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Trio arrested in Mesa County indicted in operation against cartel

By Paul Shockley

A federal grand jury in Denver indicted three men who were arrested in Mesa County in October as part of a national strike against a Mexican drug cartel. Raul Avila-Arellano, 26, Jose Gonzalez-Zuniga, 43, and Jesus Hernandez-Corona, 27, were ...

Lodging tax revenue for Grand Junction off 18 percent

By Emily Shockley

Taxes paid on hotel stays in Grand Junction during November decreased 21.1 percent from November 2008. The city of Grand Junction collected $91,776 in lodging tax revenue this November, down from $125,818 in October and $116,354 in November ...

Woman has waste-cutting idea for Obama

By Staff

Loma resident Nancy Fichtner wants to meet the president of the United States, and she needs help from fellow Coloradans to do that. The support clerk in the fiscal department at the Grand Junction Veterans Medical Center is one of four ...

Snow shuts schools, closes businesses

By Amy Hamilton

Thirteen-year-old Sam Moody didn’t need an alarm clock Tuesday morning. The sight of falling snow — and lots of it — sprung him from bed at 6. “I almost couldn’t sleep,” he said of the building excitement ...

Snowplows work to keep up

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Mesa County and Grand Junction road maintenance supervisors insisted they had all hands on deck to respond to the snow storm that pounded the Grand Valley on Tuesday. But it was difficult to tell for most of the day, as many major roadways ...

Six Helmick jurors speak to The Daily Sentinel

By Paul Shockley

It took 10 minutes for Miriam Helmick to get her first conviction Tuesday. Shortly after assembling for deliberations on a wet and snow-packed morning on the third floor of the Mesa County Justice Center, the seven men and five women who ...

Jury: Helmick guilty of murder

By Paul Shockley

For Alan Helmick’s daughters, Tuesday was less about closure than it was justice. “It’s an end and beginning for us,” Portia Vigil, 38, said after sitting in on the reading of guilty verdicts Tuesday in the murder ...

North Area Holiday Inn

A Mixed Bag: Some north-area projects are moving right along. Others wait for better days.

By Penny Stine

The economic woes of the rest of the country have surfaced in Grand Junction, although not on the scale seen in some rust belt towns and neighborhoods. In the north area, where residential lots are hard to find and the hospitality business ...

Montrose Mall

Montrose: Southern edge of town attracting commercial development

By Penny Stine

With two state highways bisecting the town, a regional airport that serves ten times as many visitors as residents, and a location that puts it an hour’s drive from almost every available recreational activity offered in the state of ...

Local gymnastics results, Dec, 8, 2009

By Staff

USAG Level 5 State Championships Sunday at Loveland KidzPlex results Children’s A Division Isabell Stecklein: 8th all-around (36.1), 13th vault (8.45), 1st bars (9.525), 6th beam (9.2), 11th floor (8.925). Children’s B ...

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