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Police Blotter, Aug. 9, 2011

By Staff

Suspect asleep on mesa Early Sunday, a Fruita police officer was hot on the trail of a black Toyota Tacoma, whose driver was suspected of drinking and driving, when he discontinued pursuit. That’s because the driver, later identified ...


300 acres burning in Bookcliffs

By Staff

Bureau of Land Management firefighters were closely watching, but letting burn, a 300-acre fire on the Little Book Cliffs Wilderness Study Area 8 north of Grand Junction. David Boyd, spokesman for the bureau’s northwest Colorado office, ...


Getting It Right, Aug. 9, 2011

By Staff

A Saturday Home & Garden story on Page 1B headlined “Garden gang’s at war ... with bugs” incorrectly identified the owner of the land leased by the Grand Junction Main Street Community Garden. It is owned by James ...


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Downtown remembrance of 9/11 endures

By Melinda Mawdsley

Reports that more beams salvaged from the Sept. 11 wreckage may be heading toward Grand Junction are likely not true, multiple local officials said Monday. An article in Sunday’s Denver Post said that Grand Junction was one of 15 ...


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Authorities probe massage business link to Fruitvale homicide

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating whether a man’s slaying last week was connected to his adult erotic massage business, which he operated at the apartment where he was found dead. Luis Alberto Vazquez Oliva, ...


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Grand Valley golfers first fall athletes to begin practice

By Patrick Bahr

With tee shots ripping down the first fairway at Lincoln Park Golf Course on Monday, the Colorado high school season began. Central and Grand Junction both had their first day of golf tryouts at Lincoln Park, preparing for the first local ...


Email letters, August 8, 2011

By Staff

Recognition due to festival organizers We enjoyed and appreciated The Daily Sentinel’s coverage of the Grand Valley Performing Arts Festival. However, two key people that did an enormous amount of work not only for their portions of ...


Email letters, August 8, 2011

By Staff

Recognition due to festival organizers We enjoyed and appreciated The Daily Sentinel’s coverage of the Grand Valley Performing Arts Festival. However, two key people that did an enormous amount of work not only for their portions of ...


Printed letters, Aug. 8, 2011

By Staff

The top three finishers of this year’s Tour de France recently announced their decisions to participate in Colorado’s USA Pro Challenge bike race Aug. 22-28. This is a race that will be viewed worldwide and is 2011’s premier ...


Court makes secrets of public’s business

By The Daily Sentinel

It seems like one of the most fundamental and obvious tenets of government: When elected or appointed officials vote on public issues, those votes are to be conducted in public and each member’s vote recorded. That way, constituents may ...


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