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UPDATE: Handgun discharges at DIA

By The AP

DENVER — A passenger at Denver International Airport who placed an undeclared handgun in his luggage won’t face criminal charges. The Denver Post reports ( that a man on his way to Kansas City placed an ...

Powderhorn purchased

By The Daily Sentinel

Andy Daly knows a thing or two about carving successful turns in the rocky terrain of the Colorado ski business. He’s worked in the state’s ski industry for more than 40 years, served as president and chief executive of Vail ...

Printed letters, Aug. 7, 2011

By Staff

Where should we send those with no place to go? In Grand Junction today we have approximately 800 destitute, homeless persons and 200 beds available at night for them to sleep upon. Although there are scores of vacant houses and buildings, ...

The drunken economy

By The Daily Sentinel

Wall Street watchers witnessed a wild ride Friday. When they opened, markets rose rapidly on the news of better-than-anticipated jobs numbers. But the gains quickly evaporated with more disturbing news of potential European-nation ...

Houston Hall was Mesa Junior College back in 1940

By Mary Louise Giblin Henderson

Many ghosts from the early 1940s still roam the corridors of Mesa State College’s Houston Hall, now in its 71st year of existence. It wasn’t Houston Hall in spring 1940 but simply Mesa Junior College. It didn’t need a ...

City parks must be made safe for families and children

By Guest Columnist

By Amy Lentz Since Jan. 1, 2009, the Grand Junction Police Department has answered nearly 300 calls for service to Hawthorne Park — almost solely in response to transient issues. On May 21 of this year, six calls were made in the same ...

Watching what occurs in Washington is so funny it hurts

By Denny Herzog

There’s only one thing left to do. When it comes time to take a look at what’s going on in Washington, all we can do is laugh. It hurts too much any more if one tries to take it seriously. Really, how could anyone take that bunch ...

Man dies in Montrose County wreck

By Staff

A Montrose man died after he lost control of his Ford F250 pickup late Friday night on P77 road near Cimarron. Stephen James Harrison, 38, was declared dead on the scene, the Colorado State Patrol said. He was driving north around a sharp ...

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Former Montrose man fashions colorful career

By Sherida Warner

Nick Coman may have graduated from Montrose High School, but his artistic yearnings eventually drew him to a more glamorous life in Hollywood Hills, Calif. Now, he excels in a career that he says makes him truly happy. A fashion designer with ...

Court: No new trial in death of toddler

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Court of Appeals rejected an appeal Thursday from a woman who sought a trial on charges relating to the fatal shaking and beating of a toddler boy. Sarah Beaudoin, 31, formerly of Grand Junction, argued in a court motion she had ...

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