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Lack of leadership derailed park status

By The Daily Sentinel

Citing a “clear lack of community consensus or support for a change to park status,” Congressman Scott Tipton announced he won’t carry legislation to make Colorado National Monument the nation’s newest national ...


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Sage grouse robot will study mating

By Gary Harmon

Perhaps the most scrutinized love life since Don Juan’s is getting a closer look from a researcher who has married robotic technology to some feathery primping and thrown in a wireless video camera. Gail Patricelli, associate professor ...


Fracking 
heavy on
 fall ballot
 agendas

By Charles Ashby

Proponents of giving local governments the ability to limit or ban hydraulic fracturing in Colorado aren’t the only ones trying to get measures onto this year’s ballot. There’s a related effort to get other proposals onto ...


Document renews debate over oil shale, water

By Gary Harmon

Water remains a significant barrier to oil shale development in the arid Rocky Mountain West, an environmental organization said after gaining access to internal Chevron USA estimates. “Yes, ex-situ (above-ground retorting) will use a ...


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Seventh Street project nearly finished

By Amy Hamilton

Hang in there a little longer, Seventh Street motorists and residents. Construction work to replace a sewer line and add a storm drain is nearly complete after snarling traffic and kicking up dust since May. At the earliest, the road should ...


Blotter: July 9, 2014

By Staff

Collision kills man, 38 Jose Castro-Lainez, 38, Basalt, died Saturday on Colorado Highway 82 when the white Toyota sedan he was driving east in the westbound lanes crashed head-on with a westbound Toyota SUV driven by Carbondale’s ...


Fundamentals help GJ Rox top Missoula

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction kept the ball down Tuesday night and committed zero errors for the third time this season, topping Missoula 5-2 at Suplizio Field. “Our defense really starts with our starting pitching, and (Carlos) Polanco did a really ...


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Win in ribbon roping gets Fruita’s Weber hooked on event

By Eden Laase

Hannah Weber is $50 closer to a homecoming dress. The 16-year-old, and her partner, Reo Weisgerber, won the ribbon roping event at Tuesday night’s Rim Rock Rodeo. She said the money she wins at rodeos this summer is going to help her ...


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Grand Mesa forces 3rd title game in Major Girls

By Tim Harty

Kelty Key is never fazed. Bases loaded with no outs? The Grand Mesa pitcher keeps throwing her best pitches and trusting in her defense. And that went a long way Tuesday toward Grand Mesa defeating Fruita 7-2, avenging a loss two days ...


Mesa hires Otero’s Garcia to be softball coach

By Allen Gemaehlich

Ben Garcia led the Otero Junior College softball team back to the top of its conference. Now, he will look to keep Colorado Mesa University softball team competing for Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference titles. “It is a great ...


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