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Wildfire burning between Delta and Whitewater

By The Daily Sentinel

A lightning-caused wildfire that started on private land Friday grew to 100 acres this weekend and moved onto the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forest, according to a news release from the Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire ...


UPDATE: Eastbound lanes, one westbound lane of I-70 open after fiery crash near Avon

By The Daily Sentinel

Both eastbound lanes and one westbound lane of Interstate 70 near Avon have reopened after a morning crash and explosion, the Colorado Department of Transportation said in a release. One westbound lane will remain closed until a contractor ...


Palisade falls in district final

By {screen_name}

Palisade High School’s baseball team lost to Windsor 8-3 today in the championship game of the Class 4A District 2 tournament in Evergreen. After beating Lewis-Palmer 5-3 in the semifinals, the Bulldogs committed an uncharacteristic ...


Lasers flashed at 2 planes on approach SLC airport

By The Associated Press

SALT LAKE CITY — Police are searching for someone who flashed green lasers at the cockpits of two aircraft as they made their final approach to land at Salt Lake International Airport. Pointing a laser at a plane is a federal crime and ...


Car hits beam of elevated train in Chicago; 4 die

By The Associated Press

CHICAGO — A speeding car hit a support beam of a Chicago elevated train track, crashing with enough force to split in two and killing four passengers inside, authorities said today. The Cook County medical examiner’s office said ...


US 6 closure in Clear Creek Canyon miffs kayakers

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A project to install fiber-optic cable in Clear Creek Canyon west of Denver will prevent some kayakers from getting to the area’s world-class rapids. The Denver Post reports, beginning today, the state Department of ...


Thieves clean out storage unit of airman on duty

By The Associated Press

ROY, Utah — Police are searching for thieves who broke into the Utah storage unit of an airman serving in Afghanistan and took most of his personal belongings. Among other items, thieves took wedding rings, photographs, custom snowboard ...


Adobe Creek Mixed League May 13, 2012

By Julie Norman

Adobe Creek Mixed League - May 13, 2012 Dice Scramble - Mesa Course 1st Bernie T., Glenda O., John D., Wynona M.   2nd Chuck T., Linda T., Steve S., ...


Printed letters, May 13, 2012

By Staff

I support the change in designation of Colorado National Monument to a national park. When I moved to Grand Junction in 1973, I lived on the west end of South Broadway. I could stand on my front porch and not see another building. Mesa ...


Cleaning desert eyesores helps entire community

By The Daily Sentinel

Neighbors’ anger is understandable over the unauthorized junkyard that developed on property near theirs north of Interstate 70 off 33 Road. The unsightly mess at 761 33 Road has undoubtedly hurt their property values, as well as their ...


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