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Fiscal literacy needed

By The Daily Sentinel

All Coloradans have an interest in ensuring that youngsters in this state are able to read. Those of us in the business of preparing and selling a product based on the printed word have an even greater stake in Colorado literacy. So we were ...

Brothers held on $3M bond in slaying

By {screen_name}

A judge this afternoon ordered two Clifton brothers held on a total of $3 million bond in connection with the stabbing death of a Fruita man last week. Julio Sesar Ortiz, 29, was given a $2 million bond, while Jose Juan Ortiz, 30, was given a ...

030412 new parking mojo

Taco Bell crunches neighbor for new lot

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Despite what the sign says, Rocky Ridge Auto will not be taking over the building at 820 North Ave. Instead, the lot, which formerly was used by Grand Valley Telecommunications, has been purchased by neighboring business, Taco Bell. ...

Detroit-area woman stalked by aggressive turkey

By The Associated Press

COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. — An Oakland County woman says she’s become a prisoner on her own property, stalked and harassed by a 25-pound turkey. Edna Geisler calls the foul bird “Godzilla.” The 69-year-old told the ...

Democrat enters House District 55 race

By Charles Ashby

Grand Junction attorney Daniel Robinson made it official today, entering the race for the new city House district. He will vie for the seat against Republican Rep. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction. Currently, Scott represents House District 54, ...

Email letters, March 5, 2012

By Staff

Energy development is necessary Mr. Koch and I have similar interests. We are both private property owners. Granted, he may own thousands of acres compared to my few, but we both have the same rights. If I wanted to conduct a legal activity ...

Court rules against CU campus gun ban

By The Associated Press

DENVER — The Colorado Supreme Court has sided with opponents of a campus gun ban at the University of Colorado who claimed the ban is illegal because it was not approved by the Legislature. The court ruled Monday that lawmakers intended ...

Denver rolling back motor vehicle branch cuts

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Denver is suspending furloughs for most motor vehicle branch employees because of complaints over wait times. Mayor Michael Hancock says he will suspend the four remaining furlough days for most Division of Motor Vehicle ...

Firefighters battle blaze in Lefthand Canyon near Boulder

By The Associated Press

BOULDER — Boulder County deputies say firefighters from several area fire departments are battling a fire in Lefthand Canyon. The sheriff’s office says a 2-acre fire was reported early Monday on Forest Service land. The ...


9-year-old plans to ‘grow up’ after long battle with cancer

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

If anyone needed love, it was Delaney, who was fighting for her life to beat the stage 4 cancer that spread throughout her body. Perhaps it was that love of her family, her friends, even strangers in the Grand Junction community, that helped ...

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