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Arrest made in Monday night shooting near Columbine Park

By Staff

Grand Junction police last night arrested a man suspected of shooting another just before midnight Tuesday, at an address in the area of 28 1/2 Road and Hall Avenue. Police allege Howard Ray Walker III, 30, is behind the shooting that left ...

Man shot in Clifton overnight

By Staff

A man was hospitalized early this morning after being shot in Clifton. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Offfice said deputies were called to the 3200 block of Bunting Avenue just after midnight, where they found the victim conscious and ...

Defense blames third man in 2014 slaying of Colorado man

By The AP

BOULDER — Defense attorneys for two men charged with murder in the death of a Colorado man whose body was found along a Wyoming highway say a third man is responsible. Thirty-eight-year-old Daniel Ortiz and 26-year-old Moises Mendez are ...

Congressman says he went too far in campus rape comments

By The AP

BOULDER — A Boulder congressman says he went too far in his attempt to defend the role of colleges and universities in campus sex assault cases. The Daily Camera reports Democratic Congressman Jared Polis suggested during a subcommittee ...


Cop cleared in teen’s death

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction police officer “had no other option” but to shoot a 17-year-old boy after a carjacking and after the boy caused a fatal traffic accident on Grand Avenue in May, District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said this week. In ...


Enhance your cooking with lemon zest, fresh juice

By Suzanne Hanzl

When life gives you lemons, squeeze them! Please pass the salt, pepper and lemon. Salt and pepper are staple seasonings in any kitchen but there is another ingredient that should also be within reach: lemons. Next to salt and pepper, lemons ...

Colorado lawmakers consider ending rain barrel ban

By The AP

DENVER — Some Colorado lawmakers are considering ending the state’s only-in-the-nation ban on backyard rain barrels despite a similar effort failing last legislative session. The Durango Herald reports that the Water Resources ...

Colorado braces for day of tax-free weed

By The AP

DENVER — An accounting error in Colorado is paying off for marijuana consumers Wednesday, when a quirk in a state tax law prompts the state to suspend most taxes on recreational pot. The one-day pot tax holiday means Colorado ...

Printed Letters: Sept. 16, 2015

By Staff

Unchecked immigration has environmental cost In the discussion of immigration, the environmental cost is seldom addressed. Every year we add 1 million legal immigrants to our population. In less than five years that is like adding another ...

Shaking things up

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s hard to criticize Mesa County’s decision to retain Community Hospital to serve the health-care needs of county employees. After all, the savings could potentially range from $200,000 to $800,000 in the coming year, depending ...

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