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A resource lost

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s unfortunate that a Mesa County application for a federal grant to pay the salaries of three school resource officers was rejected by the U.S. Department of Justice. The rejection means the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department ...


Printed letters, Nov. 22, 2011

By Staff

In response to Marcia Neal’s Nov. 15 letter, I disagree that “only responsible energy development,” is the solution to funding Colorado public schools. Although drilling in the Vermillion Basin may provide short-term funding, ...


Gunman barricaded in building at Colorado air base

By The AP

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE — An airman armed with a pistol barricaded himself in a building at an Air Force base in Colorado that controls all GPS satellites, but operations haven’t been disrupted, officials said Monday. The ...


Sound Check GJHS Choir

Sound Check GJHS Choir

By Melinda Mawdsley

The sounds of the GJHS Choir  ...


Leaf removal delayed

By Staff

Due to a high volume of falling foliage, the city of Grand Junction’s Leaf Removal program is behind schedule. According to a press release, crews are aware of the neighborhoods that have been missed and calling is unnecessary. They are ...


Abortion foes to try again in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — An anti-abortion group that sponsored an unsuccessful constitutional amendment in Mississippi says it will try again next year in Colorado, Montana and Oregon. The Denver Post reports that Personhood USA was unveiling its 2012 ...


Vacant GJ home damaged in late-night fire

By Staff

A late-night fire Sunday caused approximately $5,000 damage at a vacant downtown Grand Junction home, the Grand Junction Fire Department said this morning. Firefighters were called out at 10:46 p.m. to a residence at 301 S. Fourth Street ...


FBI nicknames mean trouble for bank robbers

By The AP

DENVER — Super Sleuth got 18 months in prison after a bank manager in Colorado Springs recognized his description from three previous bank robberies. Tom Thumb got 14 years after the FBI and Colorado police alerted the public that a man ...


Police dismantle protest site in Colo. Springs

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Police have dismantled an anti-Wall Street protest site in downtown Colorado Spring. Police Cmdr. Skip Arms said police moved in after 1 a.m. Monday in Acaia Park and removed several tent-like structures. He says 50 ...


State, Tipton, energy industry want closer look at BLM plan

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, state agencies and an oil and gas group are asking that more time be provided for analysis of a draft Bureau of Land Management plan that the industry says could have a major bearing on western Colorado’s economy ...


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