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Film tour headed to GJ

By Dave Buchanan

Fishing season definitely is here, judging from the selection of stories elsewhere on this page. If you need any more confirmation, the popular Fly Fishing Film Tour hits Grand Junction on March 18. From its inception in 2007, the F3T has ...


Lake Powell ready for another season

By Wayne Gustaveson

PAGE, Ariz. — Weather is warming, trees are budding in the high desert, and it’s time to start thinking about fishing and what to expect from Lake Powell in 2014. The lake’s elevation has dipped to 3,575 feet, the lowest ...

Big-game workshop planned

By Dave Buchanan

The Southwest Region office of Colorado Parks and Wildlife is hosting a workshop March 12 for people new to the big-game application process. The free workshop is from
6-8 p.m. at the Montrose office, 2300 S. Townsend Ave. The workshop ...


North Fork is on the rise

By Dave Buchanan

Midday Monday found the North Fork of the Gunnison flowing at close to 600 cubic feet per second, a level that didn’t concern angler Chris Kozak of Grand Junction in the least. “I was here about two weeks ago, and it was a bit ...

WPX tapping ‘massive’ gas opportunity

By Dennis Webb

WPX Energy has been increasing well densities and decreasing the cost of drilling in Rio Blanco County, boosting the promise of a growing development program there in future years. The company has completed a pilot program in its Ryan Gulch ...

Death Notices, March 5, 2014

By Staff

■ Leander Hubert Barten, 89, Grand Junction, died March 3, 2014, at Palisade Living Center. Mr. Barten was a foreman for Formulabs, Inc. Survivors include two sons, Stephen Barten and James Barten, both of Grand Junction; and one ...

Blotter, March 5

By Staff

Phone scam reported The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents about suspicious, fraudulent phone callers who tell people they have won a sweepstakes drawing and are asked for their credit card information. A Mesa County ...

Printed Letters, March 5, 2014

By Staff

R-5 team deserves congrats for mock trial performance Attorneys Stephanie Fairbanks and Megan Marlatt from the Office of the Colorado Public Defender and I would like to extend our congratulations to the R-5 High School mock trial team who ...


Tips and tricks for mountain biking

By Staff

By Julie Norman and Sparky Moir The Daily Sentinel Some people learn best by taking the hands-on approach. They’ll just jump on a bike and rely on trial and error. Others prefer establishing a theoretical base of knowledge before they ...


Tour of the Valley: Past and Future

By Special to the Sentinel

By Kristina Kittelson Community Hospital Community Hospital’s Tour of the Valley is the premier road cycling event in the Grand Valley, and has been around for 25 years. The founders of the event, Bob and Alice Sisac, former owners of ...

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