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Thinking of a new home in 2015?

By Penny Stine

It’s a new year and perhaps the resolutions, the winter chill or the lingering low interest rates have convinced you that 2015 is the year to finally buy a new house. Before you sign that contract, however, there are several ...


Wheat Ridge man accused of running $4.8M Ponzi scheme

By The AP

DENVER — A Jefferson County grand jury has indicted a Wheat Ridge man accused of running a $4.8 million Ponzi scheme that bilked investors between 2007 and 2013. The district attorney’s office announced Tuesday that 51-year-old ...


Objections filed to federal land swap for ski development

By The AP

MONTE VISTA — About 10 objections have been filed to a proposed federal land swap that would allow construction of an access road to a residential development near the remote Wolf Creek Ski Area in southwestern Colorado. National Forest ...


Energy group wisely welcomes stiffer fines

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission’s decision to put more teeth in penalties for violators is good news for everybody, including the energy industry. Perhaps that’s why the Colorado Oil and Gas Association ...


Printed Letters: Jan. 7, 2015

By Staff

Economic vision begins with the local university Last year I wrote an op-ed for The Daily Sentinel focused on how we make the city of Grand Junction the “Next Great City in the Rocky Mountain West.” The article resulted in ...


Right-to-die law will stir controversy

By Bill Grant

Driven by high-profile stories of individuals who chose death over suffering in 2014, the nation’s attention has been drawn to questions of life and death that have profound consequences in a culture that has the ability to preserve life ...


Mavs competitive last weekend without Stephan

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The Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team managed a win over a competitive Colorado Christian team and competed with ninth-ranked Colorado School of Mines last weekend despite being without one of the nation’s leading scorers in Ryan ...


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‘Dogs run to win

By Matt Meyer

Opening Tuesday night with a 15-2 run, the Palisade High School girls basketball team never trailed against Central. It got close, at times, but the Bulldogs made free throws down the stretch to defeat the Warriors 53-40 in a nonleague game ...


Prep girls basketball scores, Jan. 6, 2015

By Staff

Palisade 53, Central 40 Tuesday at Palisade Central 7 11 17 5 — 40 Palisade 15 12 10 16 — 53 Central — Sierra Batchelor 5, Brooklyn Botts 13, Tyler Hays 8, Kenzie Lange 2, Taryn Smith 2, Cassidy Bryant 5, Jodeci ...


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Merwin net plays role in corralling kokanee

By Dave Buchanan

A new tool in the arsenal of state fisheries biologists helped boost this year’s harvest of kokanee salmon eggs. Biologists Jon Ewert of Hot Sulphur Springs and Jim White in Durango this year used a Merwin net to corral kokanee salmon ...


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