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A blow for flows

By The Daily Sentinel

Before there was a state water plan emphasizing the need for collaboration to develop innovative strategies to meet the state’s water challenges, Mesa County’s newest reservoir was already in the works and on its way to serving as ...


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Making progress

By Patti Arnold

Devin Burke sure didn’t see starting over in Rookie ball four years after signing with the Colorado Rockies. It wasn’t the plan for the Rockies, either, after the former undrafted free agent had worked his way up to Triple-A ...


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Creepy, crawlies are his game

By Erin McIntyre

Dealing with spiders, grasshoppers and other insects for almost 30 years was the least of Bob Hammon’s job as an entomologist. Beyond insect identification, diagnosing problems and knowing how to control pests, the majority of his work ...


Sports Brief, June 15, 2017

By Staff

Junior Golf Junction’s Jaclyn Murray finishes second in Colorado Junior PGA Erie’s Hailey Schalk won the Colorado Junior PGA that ended Wednesday by 11 strokes over Jaclyn Murray of Grand Junction. Schalk, who won the Class 3A ...


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Tar sands firm seeks to leave stock market

By Dennis Webb

A company trying to produce oil from tar sands north of Interstate 70 and just across the Colorado border in Utah is seeking shareholder permission by today to withdraw from a Canadian stock market, in order to accept a loan deal to keep it ...


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Woman’s charge elevated in slaying case

By Dennis Webb

A woman arrested in Grand Junction last October in connection with a shooting death outside Glenwood Springs faces trial on a new charge of first-degree murder in connection with that death. Ninth Judicial District Court Judge John Neiley on ...


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Academy trainees brave the heat

By Charles Ashby

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. And where there’s fire, there’s the Grand Junction Fire Department ready to put it out. To do that, though, its firefighters have to be trained, and 16 of them were doing just that on ...


Crowd turns out to comment on Palisade Plunge

By Amy Hamilton

People lined up in advance of the open house, waiting to get inside. Yet this was not a rock concert, but rather a gathering for people to offer comments on a proposed trail. Bureau of Land Management spokesman Chris Joyner said he had never ...


One man’s opinion on the best players

By Rock Cesario

Did you hear about the bassist who was so out of tune his band noticed? Bass players have been getting a bad rap for decades. All you have to do is ask one. In all seriousness, bass players are a big part of most bands, and a good rhythm ...


Lines West, June 16, 2017

By Staff

There once was a black and white cat Who wore a big purple hat.         She used it for shade         When she walked in the glade. And then she sat down on a rat. Storytime at ...


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