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Penry sets his sights on monumental task

By Staff

Don’t let anyone tell you Sen. Josh Penry plans to coast through his final session as a member of the Colorado Legislature. The Grand Junction Republican who is also the Senate minority leader, has nothing less in mind this year than ...


Area births and marriages, through Jan. 6, 2010

By Staff

— Births Delta County Memorial Hospital: Sara Westin, Paonia, a son, Dec. 12. Chris and Meryn Harris, Cedaredge, a daughter, Dec. 22. Larry and Chelsea Witte, Montrose, a daughter, Dec. 23. Justin and Brittni Norton, Delta, a son, ...


Bridgette Haggerty fills in for dad to pay for cross-country skis

By Staff

Here’s the deal: I’m home on what may or may not be my very last Christmas brea k from school.  I am officially a second semester senior in college and if all goes well, I’ll have some fabulous job/internship at this ...


Colorado top issuer of drilling permits

By Staff

Despite concerns about the impact of its new oil and gas rules, Colorado approved more drilling permits last year than surrounding states. Colorado issued 5,159 drilling permits last year, down from a record 8,027 in 2008. However, it still ...


Conner fired as Fruita VB coach

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The Fruita Monument High School coaching carousel continues to spin, with volleyball coach Amelia Conner being fired. Conner called The Daily Sentinel on Monday afternoon about her dismissal. Last week, football coach Bill Moore was ...


State readies drilling plan for Rio Blanco nuclear site

By Staff

State regulators are preparing a plan for dealing with natural gas development near a Rio Blanco County underground nuclear blast site. Dave Neslin, director of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, said the state has received a ...


Man accused of kidnapping, burglary in domestic cases

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A Clifton man on parole was advised Monday he could face felony domestic-violence charges in connection with allegations that he terrorized two women in the past six months. Authorities say Randy Salazar, 20, broke into one woman’s home ...


Agreement allows county to finish trail under 32 Road

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The Mesa County Commission on Monday signed a contract with the Colorado Department of Transportation that will allow the county to build another link in the Colorado Riverfront Trail, underneath 32 Road. The contract gives the county the ...


Smoker ignites his oxygen tank

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A Montrose man suffered severe burns across 30 to 40 percent of his body and was flown to a Denver hospital Sunday after he sparked a fire at his home while smoking and using oxygen, authorities said. The fire broke out around 12:30 p.m. at ...


GOP pins future on upcoming elections

By Charles Ashby

How well Colorado Republicans do during this year’s elections could decide the future of the Grand Old Party for the next 10 years. That’s because the new year brings with it another census, and with that a redrawing of lines for ...


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