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Ohio police: Car into crowd appears accidental

By The Associated Press

LIMA, Ohio — Authorities in northwest Ohio say it appears a woman who suddenly drove her car into a crowded town square, injuring dozens, may have done it accidentally. Sgt. Jason Garlock of the Lima Police Department said today that ...


Rodney King, key figure in LA riots, dies at 47

By The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — Rodney King, the black motorist whose 1991 videotaped beating by Los Angeles police officers was the touchstone for one of the most destructive race riots in the nation’s history, was found at the bottom of his ...


Adobe Creek Mixed League Golf Results June 17, 2012

By Julie Norman

Adobe Creek Mixed League - June 17, 2012 4 Person Scramble - Desert 1st Dick & Monta O., Elton M., Marilyn A.   2nd Chuck T., Linda T., Steve S., Nancy ...


Printed letters, June 17, 2012

By Staff

I have known Woody Walcher, our write-in Republican county commissioner candidate, for many years. I cannot believe the hate mail and venom directed at him. He has donated tens of thousands of dollars to Partners, Salvation Army, Goodwill, ...


People-friendly communities require more than sidewalks

By Krystyn Hartman

I was saddened by the death of the tourist hit by a car while crossing Horizon Drive last week. Welcome to Grand Junction. Anyone who has walked or cycled along Horizon, Patterson, North Avenue, Broadway or 12th Street through Colorado Mesa ...


Drought of 2012 demands special journalistic effort

By Guest Columnist

The statement was stark in its honesty and gravity. “There’s nothing that can be done to stop this fire under current weather and fuel conditions.” It was printed in the pages of this newspaper and uttered a decade ago by ...


Warning: Serious drought danger ahead

By The Daily Sentinel

No doubt a few folks will take exception to Gov. John Hickelooper’s edict issued last week to ban private fireworks and open burning. Some will probably ignore it. That’s unfortunate because, as everyone should understand by now, ...


GJ man uses family as inspiration against meth

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It all sunk in when Adrian Chavez’s son asked him why he didn’t love him. Sitting on the other end of a visiting room table a few weeks into treatment at Summit View Drug Treatment Center, Chavez couldn’t believe what he ...


Your Town, June 17. 2012

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A long time ago, in a land far, far away, I was born. Actually, it was in southwestern Colorado, and there’s really no need to discuss in detail how long ago it was. What made my birth unique, however, was the fact that I was born on ...


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A second chance

By Patti Arnold

Drew Beuerlein was playing senior men’s baseball a year ago. He got a second chance at pro baseball, after being released in 2010 by the Los Angeles Angels, when the Rockies were looking for a hired hand this spring. Six years ago, he ...


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