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Calendar March 27–April 2

By Staff

FRIDAY, MARCH 27 NED AND THE DIRT, indie rock from Los Angeles, California, 9:30 p.m., Cruisers Bar, 715 Horizon Drive, 314-2554 GOODMAN UNPLUGGED, 7 p.m., Suds Brothers Brewery, 127 E. Aspen Ave., Fruita, 858-9400. JAY KETCHEM AND FRIENDS, ...


Vail gets approval for lift connecting 2 Utah ski resorts

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Vail Resorts Inc. says it has received approval from Park City planning officials to build a high-speed gondola that would connect two ski resorts it owns in Utah. The company said in a news release Thursday that the ...


Unprecedented sage grouse protection deal signed in Nevada

By The AP

RENO, Nev.  — An unprecedented attempt to protect sage grouse habitat across parts of more than 900 square miles of privately owned land in Nevada will begin under a deal Thursday involving the federal government, an environmental ...


Mesa County needs to cater to the Caseys of the world

By Robin Brown

This past Sunday, an old friend called to see if he could crash at our place on his way to Moab to mountain bike. Casey has bounced around the Front Range for the past few years since getting his master’s of business administration from ...


Email letters, March 26, 2015

By Staff

Simpson will keep promises if elected to city council I have known Dennis Simpson for several years and he has been consistent in his hard work to help the people who live here in Grand Junction, Mesa County and Colorado. I believe Simpson ...


Time to discuss tax expenditures

By Rick Wagner

It’s tax season again and that means many things to different people. To some business owners, it is a time to write a check to the federal and state government to fulfill their last year’s tax obligation. In some cases this will ...


Printed letters, March 26, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Important to preserve orchard land National monuments, parks, forests etc., are preserved for generations to come in order that the public might have access to areas that otherwise would only be accessible to private land owners. Few would ...


Serial DUIs demand felony threshold

By The Daily Sentinel

The pages of The Daily Sentinel and other newspapers carry with wearying regularity stories of drunken drivers with multiple offenses wreaking havoc on the lives and property of other people. To underscore the point, as this editorial was ...


Facebook fight apparently led to Longmont stabbing

By The AP

LONGMONT — Police in Longmont are investigating a stabbing that was apparently sparked by an argument that started on Facebook. The Longmont Times-Call reports that a man was found in an apartment Wednesday night with multiple stab ...


Denver Art Museum offers free admission to kids

By The AP

DENVER — Every day is now a free day for kids at the Denver Art Museum. The museum announced Wednesday that anyone 18 and under— whether on a school trip or visiting on their own — can now get into the museum for free. The ...


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