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Blotter, June 15, 2011

By Staff

Road rage reported A man reported Thursday that an unknown man pulled a handgun on him during a suspected road rage incident near 32 and C roads. Deputies checked the area but couldn’t find the suspect. Drug possession ...


Man guilty of killing father with hatchet

By Dennis Webb

A second trial has resulted in the conviction of a man accused of killing his father in Rangely with a hatchet in 2009. A nine-woman, three-man jury in Glenwood Springs today convicted Jerry D. Snider, Jr., 31, of murder and aggravated ...


CDOW weekly fishing report — June 14, 2011

By Special to the Sentinel

For a certain segment of Colorado anglers, mid June means the start of the gator-hunting season, or at least a time for some big-game fishing. Northern pike, toothy top-of-the-line predators anywhere, have finished spawning in most of the ...


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Durango a haven for good eats, treats

By Paul Shockley

When John Cohen has been away from his hometown of Durango for a period of time, he likes to visit a local jewel. It’s right outside his front door. Cohen, director of the Durango Area Tourism Office, said a favorite pastime of his is ...


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Getaway to Gateway for fun and relaxation

By Rachel Sauer

Don’t come here for flashing marquees or to go-go-go all night long. Stay off Colorado Highway 141’s undulating curves if your speedometer doesn’t like dipping below 60 mph. If you want flash, if you want glitz, if you want ...


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Tennis anyone? Why not ... it’s one of the Grand Valley’s top sports

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Tennis is one of the most popular activities in the Grand Valley. There are more than 50 courts from Fruita to Palisade, including four indoor, and several tournaments through the summer and fall. For adults or children wanting to learn the ...


E-mail letters, June 14 2011

By Staff

Police should be stricter on expired license plates Over the past year, I have noticed dozens of vehicles who’s license plates have expired up to a year ago. Last week, on my way to town, there was a State Patrol car with two officers ...


Jamie Hamilton is this year’s outstanding GJ Lion

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Jamie Hamilton was prepared, with notes in hand, to speak to the Grand Junction Lions Club about the new Colorado Mesa University athletic program at their annual luncheon Tuesday afternoon. Instead, he was surprised with a standing ovation ...


Tipton’s anti-roadless, anti-wilderness stance will hurt state’s economy

By Bill Grant

While conservation activists in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District join in a statewide effort to revise the proposed Colorado Roadless Rule to preserve important roadless areas, Scott Tipton ignores the value of these lands to the ...


Printed letters, June 15, 2011

By Staff

Grand Junction needs new traffic-light programmers. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve waited up to five minutes, sometimes longer, at a crosswalk or traffic light, even when there’s no oncoming traffic. It is completely ...


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