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Dreams dashed by 
high court 

By Erin McIntyre

In nine words, the U.S. Supreme Court dashed the dreams of millions of undocumented immigrants last week who were hoping to have a legal way to remain in the country. Immigration experts say thousands of immigrants in this situation here in ...


Justman coasts to victory

By Charles Ashby

Mesa County Commissioner John Justman won the right to defend his District 1 seat this fall in Tuesday’s primary elections. Justman was facing Republican challenger John Davis, a housing developer who owns Blue Star ...

Email letters, June 28, 2016

By Staff

Buescher’s commentary very pertinent to today’s issues Thank you for publishing Bernie Buescher’s commentaries in the Sunday Sentinel. His thoughts are intelligent, reasoned, and very pertinent to today’s issues. Yes, ...

Bond set at $200,000 for driver accused in cyclist’s death

By The AP

BOULDER — A Boulder County judge has set bond at $200,000 for a driver who was on probation for an alcohol related offense when she was allegedly involved in a weekend hit-and-run that killed a cyclist. The Boulder Daily Camera reports ...

BLM carries forward proposal to protect Roan

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has carried forward in its proposed Roan Plateau resource management plan amendment a draft proposal in keeping with a legal settlement closing nearly 35,000 acres on the plateau top to oil and gas leasing. The ...


Roundabout plan taking shape

By Amy Hamilton

Despite a healthy dose of opposition by some residents, construction is imminent for a roundabout at Broadway and Redlands Parkway. Officials with the Colorado Department of Transportation said at a recent meeting with the Grand Junction City ...

Firefighters work to contain Guzzler Fire overnight

By Staff

Officials with the Bureau of Land Management said today that fire crews worked through much of the night to stop the growth of the Guzzler Fire, which burned an estimated 200 acres last night north of Grand Junction off 25 Road. Work crews ...

Man struck by train in Fort Collins identified

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Authorities have identified a man who died after being struck by a train while sitting on the tracks in Fort Collins. The Coloradoan reports that police say the victim of the early Sunday crash was 54-year-old Bradley ...

Blaha, Glenn spar right up to Colorado GOP Senate primary

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s five-way Republican Senate primary campaign goes to the voters Tuesday with a last-ditch effort by conservative Colorado Springs businessman Robert Blaha to discredit fellow El Paso County conservative Darryl ...

Deadly railroad crossing was eyed for safety improvements

By The AP

TRINIDAD — A railroad crossing in southern Colorado where five family members, including three young girls, were killed when an Amtrak train slammed into their minivan had been targeted for safety improvements for years. The rural ...

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