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Four Grand Valley wineries win county fair gold medals

By Dave Buchanan

One of Colorado’s oldest wineries took top honors this week at the Mesa County Fair Commercial Winemaker’s Competition. Grande River Vineyards, the fifth-licensed winery in a state now boasting more than 100 licensed wineries, was ...


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Pro-pot message delivered from on high

By Charles Ashby

Evangelist and one-time presidential contender Pat Robertson has not asked the backers of a ballot measure to regulate marijuana like alcohol to stop using his image in a Grand Junction billboard, those backers said Wednesday. And they ...


Grand Junction council drops tax on lumber from beetle killed trees

By Amy Hamilton

A local sawmill owner and lumber customers should get a break on purchasing timber that has been affected by bark beetles. Doug Jones of Doug Jones Sawmill, a Grand Junction business, pressed the city of Grand Junction to fall in line with ...


CSU president wants to discuss state funding

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Colorado State University President Tony Frank wants to have a conversation about higher education funding in Colorado. Frank said in a meeting Wednesday with The Daily Sentinel’s editorial board higher education doesn’t cost more ...


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Two arrested in Barnes Electric armed robbery

By Paul Shockley

Two people have been arrested in connection with Monday’s attempted armed robbery and assault of a woman outside a business on Riverside Parkway. Jeremyah D. Woolbright, 23, of Grand Junction, was arrested by SWAT officers late Tuesday ...


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Library expansion a nod to business

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The new downtown Grand Junction library will be built for readers and for business. The library, which is to be expanded from 35,000 square feet to 45,000 square feet as part of a project that will get under way this year, will be geared to ...


Drilling protest planned for weekly Glenwood Springs concert

By Dennis Webb

Two Carbondale men making a documentary they say will examine the threat of natural gas development to watersheds are planning to stage and film a quasi-flash mob event tonight in Glenwood Springs. The event is scheduled to occur during the ...


Grant to help CMU give financial counseling to students

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Colorado Mesa University will use $25,000 in seed money to help students better understand the financial burdens of higher education. Education Cents, a financial literacy program under the umbrella of the Colorado Department of Higher ...


Sentinel to host environmental symposium

By Staff

From record drought to the West’s most important waterway, invasive weeds to endangered wildflowers, a history of uranium mining to expanding oil and gas production, red rock canyons to white peaks, gray deserts and no less than five ...


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Tipton keeps fundraising lead over Pace

By Charles Ashby

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton continues to outpace Democrat Sal Pace in campaign fundraising, but not by much. Tipton took in about $416,000 in the second quarter of the year, and his Democratic challenger for the 3rd Congressional District raised ...


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