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Clothing fight ensues on eve of Blagg bond hearing

By Paul Shockley

Will Michael Blagg be dressed for success come Monday? This is the possible legal fight brewing ahead of next week’s multi-day court battle to decide Blagg’s potential freedom ahead of a yet-to-be-scheduled retrial on charges ...

St. Mary’s Hospital receives $1M from anonymous donor

By Amy Hamilton

St. Mary’s Hospital is saying thanks a million to a generous donor who gave as much recently. The not-for-profit hospital received the gift from a local man who wants to remain anonymous. The man had given the hospital monetary gifts ...

Briefs, April 7, 2015

By Staff

Advance Care Planning offers end-of-life seminars The Mesa County Advance Care Planning Task Force will sponsor an educational discussion featuring The Conversation Project, an initiative to encourage conversations about end-of-life wishes. ...


of coal mine under debate

By Gary Harmon

The proposed expansion of the West Elk coal mine near Paonia got a spark of life Monday, infuriating environmental organizations and buoying hopes of western Colorado officials for an economic boost. The U.S. Forest Service said Monday it was ...

Opt-out bill gets Senate’s thumbs up

By Charles Ashby

Parents have the right to opt their children out of standardized assessment tests without penalty to them or the schools their children attend under a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado Senate on Monday. The measure, SB223, is ...

High winds, low humidity prompt red flag warning for GJ

By Mike Wiggins

Much of Colorado, including the Grand Valley, is under a red flag warning, as low humidity and high winds have created ripe fire conditions and closed the Mesa County Landfill this afternoon. The valley is under the warning until 9 p.m. ...

White powder sent to Boulder Jewish centers not toxic

By The AP

BOULDER — Authorities are investigating who is responsible for mailing what turned out to be harmless white powder to two Jewish organizations in Boulder County. First, employees at the Jewish Community Center found white powder inside ...

Victim in fatal weekend motorcycle crash was from Rifle

By Mike Wiggins

A man killed in a motorcycle accident on Saturday on Colorado Highway 65 was identified this afternoon as 55-year-old Joseph Hupert of Rifle. The Mesa County Coroner’s Office announced in a news release that Hupert died of multiple ...

Proposed Thompson Divide lease swap wins tentative support

By Dennis Webb

Advocates for protecting the Thompson Divide area from oil and gas development voiced tentative support this morning for a proposed lease swap that would help accomplish that. The proposal also is eliciting some immediate tentative concern ...

Real estate transactions for the week of March 17

By Special to the Sentinel

City   2910 North Ave.            $35,000   25   Single Family   1216 2235 Texas Ave.            $75,000   10   Single Family   ...

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