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Mudslide interrupts tourist train again

By The AP

DURANGO — Another mudslide has interrupted service on a tourist train that runs between Durango and Silverton. Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad spokeswoman Andrea Seid says about 425 passengers were bused back to Durango or ...


Officials seek limits to college parties

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Authorities in Fort Collins are trying to find ways to keep college parties from getting out of hand after more than 2,000 people showed up for a back-to-school party at an apartment complex. Four people, including two ...


Colorado considering 2022 Olympics bid

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

DENVER — After spurning the 1976 Winter Olympics, Colorado is once again considering a bid for the international games. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock are discussing ways to bring the Games to the Mile ...


Abandoned baby may get burial

By Special to the Sentinel

BRIGHTON — A baby who died of child abuse in February may finally be put to rest. A funeral home, a monument company and the City of Brighton are working on a plan to donate a burial space, a headstone and a service for Michael Harris, ...


Crestone residents say wrong bear killed

By The AP

CRESTONE — Crestone residents say wildlife officials killed the wrong bear after a goat was mauled, leaving two cubs without a mother. According to KUSA-TV, the owner of a ranch where the bear was shot kicked the wildlife officer off ...


Serra accuser testifies in trial

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MONTROSE — Not long after 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra was arrested in connection with sexual misconduct charges, he silently confronted his accuser in a local department store, stared at her and smirked in an apparent ...


Meis rankled by road project, blames school

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Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis expressed frustration Monday about how much money the county is investing to improve a two-mile stretch of D 1/2 Road and claimed the location where School District 51 chose to build Pear Park Elementary ...


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Sales tax hike eyed for Fruitvale, Clifton

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Mesa County commissioners are floating the idea of creating an additional sales tax in Clifton and Fruitvale in order for that area to pay more of its own way for county services. County leaders have had preliminary discussions with some ...


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Grand Junction man sent to prison for 25 years for slaying his neighbor

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man who authorities believe shot his neighbor in the head for getting involved in a domestic dispute was sentenced Monday to serve 25 years in prison. District Judge Thomas Deister could have sentenced 32-year-old Robert ...


Police Blotter, Aug. 30, 2011

By Staff

2 huffing arrests in 1 day Grand Junction police officers issued summonses to John Michael Little, 23, twice Saturday on suspicion of abusing toxic vapors. At 8:15 p.m. Saturday, an officer contacted Little at 711 W. Independent Ave. The ...


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