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Published: 2017-01-22T12:59:00+00:00


Deeds over dark words


By now you’ve most certainly gotten the full range of reactions to President Trump’s inaugural address.

Protect Colorado’s health care
access and coverage gains


The path to good health takes shape in and beyond the clinic — it is influenced by opportunities and challenges we face at home, in our communities and through public policy.

How does event center fit into larger plan for community?


Editor’s Note: Robin Brown is no stranger to The Daily Sentinel. For the past two years she’s been writing “Why We Live Here” in Thursday’s Trending section. We invited her to migrate to the Sunday Commentary page and share her perspective on local issues.

Printed Letters: January 22, 2017


As an angler and avid outdoorsman I am relieved that Donald Trump’s pick to manage America’s prized public lands doesn’t want to sell them off to the highest bidder. But I am troubled by Rep. Zinke’s equivocation on climate science.

Prep wrestling results, Jan. 21 2017


Screaming Eagle Tournament

Boys basketball scores, Jan. 21 2017


Steamboat Springs 45, Palisade 34

Girls basketball scores, Jan 21, 2017


Palisade 65, Steamboat 19

Ute Tribe renews its proposal for casino


The Northern Ute Tribe is back with a renewed proposal for a casino gaming project in the tiny town of Dinosaur just across the Colorado border, but this time with the idea of buying some nearby federal land as well.

Women’s March fills Junction Main Street


hey came with their signs, wearing pink hats.

Colorado Mesa basketball scores, Jan. 21, 2017


Colorado Mesa 80, UCCS 75

Suspect accused of assaulting Montrose police officer


A 29-year-old Montrose woman accused of kicking an officer in the face twice and grabbing for her service revolver while trying to escape custody now faces a slew of felony charges.

Police: Man accused of impersonating officer to obtain sexual favors


A Grand Junction man arrested for alleged sexual assault of a teenager last week also is involved in a 3-year-old case where a woman reported he pretended to be a police officer and demanded sexual favors or he would put her in jail.

Airport fires at Jviation, countering its lawsuit


Had a Front Range consultant lived up to its billing on aviation-related matters, Grand Junction Regional Airport might never have ended up in the mess it did, the airport says in court papers.

Blotter, Jan. 22, 2017


Police seek camera man

You Said It, Jan. 22, 2017


Once again, it is in the news — Montrose is opening a new recreation center. It is no surprise that we have asked over and over to get one here in Grand Junction. Fruita, Delta, Eagle, Avon all have one. What does a person have to do to get someone to listen to the taxpayers of this valley? We don’t want an events center that is too expensive to attend. It is sad that no one will listen.

Book notes, Jan. 22, 2017


Poetry tour plans 4 stops this week

Leading the play


Feng Ovak, bless his heart, is not the brightest or luckiest half-orc, half-human to take on an infestation of dire rats.

Making progress


The coaches were quick to point it out: Two wins in a row is just that, two in a row. You’ve gotta win three to call it a winning streak.

Mavs top Mountain Lions for 4th straight win


There’s a line in the movie “Hook” after the Lost Boys defeat Captain Hook, one boy looks up and grins. “That was a great game.”

Hotchkiss wins title at Paonia wrestling tournament


Paonia’s Screaming Eagle Tournament is always one of the toughest pre-regional wrestling tournaments on the Western Slope.

Big second quarter lifts Warriors past Demons


Kyle Blair scored 18 points to pace the Central High School boys basketball team, which used a big second-quarter run to pull away from Durango, 56-47.

Weekly Calendar, Jan. 22, 2017


Jan. 22

Your Town, Jan. 22, 2017


It was this time last year that I had the thrill of seeing my first bald eagle in Colorado.

Sports Briefs, Jan. 21, 2017


College Swimming

Brown carries Palisade to big win


As the Palisade High School marching band blared “The Imperial March” from “Star Wars” on Saturday afternoon, Christa Brown was coming off back-to-back steals for layups and a wide open 3-pointer.

‘Where I am supposed to be’


Emma Malmquist was excited when the much-anticipated package arrived.

Bringing cultures together


RIDGWAY — The cheers soared like falling dominoes, as competitors galloped and slid around the corner of the race track.

Local property sales pushing boom-time levels


Grand Valley real estate values ended 2016 on a high note and 2017 shows every sign of continuing the trend, according to a Grand Junction title company.

Gray Gourmet, Jan. 22, 2017


All meals served with 1 percent milk:

Biz Buzz, Jan. 22, 2017


Christella Kay wants her clients to know there’s no reason to be embarrassed about their lack of computer knowledge.