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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 ...


Grand Junction near top of list of retirement cities

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Grand Junction, which three decades ago fought to be recognized as a prime retirement locale, now is listed among the top 10 places to retire on less than $100 a day in AARP The Magazine. Grand Junction was ranked No. 9 among the top 10 ...


Cutting engines is cutting pollution at some GarCo schools

By Dennis Webb

A new program that is enlisting students to protect their lungs from their parents’ idling vehicles at schools is showing promise, including during a trial run this year in Garfield County. The program encourages parents to turn off ...


Lawmen find getaway car; suspects loose

By Paul Shockley

A car investigators believe was driven by suspects in Monday’s armed robbery at a Riverside Parkway business has been recovered, authorities said Tuesday. The car, a 2001 silver Pontiac Grand Prix with Colorado license plates, was ...


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Police starting to move into new, larger building

By Staff

The new public safety complex between Pitkin and Ute avenues and Sixth and Fifth streets is close to done but not yet open to the public. The Grand Junction Police Department sent a press release Monday to media outlets saying the outside of ...


Off-road course gets green flag

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Aspiring off-road drivers will have a place to learn how to negotiate whoo-dos and oscillation bumps as early as next month in a course to be built in Unaweep Canyon. The Mesa County Commission on Monday unanimously approved a conditional-use ...


Street repair, bleacher safety priorities

By Amy Hamilton

Reinstating a chip-sealing program, adding more safety features to Stocker Stadium bleachers, and building an annex and parking structure for police vehicles top the list. At the bottom are paying for Horizon Drive improvements, developing ...


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