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Published: 2017-07-27T20:19:00+00:00


Browns Around Town: Join us in our quest 
to live deeper


‘If you can’t live longer, live deeper.’

Lines West, July 28, 2017



Email Letters: July 27, 2017


Making their own way


Printed Letters: July 27, 2017


The numbers in Erin McIntyre’s report, “Parental assistance the goal of workshop,” are alarming — 300 children were placed outside their homes by child-protective services and 700 abuse or neglect cases substantiated by child-protection officials among 4,200 referrals to CPS in 2016.

People already have a ‘Better Deal’


When Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. NancyPelosi announced in Virginia this week that the Democratic Party would be offering the American public a “Better Deal” as part of the strategy for 2018, I was pleased but curious about what they would do with their time after they had resigned from Congress and left public life. But I found out that wasn’t what they were talking about.

A risky game


At what point does the mounting evidence that football-related head injuries cause brain disease require some type of intervention?

John Stene Interview


Mesa County Sheriff’s Office investigators interview John Stene regarding the shooting of Travis Carothers. (Video provided by the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office.)

The present & the future


About five years ago, there was a pre-high school youngster who was already showing special potential.

Grand Junction Rockies recap, July 26, 2017


Grand Junction 6,
Great falls 4
Wednesday at Suplizio Field

Local tennis results, July 26, 2017


Western Slope Open

Local golf results, July 26, 2017


Holes in One

Grand Junction Rockies box, July 26, 2017


Grand Junction 6, Great Falls 4

Timeout, July 26, 2017


Timeout guidelines: Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event to 970-244-8578, email to or mail to Sports Timeout, The Daily Sentinel, 734 South 7th Street, Grand Junction, 81501. Include a phone number to call for information. Items will not be taken over the phone.

Rockies rebound against Voyagers


The Grand Junction Rockies snapped a three-game skid with a win over the Great Falls Voyagers.

Peabody seeks expansion of Routt federal coal lease


Peabody Energy is hoping to increase its federal coal lease by the equivalent of a square mile at its Twentymile Coal LLC Foidel Creek Mine in Routt County, one of the state’s most productive coal mines.

Thousands comment on Arch expansion


Tens of thousands of comments have been submitted on a proposal to expand federal coal leases beneath 1,700 acres of a North Fork Valley roadless area, which could lead to extensive temporary roads and well pads on the surface and venting of methane to the atmosphere.

Slaying suspect
 also faces charge of underage sex


The 20-year-old man accused in the July 15 shooting death of a Whitewater teen has been charged with four felony counts, including first-degree murder and patronizing a prostituted child.

Area mosquitoes 
have tested positive
 for West Nile virus


Mosquitoes in the Grand Junction area are now carrying West Nile virus, according to test results released Wednesday by the Mesa County Health Department, marking the first confirmed local virus activity of the season.

Blotter, July 27, 2017


Police: Mother-son outing ends in crash, $10K bond

Death notices, July 27, 2017


■ Gary L. Boden, 69, Hotchkiss, died July 4, 2017, in Ontario, Canada.

Getting It Right, July 27, 2017


A story on page 3A Monday should have said that the Pathway Connect college preparation program requires membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The List: Greatest movies about money, business


Greatest movies about money, business:

Yes, you can buy happiness — if you spend it to save time


WASHINGTON — Yes, you can buy happiness — especially if the money saves you time.

You Saw It, July 27, 2017