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Denver man convicted of killing boy in marijuana-filled yard

By The AP

DENVER — A jury has convicted a Denver man of fatally shooting a teenager and wounding another as they apparently were trying to steal marijuana plants from his backyard. The Denver Post reported Monday that 49-year-old Keith Hammock ...

Printed Letters: Aug. 1, 2017

By Staff

Sad to see Boy Scouts apologize for president A simple oath “on my honor, I will do my best….” This is the oath a young boy scout learns by memory, by heart. I wish that young boy was sitting in the Oval Office because he ...

Compromise needed on West Elk Mine

By The Daily Sentinel

Even if Arch Coal is allowed to vent methane directly into the atmosphere as part of a West Elk Mine expansion that will keep miners employed for a few more years, the industry’s days appear to be numbered in the North Fork ...


CMU players sing, talk at media day

By Patti Arnold

COLORADO SPRINGS — Considering three of them carpooled to the RMAC Kickoff media day, the Mavericks weren’t happy with their preparation for the conference’s “carpool karaoke” competition. But man, did they sell ...


Rossi’s return

By Jon Mitchell

August Rossi’s right shoulder has been completely rebuilt. The Grand Junction resident has 12 screws in his shoulder blade that came after a motocross accident, then nearly lost his arm after a separate accident. There’s also some ...


Operation: Rural Rx

By Joe Vaccarelli

For a veteran living far from a major city, access to a full slate of health care options can come with many barriers. However, a group at the Grand Junction Veterans Health Care System is working to remove some of the roadblocks. Two ...

RMAC preseason poll and all-conference selections

By Staff

RMAC Preseason Poll Voted on by conference coaches School (First-place votes) Pts 1. CSU-Pueblo (4) 93 2. Colorado Mesa (4) 92 3. Colorado Mines (3) 82 4. Dixie State 69 5. Black Hills State 62 6. South Dakota Mines 51 7. Western ...

KKK fliers distributed in valley again

By Erin McIntyre

Fliers recruiting for the Ku Klux Klan have resulted in at least one report to local law enforcement in Mesa County. The fliers, distributed with small bags of candy, were reportedly distributed in some Orchard Mesa neighborhoods. Mesa County ...


Woman suspected in cellphone-buying scam

By Gabrielle Porter

A Denver woman is facing theft and forgery charges after allegedly trying to scam employees at two Grand Junction cellphone companies into giving her multiple iPhones without payment in a scheme she described as “a loophole,” ...

Ranch suing Encana: Spill scuttled $5M sale

By Dennis Webb

The owner of a big-game hunting ranch has sued Encana over a pipeline leak last year north of Parachute that the suit says contaminated the property and killed its planned $5 million sale. Lawyers for Bishop Ranch LLC filed the suit July 18 ...

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