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Student Spotlight, Aug. 4, 2014

By Staff

■ Adam Pacheco and Jasmine Waples, both of Grand Junction, were named to the spring 2014 semester dean’s list at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, California. ■ Jaimie Stephens of Fruita graduated summa cum ...

You Said It, Aug. 3, 2014

By Staff

Thank you, Fruita Police Department, for warning us of the bear as we approached Comstock Estates. We were walking home and were approached several times by officers directing us as to the whereabouts of the bear on Sunday. If we do face ...

Plan to take water from agriculture will do irreparable harm to Colorado

By Guest Columnist

By Don Coram and Jerry Sonnenberg Denver Water, on behalf of the Bureau of Reclamation and the respective water districts from Arizona, California and Nevada, recently developed a drought management pilot program for the Upper Colorado River ...

The Western Slope and Colorado as the Cradle of Wilderness

By Andrew Gulliford

Here on Colorado’s Western Slope I like to visit some of the most protected places on the planet — federally designated wilderness areas like the Flat Tops Wilderness east of Meeker and the Weminuche Wilderness south of ...

Printed Letters: Aug. 3, 2014

By Staff

Sheriff candidates need 
to address militarization I have supported most Republican candidates over many decades and have served in a number of capacities including a term as a county chairman in Colorado. But that should not be deemed ...

Change of culture needed at CIA

By The Daily Sentinel

Congress is supposed to keep tabs on the Central Intelligence Agency, not the other way around. An internal investigation by the CIA inspector general, however, confirmed what members of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence have ...

Shale industry scales back potential in region

By Gary Harmon

An oil shale industry in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming is likely to be about one-third the size it had been envisioned, an industry association said. Instead of a 1.5-million barrel-per-day industry, the more likely scenario is a ...

Students’ stories of struggle are mementos of trip

By Staff

Five Grand Valley residents who have spent the last 12 days in El Salvador boarded a U.S.-bound plane this morning carrying with them not just photos and market-bought souvenirs, but countless stories of perseverance, survival and ...


Peaches pack economic punch

By Greg Ruland

Life is better than death “only because it is less boring and has peaches in it,” novelist Alice Walker once wrote, though a visitor to one local orchard said just the opposite Wednesday. According to a demure lady from Kansas, ...


50 years of wild

By Dennis Webb

Eighty-six-year-old Joy Caudill looked out the window of her Carbondale-area home this week and watched clouds scud over the top of Mount Sopris, the nearly 13,000-foot-high peak that towers over the town. “I’m fortunate to have a ...

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