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No charges filed in shooting death of Randy Cook

By Paul Shockley

No charges will be filed in the New Years Day shooting death of Grand Junction resident Randy Cook, while authorities today said charges are barred under Colorado’s Make My Day law. “It’s a tragedy and clearly he (Randy ...

Email letters, June 11, 2014

By Staff

Aquafresca doesn’t take important Western Slope issues for granted Not too many years ago the people of Colorado could take for granted that our land, our water, and our personal rights would be left to our careful stewardship, and ...

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Q&A: Mesa County sheriff candidates Steve King and John Pennington

By Staff

Q&A: Mesa County sheriff candidate Steve King By Staff Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Name: Steve King Occupation: Mesa County sheriff deputy, Colorado state senator for Senate District 7 Education: Associate of Applied Science (criminal ...


New trial ordered in Blagg case; judge says juror had ‘agenda’

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County Chief Judge David Bottger today ordered a new trial for convicted killer Michael Blagg in the 2001 death his wife, Jennifer, while finding that a member of Blagg’s jury in 2004 deliberately misrepresented her background and ...


Area won’t regret national park, filmmaker Burns says

By Greg Ruland

When Ken Burns penned the foreword to “Monumental Majesty,” The Daily Sentinel’s coffee table book about Colorado National Monument, he called it “one of the most beautiful places on earth.” Last week, Burns said ...

10 Things to know for Wednesday, June 11

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. CANTOR DEFEAT SENDS SHOCK WAVES THROUGH GOP   Tea party challenger Dave Brat wins a stunning upset victory against the House ...

Utah man killed in Flaming Gorge raft accident

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Salt Lake County man has died in a rafting accident during a father-son trip down the Green River. Police say the 62-year-old Raymond Moody and his 13-year-old son were near Flaming Gorge Dam when the raft became ...

GOP officials wrapping up scouting visit to Denver

By The AP

DENVER — Republican Party officials are wrapping up their visit to Denver as they scout out possible locations for their 2016 convention. After a tour of the Pepsi Center on Tuesday, convention committee members say legal marijuana in ...

Printed Letters: June 11, 2014

By Staff

Government violates rights 
in dictating business practices I am writing in response to The Sentinel editorial titled, “You can’t have your cake and eat it too” in which The Sentinel author states that people who have ...

The vagrant problem

By The Daily Sentinel

Let’s make a distinction between vagrants and the homeless in general. The single men and women who nap in city parks and panhandle for loose change may not have homes, but it would be unfair to lump them into the same category as ...

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