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CPW sued over predator-control studies

By Dennis Webb

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is facing a court challenge of its plans to reduce predator numbers outside Rifle and in the Upper Arkansas River Valley to see if mule deer numbers improve. WildEarth Guardians today said it has sued the agency ...


Email Letters: January 20, 2017

By Staff

Boycotting the inauguration is a dishonor to America To all the members of Congress who are boycotting the inaugural, you are not dishonoring Donald Trump; you are dishonoring America and one of the great ceremonies that sets us apart from ...


UPDATE: GJHS loses electricity and water; school called off

By Staff

Officials with District 51 said this morning that a boiler issue has forced Grand Junction High School to cancel school for the day. A shelter-in-place status was originally announced, as the school has no power or water. Parents are now ...


Colorado ski areas see busiest days ever over holiday week

By The AP

DENVER — Several Colorado ski areas welcomed a record number of visitors over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. The Denver Post reported Thursday that Aspen Skiing Co. had some of its busiest days ever over the holiday season ...


Broken glass forces Avs, Ducks to take early intermission

By The AP

ANAHEIM, Calif.  — The Anaheim Ducks’ game against the Colorado Avalanche was delayed for 45 minutes Thursday night when a broken pane of glass behind a net proved difficult to fix. The lengthy break in the scoreless game ...


A welcome first step

By The Daily Sentinel

In reacting to the Grand Junction City Council’s unanimous approval of changes to an ordinance restricting backyard open burning, our first impulse was to question why so many compromises were made. Why not just go for a complete ban? ...


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Printed Letters: January 20, 2017

By Staff

Forest Service did fine planning on its own Stakeholders are being solicited to assist the Grand Mesa Uncompaghre National Forest to “implement and monitor treatment projects to respond to the spruce beetle epidemics and decline of ...


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Does the red fern grow?

By Greg Walcher

At the risk of repeating myself (this is a recurring theme), there are many examples of major environmental controversies that aren’t really about the environment. Far too often, adversaries face each other across courtrooms arguing not ...


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After 20 years, Forrest resigns as Indians’ VB coach

By Matt Meyer

After two decades helming the program, Montrose High School volleyball coach Shane Forrest resigned this week, saying “I wasn’t quite ready, but I have some things, I need to take care of other things in my life.” Forrest ...


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Senior savvy

By Jon Mitchell

All of the seniors on Grand Junction High School’s wrestling team felt the senior-night festivities Thursday night had a special meaning. The Tigers hope there are more special moments to come. “Everyone here feels like ...


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