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Teen skier dies after accident at Copper Mountain

By The Associated Press

COPPER MOUNTAIN – Coroner’s officials say an 18-year-old skier from Wisconsin has died after veering off a trail at Copper Mountain resort in Colorado and into a valve shed used for snowmaking. The Summit County coroner says high ...


Driver ID’d in fatal wreck near Gateway

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The man who was killed in a one-vehicle rollover crash on Colorado Highway 141 near Gateway was identified today as 56-year-old Larry D. Trembly of Grand Junction. Trembly was driving a 1986 Ford Bronco II north on Colorado 141 seven miles ...


I-70 lanes to be closed near Eagle through Tuesday for cleanup

By The Associated Press

EAGLE – An accident between an oil tanker and an SUV that shut down all lanes of Interstate 70 for several hours has spilled 7,200 gallons of diesel fuel near Eagle. The cleanup could affect daytime traffic for days. The Colorado ...


Printed letters, March 9, 2012

By Staff

After holding several community budget forums, it seems that the majority of the community supports a four-day school week for District 51. However, I oppose adopting such a drastic measure as a means of cost-savings, primarily given the ...


George Will and Rush Limbaugh are Obama’s unwitting allies

By Josh Penry

To hear the ready-fire-aim drivel from certain members of the conservative commentariot these days is to understand, at least in part, why conservatives do not govern the country. Witness last week the ruminations of George Will, who argued ...


Birgfeld saga moves closer to conclusion

By The Daily Sentinel

The discovery of Paige Birgfeld’s remains this week in a desert gulch between Delta and Whitewater doesn’t end the mystery of what happened to the Grand Junction woman five years ago, but it does bring the strange saga closer to a ...


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GJ welcomes home navy seal

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

E-6 Navy Seal Karl “Gus” Gustavson received a much deserved hero’s welcome Thursday morning after returning home for the second time from Afghanistan to his home town of Grand Junction. Gustavson declined to speak about his ...


Email letters, March 8, 2012

By Staff

Government needs an efficiency consultant With the our government engulfed in out-of-control fiscal failure and school districts forced to compromise budgets beyond all reasonable bounds, could there be a common sense solution? Companies ...


Forest Service reviewing fees at Colorado parks

By The Associated Press

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The U.S. Forest Service is split over charging fees for using Colorado parks and recreation areas. The federal agency plans to charge $5 to hike or park in the Roosevelt National Forest at Chambers Lake, Dowdy Lake ...


State basketball update

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Top-seeded Paonia won its first-round girls basketball game this morning in the Class 2A state tournament in Pueblo. The Eagles held off Del Norte 49-39 to advance to the state semifinals. In Class 3A, Olathe’s girls nearly pulled off ...


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