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$500,000 bond set for Glenwood shooting suspect

By Dennis Webb

A judge today set a $500,000 bond for a man accused of firing multiple shots at a Garfield County sheriff’s deputy Monday. “This is an extremely serious case,” 9th Judicial District Court Judge Denise Lynch told Craig Dance, ...


Work crews find man’s body in Price sewer manhole

By The AP

PRICE, Utah — Authorities say they suspect foul play after a man’s decomposing body was found in a sewer manhole near Price. Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova says a maintenance crew found the body about 10:30 a.m. Monday during ...


GJ Rockies schedule released

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The Grand Junction Rockies open their inaugural season June 18 at Ogden, Utah, for a three-game series. The Rookie affiliate of the Colorado Rockies that moved from Casper, Wyo., to Grand Junction for the 2012 season, plays its home opener ...


CO agencies have $93.7M in unspent stimulus funds

By The AP

DENVER — Time is running out for Colorado to spend millions in federal stimulus funds. State auditors said Tuesday that 10 Colorado agencies could lose nearly $94 million in stimulus funds if they don’t use the money before the ...


Rim Rock Drive to close temporarily

By Staff

Due to icy and hazardous driving conditions, the Colorado National Monument will temporarily close the upper section of Rim Rock Drive starting at 1 p.m. Tuesday. According to a press release from the monument, the road will be closed from DS ...


Rubalcaba to receive Denver Post Gold Helmet award

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Grand Junction High School senior quarterback Sean Rubalcaba is the 2011 Denver Post Gold Helmet award winner, Grand Junction High School announced today. The award is presented annually to Colorado’s top senior football player, scholar ...


Email letters, Dec. 13, 2011

By Staff

Obama’s 34 month report card Mr. Hope and Change obviously wants to create a nation humbled; humiliated, casting-aside capitalism and individual freedoms for one where we the people are government controlled, and punishing those who ...


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Christmas Lights

By The Associated Press

The Daily Sentinel photographers capture the best and brightest of the season’s holiday decorations.  ...


Oil, gas panel approves fracturing disclosure rules

By Dennis Webb

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission this morning unanimously approved new rules requiring disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing. The action came after late negotiations between commission staff and some parties led ...


Substitute teacher dies at Clifton Elementary

By Amy Hamilton

A substitute teacher working at Clifton Elementary died unexpectedly Monday, but the incident did not occur in front of students, according to District 51 spokesman Jeff Kirtland. The deceased person’s name is not being released at this ...


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