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Derby-winning team in GJ for party, film premiere

By Melinda Mawdsley

The Grand Junction area will receive a rare treat on Friday, June 13, when 2009 Kentucky Derby-winning horse Mine That Bird comes to town as part of an entourage scheduled to appear for a special party and Grand Junction premiere of “50 ...


Entertainment Briefs: June 13

By Staff

Jamestown Revival to headline Off-Roads’ concert Jamestown Revival will be the headliner for the free community concert held in conjunction with the Epic Rides’ second annual Grand Junction Off-Roads mountain bike event. Also ...


Lines West: June 13

By Staff

Gorgeous Monster   Met in the dark; banned from sight.   “You must not see me,” Eros said.   Why did he hide? Was he a monster?   Psyche wondered and waited. The light of her lamp,    ...


ATM acid attack suspect sought in Boulder

By The AP

BOULDER — University of Colorado police are searching for a man who tried to break open an ATM by pouring acid on the machine. The Daily Camera reports that the thief wasn’t successful in the May 29 attempt, but that a student who ...


$10K bail for man accused of chaining son to bed

By The AP

LOGAN, Utah — A judge set bail at $10,000 Thursday for a Utah father accused of chaining his 6-year-old son to a bed while the man was at work. The 28-year-old man made his initial court appearance via a video that was played in a ...


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Roaring Fork watershed gets new protections

By Dennis Webb

A state commission has provided new watershed protections in the Thompson Divide area, where numerous entities are trying to stop oil and gas development. However, such development apparently will be compatible with the “Outstanding ...


Grass-pollen season likely has peaked

By Emily Shockley

The Grand Valley likely hit the peak of grass-pollen season this week, signaling the start of relief for some summer allergy sufferers. Grand Junction had its worst tree pollen season in a decade this spring, climbing above the “very ...


Printed Letters: June 13, 2014

By Staff

We need a sheriff who will preserve roads I read Josh Penry’s endorsement of Steve King in the May 30 edition of The Daily Sentinel. It’s apparent the established have embraced King, but we have to look past a no-brainer issue like ...


Support the Relay

By The Daily Sentinel

If you’ve never been touched by cancer, consider yourself beyond blessed. Consider yourself a statistical anomoly. Stand Up for Cancer offers some sobering percentages. Number of people who will be diagnosed with cancer in their ...


Blotter, June 13, 2014

By Staff

Assault on deputy alleged Louis Albert Oeser, 49, was arrested early Thursday morning in the 3000 block of Robinwood Court on suspicion of felony menacing, second-degree assault on a peace officer, driving under the influence of alcohol and ...


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