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For The Record, Dec. 10, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Rebecca Schaefer, Grand Junction, a son, Nov. 21. Manuel Carbonell and Amanda Lauderbach, Delta, a son, Nov. 25. William and Kehlie Kruger, Grand Junction, a son, Nov. 25. Bryce and Brittany Skeen, Grand ...


Firm proposes pipeline project south of Rifle

By Dennis Webb

A Williams subsidiary is proposing a 22-mile, 16-inch-diameter pipeline project south of Rifle that would include a crossing beneath the Colorado River. Bargath LLC is seeking to build the Kokopelli Phase II Pipeline to gather natural gas ...


Sentinel to require IDs of website commenters

By Staff

As of Friday, anonymous commenting at GJSentinel.com no longer is allowed. This change in policy simply brings The Daily Sentinel’s website under the same standards applied to Letters to the Editor. Those letters require the verified ...


Packer on tv for web

Travel Channel to air Packer program

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The story of Alferd Packer, his wintertime meals and his vindication against murder charges, will come to The Travel Channel next week. The Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Museum” on Tuesday will focus on Packer, known as ...


120811 DOG BUST 933

Police raid river camp for dogs

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Authorities took two pit-bull-type dogs from a homeless camp Thursday afternoon after more than a dozen officers raided the camp in search of unleashed dogs. The move follows reports on Sunday and Monday of attacks by dogs in and near ...


Court victory for uranium mill

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Montrose County’s approval of a conditional-use permit for a uranium mill near Naturita has withstood a legal challenge from the Telluride-based Sheep Mountain Alliance. The Colorado Court of Appeals in an opinion released Thursday ...


City reinstates 1.5% of workers’ former salaries

By Amy Hamilton

Rather than return city employees’ wages to the level they were before a 3 percent pay reduction two years ago, the Grand Junction City Council will split the difference. After two hours of intense, back-and-forth discussion Thursday, ...


EPA fracking finding hailed, disputed

By Dennis Webb

Citizen groups are hailing a preliminary Environmental Protection Agency determination that hydraulic fracturing likely contaminated domestic groundwater in Wyoming and said it should be considered as Colorado finalizes chemical-disclosure ...


DA tosses eight DUIs, citing ‘bias’ by trooper

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County District Attorney’s Office as of Thursday had dismissed eight criminal cases in the face of questions about the credibility of a now-former Colorado State Patrol trooper. More dropped cases are expected as prosecutors ...


Big Delta acreage eyed for oil and gas leasing

By Dennis Webb

Some Delta County residents are doing a double-take over a Bureau of Land Management announcement that 22 parcels covering 30,000 acres in the Paonia, Somerset, Hotchkiss and Crawford areas have been nominated for oil and gas leasing. The ...


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