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Crimes raise police priority for gang intel

By Paul Shockley

Vacant for the past year, a full-time position at the Grand Junction Police Department dedicated to monitoring gang activity will soon be filled, department leaders said last week. Deputy Chief John Zen said the agency’s gang ...


Fruitvale death probed as suspicious

By Staff

Authorities say the death of a man whose body was found Monday morning inside a Fruitvale apartment is suspicious but were otherwise being tight-lipped about their investigation. An individual called 911 at 6:20 a.m. after finding the body ...


Mesa baseball signees will create competition to be in starting lineup

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It’s nice to have a senior-dominated outfield ... until you look around after the season and see gaping holes in left, center and right. That’s what Mesa State College baseball coach Chris Hanks faced during the recruiting ...


Mavs picked to finish sixth in RMAC

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COLORADO SPRINGS — The football coaches in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference don’t expect much to change this season, but Joe Ramunno does. The football coach at Mesa State College, soon to be Colorado Mesa University, ...


Sports Briefs, Aug. 1, 2011

By Staff

Running Fruita runners fare well in Kansas Fruita Monument High School runners Kyler Brown and Chuck Bisbee competed last week in the National Junior Olympic Championships in Wichita, Kan. Bisbee placed sixth in the boys Intermediate (ages ...


Troy Ashley mug

Affidavit: Pair admits to three Western Colorado bank robberies

By Paul Shockley

Two men confessed to robbing three Western Colorado banks of a combined $20,000 in cash during a two-month spree stretching from Rifle to Montrose, according to an arrest affidavit. Brandon Dewayne Smith, 33, 606 Darlene Court, and Troy Allen ...


We’re all complicit in preparing this ‘Satan sandwich’

By Jim Spehar

We shouldn’t be surprised that, at what likely was the last possible moment, our dueling lawmakers in Washington reached a compromise on raising the debt limit and cutting spending. They’d probably managed to wring all the ...


Courting more school funds

By The Daily Sentinel

A trial that got underway in Denver Monday could skew state financing so heavily that public schools would be almost the only state-funded function. That is, unless Colorado taxpayers approve an enormous tax increase. We certainly believe ...


Debt-ceiling D-day

By The Daily Sentinel

If the tea party on the right, the progressives and Black Caucus on the left, don’t derail it, Congress may actually approve a bill today to cut spending, raise the debt limit and avoid default. However, there may be a shortage of ...


Printed letters, August 2, 2011

By Staff

Congress is launching a new assault on our country’s public lands that strikes at the heart of America’s sporting heritage. Similar bills — in the House and the Senate — would open our nation’s roadless ...


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