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Victims may speak at fraud sentencing

By {screen_name}

There might be many angry investors who are left to recover but a few pennies on the dollar from the collapse of Valley Investments, but only two signed up to ask for retribution at a sentencing hearing, according to one. Two employees of ...


Blotter, Oct. 13, 2011

By Staff

Bonds set for local couple A judge set bond at $250,000 for Dartanin Mitchell, 33, and $1 million for Jennifer Mitchell, 23, during first court appearances Wednesday morning in Memphis, Tenn., according to Memphis Police Sgt. Alyssa ...


RMAC Soccer standings, Oct. 12, 2011

By Staff

RMAC Men’s Standings RMAC Overall W L T Pts. W L T Pts. Fort Lewis 9 0 0 27 13 0 0 39 Colorado Mines 6 2 1 19 8 3 1 25 Regis 5 2 1 16 8 2 1 25 Metro State 5 4 0 15 7 5 1 22 CU-Colo. Springs 5 4 0 15 7 6 0 21 ...


Driver hurt as semi rolls down ravine

By Paul Shockley

A semi hauling a trailer near Collbran careened off a road and hundreds of feet down a ravine, seriously injuring its driver, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Trooper Heather Cobler said the semi and trailer, owned by oil and gas ...


Colorado Mesa soccer score, Oct. 12, 2011

By Staff

Fort Lewis 1, Colorado Mesa 0 Men Wednesday at Walker Field Halftime: FLC 0, CMU 0 Goals: Derek Freeman (Alberto Rodriguez), FLC, 62:48. Shots: FLC 12, CMU 7. Goalies, saves: Ryan Wirth, FLC, 3; Micah Conrads, CMU, 4. Corner kicks: FLC ...


Bowling results, Oct. 12, 2011

By Staff

Local Highlights Freeway Bowl NFL Trio High scores — Morgan Robinson 279 (705), Mike Hillen 268 (696), Allen Thompson 245 (667), Jerry Lockwood 243 (654), Eldon Nestles 244 (661), Brian Schurz 244 (672), Marc Holzer 256 (647), Bob ...


Printed letters, Oct. 13, 2011

By Staff

As someone who is familiar with the Roan Plateau Resource Management Plan, I was disappointed with coverage given that plan in the developing situation article written by Dave Buchanan on Oct. 5. To write about the Roan Plateau only from the ...


State aimed well on Arrow Electronics

By The Daily Sentinel

The announcement Tuesday that Arrow Electronics will shift its corporate headquarters from Long Island, N.Y., to Colorado was great news for the state — not just the Front Range. For one thing, it will raise Colorado’s reputation ...


Good riddance to a bad bill

By The Daily Sentinel

Republicans in the U.S. Senate, assisted by two Democrats facing re-election, killed President Barack Obama’s latest jobs bill. That’s neither a surprise nor a disappointment. Even if the bill had won approval in the Senate, there ...


Nostalgia for past protests marks Occupy Grand Junction movement

By Rick Wagner

On Oct. 13, a news article reported that a thousand people gathered in Grand Junction to protest what they believed to be government actions promoting business interests at the expense of the workers. Some of you might’ve missed this, ...


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