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Montrose ex-DA could lose law license

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Former 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra’s ability to practice law in Colorado could be in jeopardy now that he has been convicted of a felony. Serra, 49, was convicted Wednesday on three counts, including one ...


Powderhorn season pass costs less than last year

By Amy Hamilton

Phones were ringing nonstop Thursday at Powderhorn Ski Resort as skiers and snowboarders locked in the year’s lowest season ticket prices. Until Oct. 14, season passes for adults are $399, down from last year’s early-purchase rate ...


Police Blotter, Sept. 2, 2011

By Staff

$20,000 in property stolen The Grand Junction Police Department is asking for help in finding property taken from four sheds in the backyard of a home in the 500 block of West Colorado Avenue. The couple who owns the home, which is being ...


CMU drops season opener

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Colorado Mesa University’s football season opener didn’t go as the Mavericks hoped tonight, falling 29-3 to Humboldt State University at Stocker Stadium. The Mavericks gave up 381 passing yards and 528 yards of total offense, more ...


Two men indicted in three Western Slope robberies

By Amy Hamilton

Two men who are already under arrest have been indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with robbing three Western Slope banks. Troy A. Ashley, 24, and Brandon Smith, 33, were apprehened by police in Grand Junction after allegedly ...


Two men indicted in three Western Slope robberies

By Amy Hamilton

Two men who are already under arrest have been indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with robbing three Western Slope banks. Troy A. Ashley, 24, and Brandon Smith, 33, were apprehened by police in Grand Junction after allegedly ...


Printed letters, Sept. 2, 2011

By Staff

U.S. Reps. Dick Lamborn and Scott Tipton’s use of tax dollars, staff time and congressional authority to hold an oversight hearing in Grand Junction to tell themselves what they wanted to believe exhibits the same approach to solving our ...


Labor Day, 2011

By The Daily Sentinel

The long Labor Day weekend that begins, for many, as soon as they can leave work today traditionally marks the end of the summer season — the bookend to Memorial Day, which signals the beginning of summer. Most recent years, it has been ...


Pelosi, Degette receive earful on jobs

By Josh Penry

Nancy Pelosi was in Denver this week touting, you guessed it, jobs. Being in a swing state a year out from a big national election gives one the decided impression that Barnum and Bailey has relocated somewhere down the street, and the Pelosi ...


Tiara Rado Senior Men’s Club September 1, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Senior Men's League - September 1, 2011 Low Gross / Low Net 3 Clubs - Flight 1 1st Gross Mark Fish 77 2nd Gross  ...


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