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By Staff

Levi Reilly lifted Ryan Tinker from a raft Saturday morning, scooping him up as the duo ascended the river bank at the Loma boat launch before Reilly set Tinker in his wheelchair. It was a gesture made in friendship, even if the pair had only ...

Jussel: Taking act on road will be tough task for Broncos

By Rick Jussel

The learning curve for the Denver Broncos is going to accelerate today, rapidly. Cincinnati is the place, the Bengals the foe, and roughly 75,000 maniacs are reasons it could be an ugly lesson for the Broncos. It’s been two nail-biting ...

Outdoor briefs: CPW compiling meetings feedback

By Staff

CPW is compiling meetings feedback In July and August, Colorado Parks and Wildlife held 18 meetings throughout the state that were attended by more than 250 people. More than 2,300 public comments on funding the future of ...



By Meredith Swett Walker

Most people don’t welcome spiders in their home, but once they get to know the bold jumping spider, they might change their minds. Don’t grab the nearest shoe to smash it, don’t be put off by its looks. Despite having eight ...

Gray Gourmet, Sept. 25, 2016

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Chili relleno, refried beans, tossed salad, peach Royale, wheat bread. Tuesday — Pork egg rolls, rice pilaf, emperor’s vegetables, fruited cottage cheese, multi-grain ...

BLM office 
in Junction 
to see change

By Dennis Webb

Grand Junction will no longer be home to a district Bureau of Land Management office after the agency’s Grand Junction Field Office gets transferred from the northwest Colorado district to the southwest district under a ...


Boating season coming to close at Highline

By Staff

The boating season at Highline Lake State Park is coming to an end. The reservoir will close to boating beginning Oct. 1. This is will help create suitable conditions for a variety of waterfowl that winter in the park each ...

You Said It, Sept. 25, 2016

By Staff

I would like to applaud The Sentinel for an informative series of articles on child abuse in Mesa County. While I knew we had a serious problem in the county, I was appalled by the graph in Wednesday’s paper showing the incidence of ...


Event hopes to build hard cider industry

By Charles Ashby

Cider house rules. Or in this case, Palisade Cider Bash rules. At least, that’s what the organizers of the second annual event of that name hope will be the case in years to come. Sherrie Hamilton, part-owner of Red Fox Cellars, and ...


Marching bands put on a show

By Charles Ashby

Forget the old image of marching bands walking in straight lines banging drums and delicately balancing a tuba on someone’s shoulders. Today’s bands are far more sophisticated. These days, marching bands are more about ...

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