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Houston firm buys Antero assets

By Dennis Webb

A Houston-based oil and gas company has identified itself as the upcoming buyer of Antero Resources’ Piceance Basin assets, and says it expects to be more active in developing them than Antero has been in recent years. “We ...

Two Rivers welcomes its new general manager

By Duffy Hayes

Officials with Two Rivers Convention Center said they felt “fortunate” to land their new general manager, Stuart Taylor, who began work this week after more than a decade managing a large facility outside of Memphis, ...


School’s robot team ready for battle

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Playing with LEGOs is a great way to learn about engineering. Just ask 10-year-old Justus Nielsen, one of 10 members of Grand Junction’s first FIRST LEGO League team. “I get to hang out with my friends and learn new things. ...

CMU endowment goal: $300,000

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University President Tim Foster is giving private donors until Dec. 31 to raise $150,000 to create an endowment fund for scholarships dedicated to students at the university’s Montrose campus. Foster said in a news release ...


Public to get a say on monument

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Grand Valley residents will have a say in the kinds of events that will be permitted on Colorado National Monument, the National Park Service told The Daily Sentinel. The new, first-in-the-nation process represents a commitment by the Park ...

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Cops: ‘Drunk’ robber might have hit twice

By Paul Shockley

A suspect smelling of booze may have pulled off two armed robberies at local businesses in the span of nine days, the Grand Junction Police Department said Thursday. Aside from similar descriptions on the suspect’s age, height and ...

storm front moving 
in overnight

By Mike Wiggins

Sun-lovers, it’s time to shove those short-sleeved shirts to the back of the closet. Skiers and boarders, prepare to rejoice. A storm forecasters described as “vigorous” that was expected to swoop into western Colorado ...

Foreclosures down slightly in third quarter

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Foreclosure filings in Mesa County continued a soft downward trend in the third quarter of 2012, dipping 3.7 percent year-over-year, according to a report released Thursday by the Colorado Division of Housing. Mesa County experienced a 15.8 ...

Deal could help Encana drill thousands of wells

By Dennis Webb

A new joint venture between Encana USA and a steel maker could enable Encana to drill more than 4,000 wells in western Colorado over the next 20 years. That’s double the company’s current statewide well count. About 3,000 of its ...

Tractor Supply to celebrate GJ debut Saturday

By Staff

Tractor Supply Company will hold a grand opening of its new Grand Junction store on Saturday, offering discounted pricing and prize giveaways. The farm and ranch supply store officially opened its third store in Colorado last weekend at 2449 ...

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