Western Colorado

Page 1855 of 1997


City hikes golf fees to cover expenses

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Golfers are forking over a little more green this year to chip onto the greens at Grand Junction’s two municipal golf courses. The City Council on Monday night formally approved an across-the-board 8 percent hike in the cost to play a ...

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Family’s anger grows toward ‘reckless’ driver

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A Saturday morning wreck killed a mother and daughter, whose friends and relatives are growing more angry with each passing hour. Shandi Boetel, 20, and her 6-month-old daughter, Natalia Casiano, died after the collision about 1 a.m. at Fifth ...

Six million to be cut from city budget

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Stricken by a recession that has dropped Grand Junction’s sales-tax revenue for the first time in a quarter-century, city officials will slash operational spending by more than $6 million this year. City Manager Laurie Kadrich said the ...

Relationship improving for county, De Beque

By Staff

The bitter relationship between the tiny town of De Beque and Mesa County may have begun to thaw, just in time for spring. Late last year De Beque hired Bennet Boeschenstein, former director of the Mesa County and the city of Fruita ...

Carbon dioxide shale solution sought

By Dennis Webb

Energy companies hoping to unlock western Colorado’s oil shale reserves are exploring how to lock up carbon dioxide at the same time. Carbon sequestration, an effort to capture carbon dioxide to keep it from entering the atmosphere and ...

Brady Trucking fight goes to court

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A lawyer and a member of a citizens’ group have filed a lawsuit against the city of Grand Junction, alleging the city clerk improperly disqualified signatures on a petition that might have led the city to overturn industrial zoning ...

Rig count in Piceance takes plunge

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The rig count in the Piceance Basin has dropped more steeply than the entire state of Wyoming and more than in the neighboring Uinta Basin. Last October, 102 rigs were drilling into the rock of northwest Colorado in search of natural gas. The ...

Peers honor Sentinel’s editor

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Daily Sentinel Executive Editor Denny Herzog was named Newspaper Person of the Year by the Colorado Press Association on Saturday. It is one of the highest awards given by the newspaper association. “No one in the industry is more ...

Sentinel news, ad staffs win CPA honors

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel newsroom and advertising departments received 19 awards at the annual Colorado Press Association Newspaper Contest ceremony Saturday night in Denver. Those are in addition to the eight awards the newsroom won Friday at the ...


Wrecks mar weekend for many

By Staff

Six people, including a Colorado State Patrol trooper, were taken to a Grand Junction hospital after a three-vehicle accident that began with a van trying to make a turn in front of a State Patrol cruiser. Grand Junction Police Department ...

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