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Feds checking for violations of safety laws at census office

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The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has opened an investigation into the U.S. Census Bureau office in Grand Junction, which earlier this year was inundated by fumes from a marijuana-growing operation in the same building. A ...


Death Notices, June 28, 2010

By Staff

Joyce Cooley, 76, Grand Junction, died June 24, 2010, at Community Hospital. Visitation will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday with services following at 1 p.m. at Snell-McLean Funeral Home in Palisade. Burial will be at Palisade Cemetery. Mrs. Cooley ...


Local Briefs, June 28, 2010

By Staff

Softball practices for Special Olympics Mesa Developmental Services will have a softball practice for its Special Olympics athletes from 6 to 8 p.m. each Monday at Columbine Park, 546 281⁄4 Road. The community is invited to join the ...


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Lehmann, Lind make trip from Salida to GJ on their bikes

By Patrick Bahr

In a span of 10 days, David Lehmann and Elise Lind turned in more than 800 miles on a bicycle. Lehmann, of Grand Junction, and Lind, of Fruita, participated in the weeklong Ride the Rockies, which ended June 19 in Salida. Once they made it ...


Armed man shot in encounter with Fort Collins cop

By The AP

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — Fort Collins police say an armed man has been shot and wounded in a confrontation with an officer. Authorities say the man was injured after police responded to a call about a disturbance between a man and a ...


FBI helping hunt for Coloradan missing in Nepal

By The AP

GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — The FBI says it’s helping the U.S. State Department in the investigation of a Colorado woman who disappeared while trekking alone in Nepal. Denver FBI spokesman Dave Joly said this afternoon the agency is ...


An unambiguous ruling

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s a reasonable chance that former Enron executive Jeffrey Skilling could be leaving his current abode at a federal prison in Englewood before long, thanks to a U.S. Supreme Court decision Thursday. We’re pleased with the ...


Printed letters, June 27, 2010

By Staff

Gulf spill is chance to push clean energy I recently read The Daily Sentinel editorial titled, “Gulf oil spill not an opportunity for Obama,” and was extremely angered. I believe that the idea that the Gulf spill is not linkable ...


Bodies in the desert

By The Daily Sentinel

The body farm — Mesa State College’s proposed Forensic Anthropology Research Center — appears headed to the desert between Whitewater and Grand Junction. That is a reasonable resolution to the controversy that erupted ...


To kick butt or not to kick butt: That was the question

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Scene: An office in the West Wing. President of the United States: Dude, what should I do? I am so angry. How could he stab me like that? Courtier Gibbs: Man, I have never seen you so angry. POTUS: Yeah. How could that guy say those things ...


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