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BLM improves gas, oil inspections; still behind in active wells

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has improved its oil and gas inspection and enforcement program, but it remains inadequate, according to a report released Thursday. The Western Organization of Resource Councils report updates a 2004 study ...


Feds ask investment clients to call

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The FBI has set up an investors’ hot line for clients of Valley Investment, 1445 N. Seventh St., a Grand Junction company that has advertised guaranteed returns of up to 10 percent on investments. The hot line number is ...


StarTek fires felons over contract

By Staff

More than two-dozen employees have been handed a pink slip by StarTek because of their past criminal history. Dismissed employees contacted by The Daily Sentinel said StarTek, 630 S. Seventh St., had full knowledge of their convictions before ...


Pig slaughter stirs last day at school

By Paul Shockley

Six-year-old Andre Carothers’ last day of kindergarten at Pear Park Elementary won’t be forgotten anytime soon. That’s when “the man had a pig, and he shot it with a gun.” “It was scary,” the boy ...


Car dealer indicted on theft, bribery

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The owner of a Grand Junction car dealership has been indicted for allegedly selling dozens of totaled vehicles to unsuspecting buyers without telling them how damaged the vehicles were. Camden Page Fortney III, 66, 1911 Wingate Drive, also ...


Decision delayed on Montrose County uranium mine for second meeting in June

By Dennis Webb

The promise of new jobs brought out supporters in force this week for a public hearing on the proposed Piñon Ridge uranium mill proposal in western Montrose County. At the end of a five-hour meeting Tuesday night in Nucla, the county ...


Depot owner hopes to remake building

By Melinda Mawdsley

Lynn Greenwald had grand visions for the Grand Junction Depot when she purchased the century-old building five years ago. She still does. On Wednesday, the small organization Friends of the Depot hosted an open house to give the public a ...


McInnis files for governor run

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Former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis, R-Colo., has filed papers declaring he’s a candidate for governor. Critics said McInnis filed to blunt attacks that he was dodging campaign-finance laws by failing to make his intentions ...


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Trucker honored for 51 years of jammin’ gears

By Emily Shockley

It was 1951 on the family dairy farm in Loveland. Ray Enoch knew his father needed to move some cows, but with a broken back, his dad couldn’t get out of bed to do it himself. So Enoch, just 13 at the time, hopped in the driver’s ...


Ex-CU coach: ‘The lord can use anybody’

By Allen Gemaehlich

Former University of Colorado football coach Bill McCartney is back leading men. This time, the Promise Keepers founder is leading them with a message of God. McCartney, who founded Promise Keepers shortly after leading the Buffaloes to a ...


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