to Russia on Tuesday: Side with the U.S. and likeminded countries on Syria, or embrace Iran, militant group Hezbollah and embattled Syrian leader Bashar Assad. As ...

Printed Letters: April 11, 2017

By Staff

United Way thanks community volunteers Our agencies wouldn’t exist without volunteers. Shoestring staff and frugal budgets limit what small nonprofits can do, however, volunteers make the difference. That’s why for National ...


A glass half full or half empty?

By Jim Spehar

“You can’t always get what you want. But if you try sometimes you just might find you get what you need” – Rolling Stones You’ve already seen some analysis of last week’s municipal election. Several ...

How education
 factors into guv race

By The Daily Sentinel

Education and career training are shaping up to be major themes of the 2018 Colorado’s governor’s race — at least among Democrats. When six-term Democratic U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter formally announced his candidacy Sunday, he ...

Prep roundup: Olkowski rolls to tournament win

By Staff

The only suspense in the race to medalist honors at Monday afternoon’s Wildcats Invitational girls golf tournament focused on who would finish second. Grand Junction freshman Gracie Olkowski shot a 1-under-par 71 at Adobie Creek Golf ...

Younger Mavs play catch up during spring football

By Patti Arnold

Russ Martin chuckled when recalling those early spring football practices only a couple of weeks ago. “Our freshmen were running around, especially on the defensive side, they were in absolute panic mode just trying to line up versus ...


Long-shot Ashley: GJ graduate Long finds track and field rebirth with hammer throw

By Jon Mitchell

Ashley Long was on the verge of quitting track and field alltogether. Now, the Western State redshirt sophomore and Grand Junction High School graduate is on the verge of competing on a stage she’d at one time never dreamed of. Long, ...



By Jon Mitchell

Garrett Flaming was a football player who had never seen a shot put or discus prior to joining the Colorado Mesa University track and field team. Greg Payseno, whose marks in the javelin are among the best in the Rocky Mountain Athletic ...


Five jailed in separate domestic violence cases

By Gabrielle Porter

Five Mesa County residents were arrested over the weekend on felony domestic violence-related charges in separate cases, several of which appeared to be alcohol-related. Cree Marie Rentie, 25, of Grand Junction, faces a count of ...

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