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Suicides reverberate through Grand Junction schools

By Katie Langford

An online petition launched by a Grand Junction High School graduate has garnered nearly 900 signatures and reignited the conversation of how to address and prevent student suicides, following the third suicide of a School District 51 student ...


State will conduct hearing on proposal for coal gasification

By Dennis Webb

Conservation and citizen groups have asked for, and will get, a local public hearing on a proposal for a coal gasification plant at the Bowie No. 2 Mine near Paonia. The development comes as not just environmentalists and local residents but ...


The Interior pick

By The Daily Sentinel

President-elect Donald Trump’s purported pick for secretary of Interior isn’t official yet, but that hasn’t stopped groups with a stake in the nation’s public lands from weighing in. U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, ...


Printed Letters: December 11, 2016

By Staff

State should establish public lands commission Public lands belong to the people and are currently managed by federal agencies like BLM and the Forest Service. There has been significant talk about overreaching mismanagement of these public ...


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Valley students excel at speech and debate event

By Erin McIntyre

Not so long ago, Kiernan Forster’s social anxiety crippled her in public situations. Dealing with strangers was particularly difficult, and as she became more nervous, her stutter surfaced. The 17-year-old usually just ducked into ...


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Gardner in disbelief about Jordan Cove

By Gary Harmon

Federal regulators’ rejection of the Jordan Cove project defied understanding, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., said. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission late Friday rejected the $7.6 billion project that would have carried natural ...


Grant cycles combined as revenues drop

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Department of Local Affairs recently doled out about $9.3 million in severance tax grants, but they will be the last ones for a little while. Because severance tax revenues are way down, thanks primarily to a reduction in oil and ...


You Said It, Dec. 11, 2016

By Staff

That the city manager is doing his own full court press to attract some semi-professional basketball and hockey franchises is a slap shot in the face to those seeing more pressing needs with publicly funded dollars, i.e. a community center. ...


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Year-end gifts welcome, help with unexpected needs, nonprofits say

By Rachel Sauer

There’s something in the air this time of year, and not just the hope (or threat) of snow. Beyond all things nutmeg-spiced and fleece-swaddled, there’s a sense of inward reflection as Christmas approaches along with the ...


Blotter, Dec. 11, 2016

By Staff

Police investigate home invasion and assault The Grand Junction Police Department is investigating a home invasion and assault reported Dec. 3 that left a woman with “permanent disfigurement.” The attack, which occurred at a ...


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