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Police probing early morning stabbing

By {screen_name}

Grand Junction police are investigating a stabbing that occurred at a home early this morning. Sgt. Pete Chapola said an unknown person believed to be a man forced entry into 2801 Mesa Ave. around 5 a.m. During an ensuing struggle, one of the ...

Clyde Peterman mug

Some had ‘issues’ with gay slay victim

By Paul Shockley

A teacher in Wisconsin, Clyde Peterman looked to Grand Junction for a fresh start. Here, he was murdered in a case that has baffled detectives for 32 years. Peterman, 45, was found in the bathtub of his apartment at 246 Belford Ave., Unit 6, ...

Gerald Burns

Transient’s murder goes cold

By Paul Shockley

By the time police in 1986 were told of a man’s killing and arrived at the scene, they wondered if they had a real crime scene left at all. “It was pretty well scavenged,” Grand Junction Police Department Cmdr. Mike Nordine ...

Deborah Tomlinson

Father waits for call in daughter’s unsolved slaying

By Paul Shockley

For 35 years, horror and hope have come with phone calls for Mack-area rancher Jim Tomlinson. The 73-year-old keeps a cellular phone in the pocket of his work shirt and rises early most mornings, tending to his cattle roaming west-valley ...

Printed letters, May 1, 2011

By Staff

A notice to residents of Mesa County: If you’re going before the county commissioners for approval or disapproval of a proposed project, you had better be the one holding the money. As a resident of Loma, I attended all meetings ...

Rough times for economic development

By The Daily Sentinel

These are difficult times for those involved with economic development, not just in western Colorado but across the nation. Although there are more and more signs that the economy is slowly recovering from the recession that began almost four ...

You Said It, May 1, 2011

By Special to the Sentinel

I can’t imagine a worse renaming than Colorado Mesa University. Are the Mesa State trustees smoking the left over dope from the closing of the pot shops? Talk about a classic case of “If it’s not broke don’t fix ...


Writer marks Amtrak’s 40th anniversary with first train trip

By Melinda Mawdsley

I’ve never associated travel with relaxation. Sure, I’ve found peace on a Mexican beach or at a ballpark, but the airplane flights or road trips to get there were full of exhaustion, annoyance, or both, contributing to my wishes ...


Keeping Western Slope district intact is essential

By Guest Columnist

By Bonnie Petersen It was rather enlightening to sit in on the meeting of the Joint Committee on Redistricting last month. It is amazing to hear the perceptions of people who don’t live in our district and how they might make changes ...

Merger of agencies can aid all who value Colorado outdoors

By Guest Columnist

By Sen. Gail Schwartz and Rep. Jerry Sonnenberg Talking about making government more efficient is easy. Who in any political party or interest group doesn’t want a more efficient government? Doing anything about it is something ...

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