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Foes: Lawsuits likely if medical pot ban approved by voters

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Mesa County and the city of Grand Junction may be the target of lawsuits from Front Range attorneys if either entity places a medical-marijuana-center ban on the Nov. 2 ballot and voters approve it. Both governing bodies decided last week to ...

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4 injured in 4-vehicle wreck near Fruita

By Paul Shockley

Four people were hospitalized Sunday after the driver of an eastbound sedan lost control on Interstate 70 near Fruita, causing a four-vehicle accident that closed westbound traffic nearly two hours. Fruita police officer Gary Younger said the ...

‘Idol’ audition winner eyes repeat in Texas

By Paul Shockley

Besting a field of 120 vying for a shot at stardom,  Shea Bramer of Grand Junction won’t mess with success. Bramer, 25, who has earned an audition before cameras in Austin, Texas, is already pondering what songs he’ll roll ...

Troopers call off pursuit of truck

By Paul Shockley

A high-speed pursuit involving a pickup was suspended by Colorado State Patrol troopers Sunday night after the driver of the truck tried to run troopers off the road on Colorado Highway 65, according to radio reports. The pursuit, which ...

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Driver in crash at home listed as habitual offender

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man whose SUV went out of control and rolled into a home Saturday had his driver’s license revoked three years ago for being a habitual traffic offender, according to an arrest affidavit. John R. Flynn, 25, 583 Grand ...

Another inversion winter will trigger air quality review, official says

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Wintertime inversions are an annoyance for many chilly Grand Junction residents. They could become something more serious for the city in coming years, according to Gordon Pierce, program manager with the Air Pollution Control Division of the ...

Business growth in West: exports

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Colorado’s largest cities are large international exporters, but they could do better, and smaller municipalities in the state could benefit, the Brookings Institution said. The institution today released a study urging that metro areas ...

Man dies in fall at ‘potholes’ on Glade Park

By Paul Shockley

A 27-year-old man died Sunday after falling approximately 40 feet onto a stretch of rocks near the Little Dolores River on Glade Park. The man, who wasn’t immediately identified by authorities, had been jumping into a section of the ...

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Olathe sweet corn harvest

By William Woody

A harvest crew with the Tuxedo Corn company in Olathe Co, work to pick the first ears of the Olathe Sweet Sweet Corn Monday July 19, 2010.  ...

Issues and answers: Ray Scott and Bob Hislop

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel asked Republican House District 54 candidates Ray Scott and Bob Hislop four questions on topics immediately facing the region. Below are their answers, edited for grammar, spelling and punctuation, but otherwise printed in ...

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