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US to destroy its largest remaining chemical weapons cache

By The AP

PUEBLO — The United States is about to begin destroying its largest remaining stockpile of chemical-laden artillery shells, marking a milestone in the global campaign to eradicate a debilitating weapon that still creeps into modern ...


Colorado joins other states reviewing police forfeitures

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado may join other states in preventing law enforcement agencies from taking someone’s property through the asset forfeiture process. A bill up for its first vote Wednesday would allow asset forfeiture to take place ...


State should improve reclamation process

By The Daily Sentinel

Appearances can be deceiving. Sometimes you have go beneath the surface to discover the truth about something. That seems to be the case for areas that have been reclaimed following oil and gas activity. The land might look restored, but the ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 4, 2015

By Staff

Big money has hijacked our federal government I try to be engaged in my nation’s democracy by assimilating much information, contacting my elected officials, participating in groups that address issues, and voting during every election. ...


Monument’s future still uncertain

By Bill Grant

“Rim Rock Canyons National Park would become the nation’s 60th park,” Gary Harmon reported in the Sentinel last April. His source was legislation proposed by a five-member panel “charged with drawing up a measure to ...


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Change for Mavericks

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When the Colorado Mesa baseball season ended one run short of its first NCAA Division II national championship, there were plenty of players expected to return for another chance at a title. When the Mavericks returned home, junior center ...


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The Zach attack

By Matt Meyer

Zach Labine matched his season high for points in a game during the first half Tuesday night. The junior forward scored 26 points, 17 in the first half, to lead Central High School to a 68-61 victory over Fruita Monument in a Southwestern ...


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CMU coach wants Kovac to focus on playing, not living up to expectations

By Patti Arnold

It’s pretty heady stuff, but first-year Colorado Mesa softball coach Ben Garcia knows Makayla Kovac won’t get caught up in all of the preseason accolades she’s getting. First, there was being selected the preseason player of ...


Pair of Western Slope linemen commit to Mesa

By Matt Meyer

The Colorado Mesa football team snagged verbal commitments from a pair of Western Slope linemen the day before national signing day. Tuesday, Delta defensive tackle Marcus Garcia and Montrose defensive end Matt Maestas each committed to the ...


D.J. Wells’ clutch 3-pointer lifts GJ boys past Montrose

By Staff

Montrose had battled and thwarted every Grand Junction comeback attempt for more than three quarters. But when D.J. Wells calmly took a step back in the right corner, the Tigers’ 6-foot-7 big man flicked a 3-pointer that found nothing ...


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