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Glenwood man accused of firing at deputy was drunk

By Dennis Webb

A man accused of firing multiple times at a Garfield County Sheriff’s Department deputy Monday was intoxicated at the time and had a history of getting out of hand when drunk, an arrest affidavit said. The affidavit said neighbors told ...


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Fugitive caught in car used in escape

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction fugitive Dartanin Mitchell was arrested in Denver riding in the same Buick sedan that authorities believe he stole when he escaped from custody last month in Kansas, according to court records. The vehicle, a 2001 Buick Century ...


Powderhorn donating half of opening-day sales to groups

By Dave Buchanan

When Powderhorn Mountain Resort opens its 45th season at 9 a.m. Thursday, the smiles will spread far beyond Grand Mesa. The resort will donate 50 percent of its opening-day lift-ticket sales to two local nonprofit organizations, Colorado ...


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Lunch Loop system to add Three Sisters

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction can boast a bit more about its outdoor-friendly lifestyle after Mesa Land Trust won a grant to help purchase 130 acres of land that will be added to the popular Lunch Loop trail system. Great Outdoors Colorado announced Tuesday ...


New fracking rules called toughest in U.S.

By Dennis Webb

A late compromise over trade-secret exemptions led to the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission on Tuesday unanimously approving requirements that Gov. John Hickenlooper and others say will result in the most disclosure of ...


District attorney takes case of biased officer very seriously

By Guest Columnist

By Pete Hautzinger As district attorney, I represent the people of the state of Colorado, more specifically, those residents of Mesa County. In the wake of the recent revelations concerning a Colorado State Patrol internal affairs ...


Denver judge made assumptions about funding, school performance

By Rick Wagner

“The Court finds that the Colorado public school finance system is unconstitutional.” Lobato v. Colorado, decided Dec. 9, 2011. So taxpayers should probably begin deciding how much more they want to pay and/or what sort of cuts ...


Printed letter

By Staff

The United States has a wealth of minerals, oil and natural gas. We have the ability to make ourselves energy independent, erase unemployment and turn our economy around. What’s even more impressive is we have the talent and innovation ...


Compromise and comity

By The Daily Sentinel

Imagine a highly intentions public-policy issue in which the two sides of the debate gradually come to terms acceptable to both parties, largely as a result of the negotiating efforts of government leaders. That’s the sort outcome most ...


Death Notices, Dec. 14, 2011

By Staff

Margaret Anstice (McClure) Markley, 96, Cedaredge, died Dec. 7, 2011, at Horizons Healthcare & Retirement Community in Eckert. Services will be 10 a.m. Monday at Cedaredge First Baptist Church. Survivors include her two sisters, Rose L. ...


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