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Used-car salesman guilty of 21 felonies

By Paul Shockley

A jury Thursday returned guilty verdicts on 21 of 23 felony counts against a used-car salesman accused of defrauding customers by selling salvaged vehicles with fraudulent, clean titles. Camden Fortney, 65, of Grand Junction, was ordered ...


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Summer festival season kicks off

By Emily Shockley

Naomi Smith loves festival weekends in the Grand Valley. But not because she’s attending them. Instead, she’s likely to be spotted pouring wine and chatting with tourists at the winery she owns, Grande River Vineyards in ...


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Tea Party rally

By William Woody

Hundreds of Tea Party patrons filled Lincoln Park Thursday evening to hold a rally.  ...


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Used-car salesman guilty on 21 felonies, jailed by judge

By Paul Shockley

A jury this afternoon returned guilty verdicts on 21 of 23 felony counts against a used-car salesman accused of defrauding customers by selling salvaged vehicles with clean titles. Camden Fortney, 65, of Grand Junction, was ordered jailed ...


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Out and About, Terry Kiser

By William Woody

Actor Terry Kiser shares his craft with Ouray teenagers. Interview by Melinda Mawdsley.  ...


Printed letters, April 15, 2010

By Staff

I had several problems with Anne Weaver’s April 14 letter to the editor. While she is correct that political discourse in this country has gone downhill, it did not just happen with the election of President Obama. The discourse and ...


Time to try again to rein in amendments

By The Daily Sentinel

Early next week, a democratic state lawmaker from Pueblo is expected to introduce legislation that aims to make it more difficult for Coloradans to amend the state Constitution. We hope Sen. Abel Tapia succeeds in winning the support of ...


E-mail letters, April 15, 2010

By Staff

EPA regulations are stifling business The Environmental Protection Agency has given itself the authority to regulate any and all people, organizations and activities that produce CO2 — at least if the amount is more than 25,000 metric ...


Lincoln Park Grand Valley Senior’s Golf Results April 15

By Staff

Lincoln Park Grand Valley Seniors - April 15, 2010 4 Person Scramble T1st Roger P., Tom H., Dave B., Deany H. 36 T1st Bill N., Duane B., Arlene H., Betty ...


Bomb squad training at landfill today

By Staff

Orchard Mesa and Whitewater residents need not be concerned if they hear explosions or similar sounds near the Mesa County Landfill this afternoon. The Grand Junction bomb squad is conducting training at the landfill today, and police said ...


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