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Sentinel wins top national education award

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The National Newspaper Association announced Wednesday The Daily Sentinel won first place among newspapers with a circulation of 10,000 or more in the association’s 2012 Newspaper and Education Contest. The Sentinel won first prize in ...

Official: State likely to impose pre-drilling tests

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Colorado’s new top oil and gas regulator said Thursday he expects the state to soon consider requiring mandatory testing of nearby groundwater before drilling and related activities occur. Thanks to an industry initiative ...

Club 20 to host candidate, ballot debates

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The fall meeting of Club 20 on Saturday will feature a series of debates among candidates and proponents of various ballot measures in the Colorado Mesa University Center. U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., and two people who want to unseat ...

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300 witnesses possible in case against doctors

By Paul Shockley

If it ever goes to trial, federal prosecutors said in a recent court filing their case against Dr. Sam Jahani and Dr. Eric Peper may include more than 300 former patients to support charges of controlled-substances and health care fraud. An ...


Mosquito-control agency asking to branch out

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Voters in much of Mesa County will be asked on the November ballot whether to invite the Grand River Mosquito Control District in to battle the buzz. The mosquito-control agency is asking voters to nearly double its current boundaries to ...

Fundraiser for cancer patient today

By Staff

Headline goes here A fundraising lunch will happen from 11 a.m.–2 p.m. today, at Texas Roadhouse, 2870 North Ave., to benefit local Stage 4 cancer patient Don Saddoris. The restaurant will open for the fundraiser offering pulled pork ...

BLM to host ‘listening sesson’ over target shooting concerns

By Dave Buchanan

In response to general interest in the current and future management of target shooting on public lands around Grand Junction, the Bureau of Land Management is hosting a public listening session 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Courtyard Marriot, 755 ...


Mesa County Commission hopefuls focus on economy at chamber forum

By Charles Ashby

Boosting the local economy, getting government out of the way of business and creating new jobs was the central theme at a debate among Mesa County Commission candidates on Wednesday. Speaking to the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce, ...

Mine’s coal-lease effort advances

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has preliminarily determined that leasing 3,157 acres of additional federal coal reserves to the owner of the Deserado Mine northeast of Rangely would result in no significant environmental impact. The finding is ...

Fruita panel will push downtown redevelopment

By Duffy Hayes

One of the most important ideas raised by consultants at a meeting last month about revitalizing downtown Fruita was to designate a “champion” for the effort. Presumably, the new Downtown Advisory Board — approved via City ...

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