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Woman charged with 1st-degree murder in stabbing death

By Paul Shockley

Prosecutors on Tuesday filed a first-degree murder charge against a 19-year-old woman, alleging she aimed to kill 20-year-old Ramon Sandoval when she stabbed him earlier this month. Amy Adamson Gonzalez, of Grand Junction, also was charged ...


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Bitter blast

By Staff

Snowy scenes from all around a wintry Grand Valley.  ...


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Obama opposition

By Staff

Crowds gathered in opposition before the president’s visit.  ...


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Montrose crash landing

By William Woody

Scenes from the Montrose neighborhood where a small plane crash-landed.  ...


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Obama town hall

By Staff

Sentinel photogs capture images from the president’s whirlwind visit.  ...


State of Union is likely to be disliked by many

By The Daily Sentinel

A year in, it appears that President Obama is learning that this executive branch stuff is tricky. It’s no secret that for a year the political right in the United States has been chafing and that it took great glee in capturing the ...


‘Cannabis Crown’ is not about medicine

By The Daily Sentinel

Getting stoned is not the same thing as getting medicated. Medical testing is generally conducted in sterile circumstances under careful controls designed to ensure that experiments are unaffected by outside factors, especially when dealing ...


Voters of both parties object to Supreme Court activism

By Bill Grant

If anything can unite Americans across party and ideological lines, it should be the arrogant and unprecedented Supreme Court ruling that corporations are “persons” with all the protections and rights of the Constitution. In a ...


Printed letters, Jan. 27, 2010

By Staff

Uranium mining still poses health risks Do people move to Grand Junction to be a part of “energy alley” or to be immersed in the on going legacy of boom-and-bust uranium mining and milling? We moved here because Mesa County was ...


E-mail letters, Jan. 26, 2010

By Staff

Uranium drilling still poses health risks Do people move to Grand Junction to be a part of “energy alley” or to be immersed in the on-going legacy of boom-and-bust uranium mining and milling? We moved here because Mesa County was ...


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