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Study: Scenery is greenery

By Gary Harmon

Colorado National Monument generated more than $26.5 million in economic activity in the Grand Valley in 2012, a National Park Service study released Monday said. Another study released the same day said the 16-day government shutdown cost ...

Airport may lose $1.4M in funding

By Emily Shockley

Re-applying for grants for a new administration building at Grand Junction Regional Airport is likely to cost the Airport Authority up to $1.4 million. The Airport Authority, with sponsorship from Mesa County commissioners and the city of ...

It’s been an active week as the political ‘silly season’ begins

By Jim Spehar

“A week is a long time in politics.” 
– Sir Harold Wilson If you don’t like our weather, the old saying goes, just stick around a while. It’ll change. The same might be said for Colorado’s political ...

Printed letters, March 4, 2014

By Staff

Kudos to Teresa Coons for her role in new air regulations Thanks to the recent 8-1 vote by Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission, as well as the active participation of scores of concerned citizens, physicians, organizations and ...

State efforts are solution, 
not problem for grouse

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. John Hickenlooper’s point man on fending off an endangered listing for two species of sage grouse in Colorado doesn’t sound very optimistic. The Interior Department intends to list the birds as “threatened,” John ...

Email letters, March 3, 2014

By Staff

Fracking protestors ought to walk to work I am a 90-year-old World War II vet who fought in the Battle of the Bulge. I am amazed at the number of letters to the Sentinel about the air quality and fracking in our area. I hope those people ...

Artist Tony Ortega cancels visit to GJ because of family emergency

By Melinda Mawdsley

Because of a family emergency, Denver artist Tony Ortega will not visit Grand Junction this weekend. Ortega called Sunday to say a severe illness in the family required his attention, said Connie Robbins-Brady, program coordinator for the Art ...

Colorado National Monument generates $26.5 million

By Gary Harmon

A National Park Service report shows that Colorado National Monument drew 545,000 visitors who generated spending of more than $26 million in 2012. The report said says that in Colorado, more than 5.8 million people visited Park Service ...


Not too young to count

By Emily Shockley

Some Grand Valley private schools have seen an uptick in interest following a decision to move the cutoff date for incoming kindergartners to turn 5 before enrolling in local public schools. District 51 School Board members voted unanimously ...

Homes sold Feb. 10-16, 2014

By Staff

ADDRESS - SOLD PRICE - DAYS ON MARKET - TYPE OF PROPERTY - SQUARE FEET City   2650 First St.              $92,000       225   Condo   861 370 Bonny St.    ...

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