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Counties worry about reduced voice under BLM’s plan revision

By Dennis Webb

Some county governments in Colorado and other western states fear that a proposed revision in Bureau of Land Management planning rules could reduce the role of local governments and states in the agency’s planning process. The proposal ...


Death Notices, April 5, 2016

By Staff

■ Sharon Faye Byers, 74, Delta, died April 1, 2016, at her home. Visitation will be at 6 p.m. today at the General Assembly and Church of the Firstborn in Delta. Services will take place at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Interment ...


Judge tosses agency’s decision on wolverines

By Dennis Webb

A federal judge in Montana on Monday vacated the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 2014 decision not to list the wolverine as a threatened species, citing the threat to the animal of a warming world. In its decision two years ago, the ...


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City’s parking meters due for change?

By Amy Hamilton

If you work or often park your car downtown, you know where to find the free parking and good parking spots. For example, you look for the 10-hour meters that get you through the day for 90 cents. Then there’s the most coveted free, ...


Blotter, April 5, 2016

By Staff

Man ID’d in Clifton fatality A man who died in a car accident west of Clifton early Saturday morning has been identified as a resident of Wisconsin. Brock Sennott, 26, of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, died of blunt force injuries to the chest ...


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Cops: Suspect kept child in closet

By Mike Wiggins

The Grand Junction woman charged with killing her 3-year-old niece told police she kept the child in a closet for two weeks in an effort to control her and hid her under a bed — rather than calling for help — after beating her two ...


Judge tosses agency’s wolverine decision

By Dennis Webb

A federal judge in Montana on Monday vacated the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 2014 decision not to list the wolverine as a threatened species, citing the threat to the animal of a warming world. In its decision two years ago, the ...


Man dead, 2 women hurt in suburban Denver shooting; 1 arrest

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Authorities say a man killed his neighbor and injured two others in a shooting on a residential street in suburban Denver. Arapahoe County Undersheriff Louie Perea says a man was arrested in a backyard of a home shortly ...


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Juli Jacobson

By Special to the Sentinel

654 29 1/2 Road Area: Northeast List Price: $675,000 Bedrooms: Five Bathrooms: Five Total Square Feet: 5,372 Year Built: 1976 Lot Size: 5.33 Acres Garage:  Two-Car Attached   Got WOW factor?  Northeast Grand Junction’s ...


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TileMeister

By Staff

You’ve been in business over 22 years, during the peaks and lows, what do you believe makes you successful? I can answer that in one word – SERVICE!  We do what we say we will do, on time, on budget and we do it right! Why ...


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