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Montrose festival brings cultures together

By William Woody

MONTROSE —  Organizers of the inaugural International Music and Food Festival, hosted Saturday in Montrose, say they want to make the event an annual fixture on the city’s calendar. Hundreds of people crisscrossed the ...


4 small wildfires burning, causing smoky skies

By Staff

Residents in the Montrose area likely have been subjected to smoky skies in the past couple of days. Four wildfires started by lightning strikes were burning on public lands Saturday, according to the Montrose Interagency Fire Management ...


Getting It Right, July 3, 2011

By Staff

A story on Page One on Friday, “Powderhorn auction approaches,” should have said the Aug. 4 auction of Powderhorn Ski Resort will be an absolute auction. Caley King Newberry, communications manager for J.P. King Auction Co., which ...


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48-year sentence upheld

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Court of Appeals last week upheld a sentence for a man who repeatedly beat a De Beque rancher in the head with a sledgehammer handle, killing him. Kenneth E. Wright, of Rifle, 45, asked a panel of appellate judges to throw out ...


Blotter, July 3, 2011

By Staff

Assault on family member alleged A Grand Junction man was arrested Friday on suspicion of being intoxicated, and choking and assaulting an older family member, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Harley Michael Hutton, ...


You Said It, July 3, 2011

By Staff

Shame on you to the lady in the front row at Country Jam for taking Alan Jackson’s guitar pick away from my 12-year-old great-niece after she dived to the ground to get it. Next time, stay home. People like you give Country Jam a bad ...


Adobe Creek Mixed League July 3, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Mixed League - July 3, 2011 Skins - Mesa Course Tie - 2 skins each Joyce C., Elijah L.   Tie - 2 skins each Judy H., Phil ...


Printed letters, July 3, 2011

By Staff

GJ Pipe’s Ron Tipping was a man of his word I saw in The Daily Sentinel that Ron Tipping has sold Grand Junction Pipe and Supply. I was one of the Redlands residents who in the 1990s were concerned about the proposed gravel pit being ...


Hoping for a sign of change in Colorado National Monument

By Denny Herzog

A couple years ago, I was asked to serve on the board of the Colorado National Monument Association. I agreed. Unfortunately I didn’t do my homework first. That was my mistake and I regret it. Board members for any organization should be ...


‘Consent of governed’ sought for Dist. 51

By The Daily Sentinel

Most Americans recall that the Declaration of Independence states that all men have the right to “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.” But how many recall the next section of our founding document that says: “That to ...


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