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Opinion Time: Are you worried about the Denver Broncos?

By Staff

Dale Shrull Sentinel sports editor I believe there’s a fair amount of concern — bordering on substantial — surrounding the Broncos. I saw them as playoff cusp team to begin the season, and that was based on that good ...


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‘Janitor’ is Lions Hometown Hero

By Charles Ashby

Bob Richardson isn’t really a janitor, but that’s what they called him at the Lions Club on Tuesday. The philanthropic and civic group called Richardson that because he’s been a leader in cleaning up the Colorado River. ...


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Facebook post leads cops to vandalism suspect

By Duffy Hayes

The mystery of who climbed to the top of one of the water tanks north of Interstate 70 in May and stole a pricey light required by the Federal Aviation Administration was seemingly solved when the alleged perpetrator posted a photo of his ...


Winemakers keeping a close eye on the fires in California

By Dave Buchanan

As I write this late Monday afternoon, firefighters finally are showing some notable progress against the fires ravaging the Napa and Sonoma regions of Northern California. By no means is the struggle won. Winds were expected again to pick up ...


Getting It Right, Oct. 18, 2017

By Staff

A story on Page 1 Tuesday should have said that Jaime Cox is the ex-wife of David Cox.  ...


Blotter: Oct. 18, 2017

By Staff

Woman accused of assault A 32-year-old Fruita woman appeared Tuesday in Mesa County Court on a numbers of domestic violence-related charges including assault. Dimond Ohle was advised on potential charges of second-degree assault with a ...


Longtime city employee to lead public works

By Staff

The city of Grand Junction has a new public works director. City Manager Greg Caton has picked a familiar face — longtime city employee Trent Prall, who worked most recently as the engineering manager — to replace Greg Lanning, ...


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Man gets prison in drug, firearm convictions

By Joe Vaccarelli

A Grand Junction man who avoided a murder charge in a shooting death this summer will still serve at least a decade in prison after accepting a plea agreement on other charges, including drug and firearm possession. John Stene, 27, pleaded ...


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Council debates funding for CMU

By Katie Langford

After tussling over how much money the city should give to Colorado Mesa University in 2018, and whether taxpayer funds should pay for student scholarships, Grand Junction City Council members informally agreed this week to send somewhere ...


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Bennet co-sponsors Medicare option bill

By Gary Harmon

Americans living in rural counties would get a public option for health insurance under a bill introduced by two U.S. senators. The Medicare-X Choice Act by Sens. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., and Tim Kaine, D-Va., would establish public-option ...


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