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GJ corridor eyed for traffic improvements

By Amy Hamilton

When it comes to road construction, sometimes the goal of the city of Grand Junction deviates from the philosophy at the Colorado Department of Transportation. One of those instances takes the form of the Interstate 70 Business Loop where the ...

Defense: Colorado theater gunman studied mind to fix his own

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — After nearly 3 years of mystery, a clearer but conflicted portrait of James Holmes emerged from the first few hours of his trial in the Colorado theater shootings. In opening statements Monday, defense lawyers portrayed him ...

Unease in northeast Denver following neighborhood shootings

By The AP

DENVER — Some residents of Northeast Denver are uneasy following three shootings in their neighborhood in less than 48 hours. KMGH-TV reports that the neighborhood saw two shootings on Saturday and a third on Monday morning. Police are ...

‘Big hat, no cattle’

By Jim Spehar

Deliver us from the hypocrisy of attempting to sound reasonable while being unreasonable.” — Dr. Barry Black, U.S. Senate chaplain Our friends in the Colorado Legislature are at it again. As Charles Ashby pointed out on the ...

A special opportunity

By The Daily Sentinel

The official mission of Special Olympics is to give children and adults with intellectual disabilities opportunities to, among other things, demonstrate courage and experience joy through Olympic-type competition. That mission comes with a ...

Printed Letters: April 28, 2014

By Staff

Now is the time to help Nepal with donations Many people in this area have been to Nepal and experienced the hospitality of the Nepali people. Now is the time to give back. The country is reeling after Saturday’s magnitude 7.8 ...

Finally, some movement

By The Daily Sentinel

It took seven months, but Shaw Construction finally got “the professional courtesy of a response” after repeated attempts to engage the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority over an impasse on “retainage” money the ...

RMAC softball tournament pairings, April 27, 2105

By Staff

RMAC Tournament Thursday-Saturday, Denver Thursday Game 1 — Adams State (23-21) vs. CSU-Pueblo (27-21), 9 a.m., Regis Game 2 — Regis (27-17) vs. Colorado Christian (23-27), 9 a.m., Metro State Game 3 — Metro State ...

Girls golf results,April 27, 2105

By Staff

Moffat County Invitational Monday at Yampa Valley Golf Course, par 72 Team Scores 1. Palisade, 286; 2. (tie) Grand Junction, 290; Rifle, 290; 4. Fruita Monument, 294; 5. Glenwood Springs, 298; 6. Moffat County, 330. No team score — ...

RMAC women’s lacrosse pairings, April 27, 2015

By Staff

RMAC Tournament Saturday-Sunday, Regis University, Denver Saturday’s Semifinals Colorado Mesa (9-5) vs. Lindenwood (16-1), noon Fort Lewis (9-4) vs. Regis (11-4), 3 p.m. Sunday’s Championship Semifinal winners, 2 p.m.  ...

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