Western Colorado

Page 1538 of 1843


14ERS 1 9-13

Peakbagging’s not for everyone, but to summit’s a big deal

By Dave Haynes

There’s no good reason to climb a mountain, but there’s no good reason not to, either. Once you let go of the need to have a reason for everything, trudging to the top of a tall peak seems like a good idea. If you’re going ...


Mesa State launches bike-share program

By Emily Shockley

Mesa State College has introduced two environmentally friendly programs this fall: one that saves paper and one that helps students get around by bike. The MAVbikes program offers silver Fuji cruiser bikes to any student willing to pay a $150 ...


Landowners in hunting areas told to hold phone

By Staff

Later this month, the rifles in the river bottom will begin to sing. And that’s OK, according to the Mesa County Commission. Last week, the commission directed staff to add a notification ordinance to the land development code that ...


Wineries hope Winefest success can make up for slower summer

By Emily Shockley

Local wineries are hoping to sell big at the 18th Annual Colorado Mountain Winefest. While some Western Slope wineries noticed tourists trickling into their tasting rooms in smaller numbers this summer, ticket sales for Winefest indicate the ...


Grand Junction Rotary Club marks 90 years

By Paul Shockley

Weeks after they formed in 1919, Grand Junction Rotary Club members were making front page news. And they didn’t do anything. “Owing to the fact that so many members will be very busy with matters in connection with the fair this ...


Aspen bears relocated

By Dave Buchanan

Aspen isn’t alone in its spate of bear problems. Crested Butte Town Marshal Tom Martin said the bear problem “has never been worse than it is this summer.” There, bears have made dens in abandoned sheds and learned to open ...


DOW officials say humans, not bruins, problem in Aspen

By Dave Buchanan

ASPEN – Big things are bruin in Aspen. A town sporting bear icons and totems ranging from mailbox ornaments to larger-than-life-size statues on restaurants has found itself neck-deep in real bears, and wildlife officers are saying the ...


ROBB RIVER RALLY 1 9-12 2

Robb River Rally celebrates vision

By Allen Gemaehlich

Robb’s ‘string of pearls’ still shining Jim Robb envisioned people biking, walking and simply enjoying the outdoors. Robb died in 2004, but his dream lives on. The Colorado Riverfront Commission honored him Saturday during ...


DOGS ONLY IN POOL 9-12 2

Season’s end at Moyer Pool for the dogs

By Paul Shockley

Dog Days at Lincoln Park- Moyer Pool couldn’t come fast enough for Honi, a golden retriever-poodle mix. During a recent outing on Kokopelli Trail with owner Chris Parson, 52, the young dog was on the receiving end of a skunk’s ...


Briefs: Club 20 quote rail Sept. 13, 2009

By Staff

“It’s one of those trust-but-verify moments.” — Aron Diaz, executive director of the Associated Governments of Northwest Colorado on Gov. Bill Ritter declaring natural gas to be “mission critical” “We ...


Page 1538 of 1843




TOP JOBS




THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Sign in to your account
Information

© 2014 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy