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President Obama signs bill clarifying ski area uses

By Staff

President Barack Obama signed into law Monday a bill clarifying the uses allowed by ski areas on federal lands. The bill is expected to result in more year-round uses of ski resorts, which its supporters say should boost local ...


Whooping cough cases found in Mesa County

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Three Caprock Academy students were diagnosed with pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, in mid-October. The bacterial upper-respiratory infection is highly contagious. The three cases prompted the school to send a letter to parents ...


Health Briefs, Nov. 8, 2011

By Staff

Discussions on genetics begin today Two discussions about genetics will take place this month at the Center for Optimal Well-Being, 2505 Foresight Circle, Unit C1. The first presentation of “Eat Well, Move Well, Think Well” will ...


New firm takes over cleanup of tailings pile

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An Idaho-based contractor is to take over the cleanup of a Cold War-era uranium mill tailings pile in Moab, Utah. The U.S. Department of Energy selected Portage Inc. and its $121.2 million bid to conduct the cleanup over the next five ...


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Storm should belt high country before moving east

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Interstate 70 was expected to be clear to the east after a winter storm cruised through eastern Utah and western Colorado on Monday. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for both states as the storm approached, ...


A note to our readers

By Staff

Please accept our most sincere apology for our failure to deliver Sunday’s paper to you on time. We experienced electrical problems with our press that required us to print Sunday’s Daily Sentinel in Montrose. I thank Denny ...


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Supermarket employee accused of theft

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A City Market employee was arrested Saturday on allegations she stole several thousands of dollars from the grocery store over the past year. Trudy Jeanne McKinnon, 64, 2546 Gunnison Ave., was jailed on suspicion of single felony counts of ...


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Residents prefer color in city calendar

By Amy Hamilton

In January, a marmot exits its winter home, sniffing at the air. A time-lapse photo in March suspends water as it cascades down rocks in No Thoroughfare Canyon. Two wild stallions battle it out to assert their dominance in August. Grand ...


Landscaper gives up fight against county

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The owner of a Grand Junction landscape maintenance company is giving up her fight against Mesa County after county officials rejected a pair of protests she filed in light of failing to land a bid to provide landscape services. Grand Mesa ...


State redistricting panel defends work amid legal battle

By Charles Ashby

Groups opposing parts of proposed new legislative district maps are living in the past, the Colorado Reapportionment Commission said in its response last week to numerous briefs filed with the Colorado Supreme Court about the maps. The ...


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