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Resolution makers can get help from apps on tech devices

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A University of Scranton study published Dec. 13 in the Journal of Clinical Psychology found that a quarter of all New Year’s resolutions are abandoned within the first week. Make it past that first week, though, and about half — ...


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Suspect photographed in knifepoint robbery

By Staff

The Grand Junction Police Department on Monday released a surveillance photo in hopes of identifying a man who reportedly robbed a business at knifepoint and assaulted a worker. Officers were called just before 7 p.m. Saturday on a report of ...


Groups poised to challenge coal mine expansion

By Duffy Hayes

The recent decision by the Bureau of Land Management to allow expanded federal coal leasing just east of Paonia will threaten critical lynx habitat, says a coalition of environmental protection groups opposed to the expansion. The collection ...


Gas commission proposes new set of rules for drilling

By Duffy Hayes

As in 2009, when Colorado put in place the nation’s strictest rules regulating oil and gas extraction, the state appears poised to raise the regulatory bar once again with new, more-stringent rules. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation ...


District 51 sets meetings for 2013-14 calendar, four-day week options

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School District 51 will host informational meetings Jan. 10 at four different schools to gather community feedback on various school calendar options. Members of a staff committee tasked with researching different calendar scenarios presented ...


Churches organize gun buyback in Pueblo

By The AP

PUEBLO — Church pastors organized a small gun buyback in Pueblo in response to the elementary school shootings in Connecticut. The Pueblo Chieftain reports that Sunday’s buyback netted only seven rifles, one handgun and 30 rounds ...


Murder conspiracy suspect found with escape plan

By The AP

MONTROSE — Montrose County authorities say they found a handwritten escape plan devised by a man charged in an alleged murder-theft plot. Sheriff Rick Dunlap tells The Montrose Daily Press (http://bit.ly/TPbQNm ) the plan was found with ...


Best of 2012 GJsentinel.com

By Staff

TOP 10 MOST VIEWED NEWS STORIES ON GJSENTINEL.COM IN 2012 1. “Pine Ridge Fire grows to 1,500 acres” On July 27, a large fire started near De Beque that grew and spread rapidly. Over the next two days, Daily Sentinel reporters ...


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Outdoor ice rink allows students to skate circles around boredom

By Amy Hamilton

School’s out, the last of the Christmas cookies have been devoured and even playing video games is getting old. What to do? Test your skills at Grand Junction’s only ice skating rink, of course. That was the thinking for ...


Library prepares tech-check, e-reader sessions

By Duffy Hayes

So alone. That’s the feeling many people get this time of year after finding fancy new electronic gadgets such as iPads, tablet computers, Nooks and Kindles under the tree, then being left to their own devices to figure out how to ...


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