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Abandoned dogs are part of grim epidemic

By William Woody

CRAWFORD — Eleven dogs that were dumped near Delta, Cedaredge and Paonia earlier this month are recovering well, but the trend of animal abandonment is clearly on the rise, according to Black Canyon Animal Sanctuary owner Debbie ...


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Street preacher rattles some CMU students

By Amy Hamilton

Hateful, bigoted remarks by a man who dubbed himself Shawn the Baptist weren’t welcome by students Wednesday at Colorado Mesa University. Groups of students gathered around Shawn Holes, a self-proclaimed born-again Christian and ...


Panel studying park status takes ‘windshield tour’ of monument

By The Daily Sentinel

Nine members of a committee studying whether to seek national park status for Colorado National Monument toured Rim Rock Drive on Wednesday in the same manner as most of the monument’s visitors. It was what monument staff think of as a ...


Police blottery, Sept. 29, 2011

By Staff

Potato salad was flying Ruben Ramos, 37, was issued a summons on suspicion of harassment Monday night after he allegedly threw potato salad at another man in the deli department of City Market, 200 Rood Ave., according to the Grand Junction ...


Death notices, Sept. 29, 2011

By Staff

Michael Granum, 71, Grand Junction, died Sept. 24, 2011, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at 1920 N. 17th St. Survivors include his wife, Sharon; one brother, Dennis of Grand Junction; and one sister, Anita ...


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Honor Flight 2011

By Christopher Tomlinson

Honor Flight 2011  ...


GJPD to bring back street unit with $1M grant

By Paul Shockley

A federal grant will allow the Grand Junction Police Department to bring back a touted unit tasked with busting street-level drug dealing and property crime, which was scrapped last year in the face of budget uncertainty and internal ...


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Feds: Jahani violated bond conditions

By Paul Shockley

Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to revoke the bond of a former western Colorado doctor under indictment, claiming in a motion he sought contact with a potential witness in violation of a court order. The motion, which was filed ...


More money is not the answer for repairing public education

By Rick Wagner

It’s almost time for the left’s favorite holiday: Halloween! No messy patriotism or unconstitutional religious overtones, just pretending to be something that you’re not. This brings us to the latest attempted override of ...


Printed letters, Sept. 29, 2011

By Staff

Colorado has added more than most other states to the current federal oil industry regulations. The Mesa County commissioners also spent $160,000 for consultants to come up with new county regulations. A lot of companies cancelled drilling ...


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