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Information lacking on patrolman’s arrest

By The Daily Sentinel

A typical news release from the Grand Junction Police Department regarding the arrest of an individual suspected in a crime involves critical information such as the time of arrest, the location where the arrest was made and, most importantly, ...


Xcel seeks to expand solar rebate program

By Emily Shockley

Xcel Energy filed a request Monday with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to expand its Solar*Rewards program and meet the requirements of the Renewable Energy Financing Act of 2009. The act, also known as Colorado Senate Bill 51, goes ...


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Mesa County issues health advisory; haze could linger throughout week

By Emily Shockley

A health advisory issued Monday by the Mesa County Health Department continues today because of a thick layer of smoke blanketing the valley. Multiple wildfires torching the West Coast have generated most of the smoke, although wildfires in ...


Ritter singin’ different tune on natural gas, new official says

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Gov. Bill Ritter has a new point of view about natural gas, his new head of economic development told officials Monday in Grand Junction. Natural gas is “where the Western Slope is going to sing” in Ritter’s effort to build ...


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Main Street face-lift could triple in cost to more than $9 million

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A plan to renovate the retail hub and tourist draw that is downtown Grand Junction’s Main Street could cost nearly triple what officials originally estimated. The Grand Junction City Council unanimously approved a plan Monday night that ...


What’s the real problem? Getting to heart of matter

By Sheri Fisher

“How was your back-to-school transition?” I asked as Chad sat down for our coaching session. “The kids did great!” he said. “But this time of year is difficult for Carrie. She feels like others are going back to ...


What’s the real problem? Getting to heart of matter

By Sheri Fisher

“How was your back-to-school transition?” I asked as Chad sat down for our coaching session. “The kids did great!” he said. “But this time of year is difficult for Carrie. She feels like others are going back to ...


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Mesa falls 2-0 to Saint Mary’s

By Scott Schlaufman

In soccer it’s rare to get multiple scoring chances, and ultimately a game is decided by how a team uses its chances. That was the dilemma Sunday as Mesa State College’s men’s soccer team lost 2-0 to Saint Mary’s ...


Slope Sistair III draws a dozen competitors

By Staff

For the women who arrived by plane or automobile to converge on Glade Park over the weekend, it was the camaraderie they most looked forward to. That and the riding. The competition was an afterthought. Slope Sistair III, a ...


Hypocrisy in Massachusetts

By The Daily Sentinel

Sen. Edward Kennedy’s funeral has barely been completed, but a political war is already under way over how to replace the Democratic icon. It’s a conflict that Kennedy himself helped initiate, one that highlights the hypocrisy of ...


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