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GarCo oil/gas liaison re-evaluating limits

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County’s oil and gas liaison has begun to re-evaluate her analysis of possible wildlife-related limits on natural gas drilling because of concerns raised by the energy industry. Companies have taken issue with Judy ...


Airwaves so far silent on race for state House

By Staff

At this time two years ago, Grand Junction residents could not turn on their televisions without seeing an ad making the case for state Rep. Bernie Buescher’s Republican challenger, Bob Caskey. This year, however, independent political ...


Sentinel now a better-organized, easier to read and more content-rich newspaper.

By Denny Herzog

Assembling The Daily Sentinel every day is much like putting together a very large puzzle. There are hundred of pieces, and we have to make them all fit together. Beginning today, the puzzle will look a little different to readers. The first ...


Aircraft goes down in remote area northwest of GJ

By Staff

Two people were killed Sunday afternoon when a small airplane crashed in a remote area of Garfield County near Baxter Pass, according to local and federal officials. Tanny McGinnis, spokeswoman for the Garfield County Sheriff’s ...


Does use of Orchard Mesa property create a double standard for junk enforcement?

By Staff

For three years, Joyce Dry says, she has been pestering county employees about illegally parked recreational vehicles and energy company trucks on a county-owned parcel on the northeast corner of Arlington Drive and Oxford Avenue in Orchard ...


Club 20: Udal and Schaffer have varying issue thoughts

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Illegal immigration • Udall: “We need to provide a way to bring all these people out of the shadows and document them.” • Schaffer: “The costs and risk associated with breaking the law ought to be ...


BLM, wildlife division planning prescribed burn near Meeker

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management and Colorado Division of Wildlife are planning a 766-acre prescribed burn to improve wildlife habitat in the Oak Ridge State Wildlife Area near Meeker this month. The fire could be ignited early in the month ...


Club 20: Heard In The Halls Quotes Sept. 07, 2008

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• “It’s a little bit of what it’s like to go up against Paris Hilton or Britney Spears” when up against popular state Sen. John Penry on Penry’s own Club 20 turf. — Rep. Andrew Romanoff, ...


Vietnam War memorial will have short soundtrack

By Staff

When visitors pause in front of the Western Slope Vietnam War Memorial in Fruita, they will hear a short history of the monument, thanks to a $4,000 donation from a local veteran. Jim Doody, the chief architect of the memorial, said a ...


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Web site does not reflect his views on value of coal plants, Salazar says

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An entry on his Web site calling for the scrapping of all existing and planned coal plants doesn’t represent his views, U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar, D-Colo., told a Colorado state representative Saturday during the fall Club 20 ...


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