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Resorts in White River National Forest see increase in fees

By The Associated Press

ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — Ski-area operators in the White River National Forest are paying more to use public lands. The Aspen Times reports (http://bit.ly/2hsTTnW ) that according to the U.S. Forest Service, the 11 resorts in the national ...


Printed Letters: December 28, 2016

By Staff

America is a republic, not a democracy Bill Grant’s column on Dec. 21 about ending the Electoral College has generated several letters in disagreement. Rick Wagner’s column on Dec. 22 was an excellent discussion of why Grant is ...


Hearing provides sensible check

By The Daily Sentinel

For those who hadn’t heard of a proceeding called a “reverse transfer” hearing prior to the one now occurring in Mesa County in the case of a teen accused of shooting and killing a Mesa County sheriff’s deputy, ...


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Cow hoofs it across town

By Amy Hamilton

Why did the cow cross the road? Grand Junction police officers don’t know, but they worked to corral a wandering bovine on Wednesday afternoon. The call first came in for a cow on the loose in the area of 26 Road and F 1/2 Road just ...


Flu cases have doubled in six days, county says

By Staff

Some say it’s the most wonderful time of the year. That may be true, unless you come down with the flu. Mesa County has seen its number of influenza cases double in the past six days, according to the Mesa County Health ...


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DA seeks high bond for suspect in abuse

By Gabrielle Porter

A Clifton man who had already been arrested twice in 2016 on domestic violence charges against the same woman was back in court Wednesday on suspicion of second-degree assault against her. Thomas Nathaniel Linton, 26, is accused of strangling ...


All eyes on river use this year, says retiring GJ water attorney

By Gary Harmon

“Big river issues” are likely to dominate Colorado’s water discussions in the coming years, said a Grand Junction water lawyer who is leaving his full-time practice. “We need to be paying attention to the whole river ...


Blotter: Dec. 29, 2016

By Staff

Armed robbery investigated Grand Junction police are investigating an armed robbery that happened Christmas morning in which the suspects made off with clothes and electronics. The incident happened in the 900 block of White Avenue, and ...


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Fire leaves family without a home

By Amy Hamilton

The Western Colorado Chapter of the American Red Cross is offering assistance to house a Clifton family after their home sustained a major interior fire on Tuesday morning, according to the Clifton Fire Protection District. Investigators were ...


Mesa County looks at ways to collect use taxes

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County appears to have let millions of dollars slip through its fingers, but is preparing steps to capture much-needed cash. The 2017 budget is predicated on a $2.7 million bite into cash left over from previous years, but it also ...


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