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Sheriff: Offensive e-mail was written by county employee

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An e-mail that used a vulgar term in criticizing Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis and the commission’s would-be pick for the county administrator job was sent by a county employee, Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey announced Friday. An ...


Aiming to fix head-scratching addresses

By Amy Hamilton

If you plan to visit Judith Prakken and her husband, William, save some time and frustration by writing down their directions or use an online locator. The address of the couple’s home of more than three decades is in the cul-de-sac of ...

Health choice changes mind, now wants job

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A Nebraska man tapped to become Mesa County’s public health director told The Daily Sentinel on Friday he likely will take the job, a week after shunning the position over the current turmoil within the county. Jeff Kuhr, the current ...

Jury: Amy Adamson guilty on all but first-degree murder

By Amy Hamilton

A jury this afternoon found Amy Adamson, 20, guilty on all charges except first-degree murder. The jury found Adamson guilty on charges of second-degree murder, first degree assault with a deadly weapon, tampering with physical evidence, ...


County pulls administrator offer to Freilinger

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Mesa County officials announced late this afternoon to employees that commissioners have pulled the county administrator job offer to Michael Freilinger, who was conditionally offered the job two weeks ago. County Commissioner Craig Meis ...

Sheriff: Vulgar e-mail sent by county employee

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An e-mail that used an obscene term in criticizing Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis and the commissioners’ would-be pick for county administrator job was sent by a county employee, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department confirmed ...

E-mail letters, Nov. 19, 2010

By Staff

Meis held to the same standards as taxpayers Please allow me the opportunity to extend my heart-felt apology, on behalf of the good citizens of Mesa County, to Craig Meis on his own little Watergate Affair. To be mistaken for “one of ...

US rig count decreases by 8

By The AP

HOUSTON — The number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. decreased by eight this week to 1,677. Houston-based Baker Hughes Inc. said today that 936 rigs were exploring for natural gas and 731 for oil. Ten were ...

Police: ‘Terrible’ accident on U.S. 50 near Delta

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U.S. Hwy. 50 is back open in the Delta area after a two-vehicle crash earlier led to one driver being flown by helicopter to a Grand Junction hospital. The accident occurred before 1 p.m. on U.S. 50 in the north part of the city, Delta police ...

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Magic is eternal, but the Harry Potter era of premieres nears its end

By Rachel Sauer

It’s not that the magic is ending. Magic, as everyone knows, is unchanging and universal, always as near as a flick of the wand. But an era is ending. For 13 years, there’s been the hope of something new — a new revelation, ...

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