Western Colorado

Page 1319 of 1888


Forest Service chief upholds rejection of ski resort’s expansion plan

By Staff

A representative of U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell upheld a local supervisor’s decision rejecting a proposal by Crested Butte Mountain Resort to develop lift-served skiing on Snodgrass Mountain. The decision was delivered ...


Medical marijuana discussion becomes heated

By Emily Shockley

Local municipal leaders discussed the pros and cons Wednesday night of asking voters whether medical marijuana centers should be banned in parts or all of Mesa County. A ballot question for this November would have to be approved by ...


GALVEZ Miriam

Body found in river was Grand Junction woman’s

By Paul Shockley

The last time 43-year-old Miriam Galvez saw her father, she tried to avoid him. Mattie Galvez, 78, of Clifton, said her husband, Jack, caught a last glimpse of their troubled youngest child July 7 at Catholic Outreach’s Soup Kitchen, ...


Valley home sales crawl back

By {screen_name}

The Grand Valley housing market hit bottom last year and made slight gains through the first half of 2010, according to a Grand Junction title company. The first quarter of 2010 showed the first increase in a while, so the continued trend ...


062510 Body farm map

Few bodies at meeting on forensic lab plan

By {screen_name}

An open house intended to answer questions about Mesa State College’s forensic anthropology research center drew just a handful of people Wednesday evening, a likely indication the public has few or no qualms about the facility. More ...


071410 Light Gives Heat

Nonprofit hits $20,000 jackpot on Facebook

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Think social networking is a waste of time? Think again. For one local nonprofit it was instrumental in securing a $20,000 blessing. Light Gives Heat, an organization dedicated to helping women in Uganda by selling their handmade necklaces ...


Scott McInnis

McInnis firm as plagiarism reports grow

By Charles Ashby

Former congressman Scott McInnis has no intention of withdrawing from the race for Colorado governor, his campaign said Wednesday. But while Democrats, Front Range newspapers and conservative radio talk show hosts were calling for him to ...


Road closure lifted as wildfire dies down

By Staff

Fire officials plan to lift road closures Friday related to the Water Creek Fire on the Roan Plateau north of Rifle, the Bureau of Land Management said Wednesday. The 370-acre fire was first reported on June 19 and was started by lightning. ...


Judge rejects challenge to candidacy of Jane Norton

By Staff

A Denver District judge Wednesday rejected a legal challenge to Jane Norton’s U.S. Senate candidacy. Judge Robert S. Hyatt upheld the ruling of the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office that found she had sufficient signatures to ...


Bennet raises $1.2 million in 2nd quarter

By Staff

Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., raised $1.24 million in the second quarter of 2010, prompting his campaign to crow that he is better positioned to fight off a GOP challenge. The quarter’s haul brings Bennet’s war chest to $7.44 ...


Page 1319 of 1888




TOP JOBS
  • Customer Service

    Retail business is seeking dependable person for permanentPT posi...

  • Accountant

    Employment OpportunitiesGrand Junction ColoradoA well ...

  • Custodian Ii

    FacilitiesFull-time classified position providing leadersh...

  • Bank Specialist ||

    BANKING SPECIALIST IILocally owned community bank seeking an Enth...

  • Assistant Dam Operator

    AssistantDam OperatorThe Upper Yampa Water Conservancy Distri...





THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Sign in to your account
Information

© 2014 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy