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Critics maintain Utah mustang meeting a ‘slaughter summit’

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Federal scientists and mostly rural interests are gathering at a wild horse conference in Utah that mustang-protection advocates maintain is a thinly veiled effort to promote increased roundups and eventual slaughter of ...

Printed Letters: August 23, 2017

By Staff

BLM,  reconsider Fram drilling proposal The residents of the city of Grand Junction are fortunate to get their drinking water from an absolute pristine source — the watershed that begins high up on the slopes of Grand Mesa. There ...


Civil forfeiture reform protects 
Colorado property owners

By Bill Grant

The Civil Forfeiture reform bill (HB1313) signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper last Friday makes Colorado the latest of more than 20 states that have limited the power of law enforcement agencies to seize cash and property from suspected drug ...

Where’s the Colorado solution for mine gas?

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado bucked acceptance of a federal roadless rule on National Forest land in large part to ensure that coal mines would be able to expand, preserving mining jobs in the process. The North Fork coal mining exception was included in the ...


Lend me your ears

By Suzanne Hanzl

Guilt set in last week. It was almost reluctantly that I wrote a column about Palisade peaches, as local peaches seem to steal all the attention from the other amazing crops grown here in the Grand Valley. The quality of the produce we farm ...


Tigers’ tenacity

By Jon Mitchell

The start Grand Junction High School’s softball team had Tuesday night was promising. The tenacity the Tigers played with at the end against Palisade showed their toughness. Grand Junction jumped to a double-digit lead to take command, ...


Spirited final scrimmage shows Mavs ready for season

By Patti Arnold

Now they can get to work. Game prep work, that is. With the season opener only eight days away, the Colorado Mesa football team begins game planning today for Western State. Tuesday’s 90-minute scrimmage was scheduled for a school ...


English experience

By Matt Meyer

Jorge Oviedo drew a smattering of cheers when he expressed his love of Spanish soccer team FC Barcelona and its star player, Lionel Messi. Ramon Marcelino received a more thorough round of applause when he said that Colorado Rockies ...

Grand Junction Rockies recap, Aug. 22, 2017

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction 8,
Idaho Falls 7 Tuesday at Suplizio Field Records Grand Junction 30-28, 12-8 second half; Idaho Falls 26-32, 9-11 The key inning After a back-and-forth game, Casey Golden launched a leadoff home run in the bottom of ...

Prep softball box, Aug. 22, 2017

By Staff

Grand Junction 14, Palisade 4 Tuesday at Bergman Field Grand Junction   362   003   — 14 10 2 Palisade             000   211   —  4 4 2 WP — Megan ...

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