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AROUND TOWN SOUNDS: No Outlet

By Kristin Hall

No Outlet has evolved over the years. Since their start in 2000, band members have come and gone, babies have been born, and band members have been married and divorced.  “This is a band full of life,” said Roger Jones, ...


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Summer inspires songwriters, reporters to savor the season

By Staff

Inspired by the recent summer heat wave, or perhaps numbed by it, Daily Sentinel features reporters myself and Rachel Sauer, as well as intern Kate Schwenke, decided to re-enact selected lyrics from some memorable summer songs. Here are the ...


Fed investigation signaled Valley Investments’ demise

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DENVER — Valley Investments in Grand Junction closed its doors May 20, 2009, after two frantic days in which employees helped owner Philip Rand Lochmiller carry out computers and company files after he acknowledged to them the company ...


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Man gets 3 years for shootings

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man will serve less than half of a three-year prison sentence handed down Thursday in connection with the shooting of five people in 2009. Joshua Anton, 21, was sentenced by District Judge Brian Flynn to three years in prison ...


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In Snowmass, praise for ‘finest mastodon site in the world’

By Dennis Webb

SNOWMASS VILLAGE — Thousands of unearthed bones later, scientists and volunteers are heading home from Snowmass Village following an intensive 51-day excavation push at a world-class Ice Age fossil site. But before things wrapped up, ...


Death of man at Vega Reservoir probed

By Paul Shockley

State and local authorities are investigating the death of a 67-year-old Orchard Mesa man who was found Thursday afternoon floating face down in shallow water at Vega Reservoir. Colorado State Parks spokeswoman Deb Frazier said the man, who ...


Oil and gas board members in limbo

By Charles Ashby

Grand Junction environmental scientist Richard Alward doesn’t know if he’s still on the state panel that oversees oil and gas production in Colorado. That’s because Gov. John Hickenlooper hasn’t said whether he and ...


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Motorcyclist dies in North Avenue crash

By Paul Shockley

A motorcyclist died and his passenger was injured Thursday night after the motorcycle was struck by a sport utility vehicle at the east end of North Avenue. Initial police-radio reports said an 18-year-old man was not breathing but had a ...


Colorado GOP, Dems eager to predict presidential race

By Charles Ashby

It doesn’t matter who the Republican Party’s presidential candidate is, Colorado GOP Chairman Ryan Call said Thursday. Whoever it is will beat Democratic President Barack Obama, he said. “Really, this upcoming election is ...


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WWII bomber flies in for Rifle air show

By Amy Hamilton

Sharp-eyed folks scanning the skies Thursday afternoon in Parachute would have noticed a noisy but sturdy aircraft circle town, point its nose east and head back toward Rifle. If someone was equipped with a telescope, they might have been ...


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