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Jury deliberating trooper’s fate

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger on Tuesday told jurors a Colorado State Patrol trooper was reckless and should be held criminally accountable for ignoring “fundamental precepts of our democracy,” not what a defense ...


Diapers? Fugettaboutit! The Mafia’s Guide to Potty Training

By Steve Beauregard

The first rule of potty training is to realize that each toddler is different. Some children first start using the toilet at age 1, some at age 2, while others (like my daughter), sometime during their sophomore year of college. We’ve ...


Man held in pharmacy stickup

By Staff

A Rangely-area man was arrested following an armed robbery of the Rangely Pharmacy on Monday. Jeremy Gonzales, 19, who lives a few miles outside of town, was arrested and taken to the Rio Blanco County Detention Center, the Rangely Police ...


Death notices, April 18, 2012

By Staff

• Ella Elsa Bigelow, 93, Grand Junction, died April 13, 2012, at Hospice Care Center. Services are pending. Ms. Bigelow was a homemaker. Survivors include one daughter, Judy Allerheiligen of Grand Junction; three grandchildren; and ...


Blotter, April 18, 2012

By Staff

4th burglary suspect held A fourth suspect who was wanted in connection with a burglary and theft investigation initiated April 5 has been arrested. Jacob Seabold, 19, turned himself in to Grand Junction Police Department on Tuesday ...


Fishing report; Parks and Wildife says walleye spawn successful

By Special to the Sentinel

Colorado fishing report April 17 – Walleye spawning wrap-up for 2012: Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists say this year’s walleye spawning effort at Chatfield, Cherry Creek and Pueblo Reservoirs ensured another year class of ...


Mesa County commissioners adopt a flawed resolution on oil shale

By Bill Grant

I attended the Mesa County commissioners meeting Monday morning to hear discusssion of a resolution against the Bureau of Land Management’s plan to withhold commercial leasing of oil shale lands until a method of extracting kerogen from ...


Printed letters, April 18, 2012

By Staff

At a recent event hosted by the Mesa County Conservation Forum, the candidates running for two Mesa County commissioner seats answered questions posed by an audience concerned about the future of trail development, the Colorado River, energy ...


Zeroing out incentives would be short-sighted

By The Daily Sentinel

The Long Bill, the state budget bill currently making its way through the state Legislature, has a critical flaw. The version that passed the House last week and was introduced in the Senate this week includes no money for the state Office of ...


Zeroing out incentives would be short-sighted

By The Daily Sentinel

The Long Bill, the state budget bill currently making its way through the state Legislature, has a critical flaw. The version that passed the House last week and was introduced in the Senate this week includes no money for the state Office of ...


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