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Fireworks spark blaze on home’s roof

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Fireworks are to blame for a fire that ignited on a swamp cooler cover on the roof of a Grand Junction house Sunday night, firefighters said this morning. Crews were called to 1325 Juniper St. just after 9 p.m. and found smoke and fire coming ...


Walcher still in primary hunt

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Woody Walcher, who fell short of winning a spot on the Republican primary ballot last month, will pursue a write-in bid for the party’s nomination for District 3 on the Mesa County Commission. “I believe the Republican voters in ...


Man, 85, cited in crash with GVT bus

By Paul Shockley

An 85-year-old driver was cited this morning after he blew through a red light in downtown Grand Junction and slammed into a Grand Valley Transit bus, according to police. Jack Oberly, of Clifton, was issued a summons on suspicion of ...


New Pueblo fire station a hot spot for crime

By The Associated Press

PUEBLO – The new Pueblo fire station under construction is becoming a hot spot for crime. In the past five months, police have been called to the new station eight times. Burglars have taken more than $43,000 in property including ...


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Daily Sentinel celebrates Easter with annual hunt

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Daily Sentinel held their annual Easter Egg hunt Saturday morning. The hunt is open to the children and grandchildren of the employees of The Daily Sentinel. It’s a family-oriented event looked forward to by the employees and their ...


Email letters, April 9, 2012

By Staff

Wait until the management plan updated I usually find The Daily Sentinel’s editorial columns balanced and logical. But the reasoning that BLM recreational-use rules are equivalent to oil and gas rules is just not fair, or honest. ...


Incense to blame for smoke that forced apartment evacuation

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — Firefighters in Colorado Springs are blaming burning incense for smoke that forced the evacuation of four apartments. Residents had to evacuate Sunday after they reported smoke and a strange odor. According to ...


Activists petition for Denver police investigation

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Civil rights activists are asking the U.S. Department of Justice what happened to their investigation of Denver police. Critics say they have collected 1,000 signatures to emphasize their desire for a federal civil-rights ...


Officer grabs man trying to jump from Fifth Street bridge after suicide threat

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A 21-year-old man threatening to commit suicide got a second chance at life on Easter, thanks to the quick actions of Grand Junction police. The man called 911 at 6:30 a.m. and told dispatchers he was going to jump off a bridge in the Grand ...


Fourth fire ignites in Gunnison County

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A fourth wildfire ignited in Gunnison County on Sunday, challenging firefighters who already had their hands full battling or monitoring three other blazes in the county. The Little Henderson Fire, burning in the North Fork of Little ...


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