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CSP: Alcohol/drugs factor in Sunday’s fatal crash near Palisade

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado State Patrol today said alcohol or drug intoxication was a suspected factor in Sunday’s fatal crash on Interstate 70 near Palisade that killed a Meeker man. Johnathan Wix, 21, was pronounced dead at the scene around 6:40 ...


Death Notices, May 15, 2012

By Staff

■ Marvin D. “Pete” Barnes, 83, Surface Creek, died Jan. 28, 2012, at Colorado Care Center in Olathe. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Cedaredge United Methodist Church and at 1 p.m. Saturday at Hayden Congregational ...


Traffic snarled in downtown GJ as trailer twice dumps load

By Paul Shockley

Traffic along Ute Avenue at First Street as of 5 p.m. was restricted to one lane after a semi-trailer hauling scrap dumped its load for the second time in less than two hours, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. The trailer ...


Windex and other pressing issues that may affect our public lands

By Jim Spehar

I entered the ballroom at Colorado Mesa University last Tuesday night hoping for inspiration. What I heard during discussion about the economic value of public lands, sponsored by the Mesa County Conservation Forum, left me mostly ...


printed letters, May 15

By Staff

Regarding oil shale development on public lands, I agree with The National Parks Conservation Association that the Bush-era plan be revised, and that the BLM’s preferred alternative allows far too many impacts. We should adopt a ...


JPMorgan Chase and the Volcker Rule

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s rarely good news when an obscure financial regulation becomes a front-and-center element of our national debate. It means something’s gone awry with the industry the obscure rule is supposed to regulate. That’s exactly ...


Pet store employee charged with animal abuse

By The Associated Press

GOLDEN - A 19-year-old Denver man is out on bond after being charged with stealing and killing hamsters from a pet store where he worked. William Riddick appeared in court Friday and was released on $200 bond. Pam Russell, a spokeswoman for ...


College students protest debt at graduation

By The Associated Press

DENVER - Traditionally, college graduation caps bear messages to Mom or shoutouts to professors and friends. But this year, some students are protesting their looming debt at commencement by using their hats to show the amount in loans they ...


Getting It Right, May 15, 2012

By Staff

Montrose High School’s graduation will take place at 2:30 p.m. Sunday on the high school’s football field. An incorrect time was published in Sunday’s newspaper.  ...


Cent grad 1 dah 2012

Central High School 2012 graduation

By Dean Humphrey

Students graduate to another chapter.  ...


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