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Blotter, May 19, 2016

By Staff

Farm equipment stolen Several pieces of farm equipment were stolen from a lot at the 2300 block of G Road sometime after May 6, according to a Grand Junction Police Department report. Someone stole a Kubota tractor, a weed cutter and a ...


Colorado considers expanding remote avalanche control system

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado transportation officials say they are impressed with the success of a remote avalanche control system and are considering expanding its use. The Denver Post reports that French-made Gazex exploders kept Berthoud ...


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Egg creations: Fresh ideas for putting eggs to work

By Suzanne Hanzl

I need to apologize. For months, I have been speaking critically about my girls, all 15 of them. They have been lazy, consuming more and more scratch daily and overly greedy when I approach the coop with scraps, only to produce a minimal ...


Email letters, May 18, 2016

By Staff

Most burning in this valley is harmful to our soil, citizens and economy Our family moved to Grand Junction 21 years ago. I urge our local governments to place some strong restrictions on open burning in Mesa County. The physical health of ...


Police shoot Milliken man suspected of shooting wife

By The AP

MILLIKEN — A man suspected of shooting his wife at their home was shot and injured by police in Milliken. Both the man and the woman were taken to the hospital Wednesday morning. Their conditions aren’t known. Police say that ...


New CSU stadium expected to finish on time, on budget

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Colorado State University’s athletic director says progress is being made on the school’s new $220 million stadium and that it will be completed “on time and on budget.” The Coloradoan reports that ...


Closing arguments expected in Colorado theater civil trial

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Closing arguments are expected in a civil trial over whether the company that owns a Colorado movie theater should have done more to prevent a shooting that left 12 people dead. Attorneys could make their final appeals to ...


Printed Letters: May 18, 2016

By Staff

Sentinel needs more hunting/fishing articles Ever since you stopped having an outdoors writer related to hunting and fishing I have been very disappointed. Are you ever going to replace Dave Buchanan and start putting out some articles on ...


Coddle babies, not the gas industry

By Claudette Konola

In a recent story about the Thompson Divide oil and gas leases, David Ludlam had this to say: “These (conservation) organizations hire a cast of characters who demand a perpetual fight with the energy industry to sustain their jobs and ...


EPA’s methane rule 
is a mixed blessing

By The Daily Sentinel

Energy companies throughout the country will have to restrict methane emissions from any future drilling of oil and gas wells after new regulations the Environmental Protection Agency released Thursday aimed at curbing climate change. The ...


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