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Independence Pass open for the season today

By Staff

Right on time, the Colorado Department of Transportation is opening Independence Pass to motorists today. The agency aims for an opening of the pass — along Colorado Hwy. 82 east of Aspen — on the Thursday before Memorial ...

Printed Letters: May 22, 2014

By Staff

Solution to monument: add ‘canyons’ to name I’ve been following what’s been written about the pros and cons of possible change of the monument to a park. I’m in favor of the change, but I think the people who ...

Matthew Hicks

Quick Picks: School’s Out Party; Fruita Fourth Friday; “I Wanna Marry ‘Harry’”

By Melinda Mawdsley

Friday, May 23 Make a splash Celebrate the end of the school year — do children need a reason to celebrate? — with the School’s Out Party from 1:30–5 p.m. at Lincoln Park-Moyer Swimming Pool, 1340 Gunnison ...

Climate group to sink $100M in 7 races in 2014

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Setting his sights on Republicans who reject climate change, an environmentalist billionaire is unveiling plans to spend $100 million this year in seven competitive Senate and gubernatorial races, as his super PAC works to ...

More storms, tornadoes possible in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — More spring thunderstorms are expected today along the Front Range and eastern Colorado, a day after six tornadoes touched down east of Denver. No significant damage was reported from the twisters and the latest round of storms ...

Email letters, May 22, 2014

By Staff

Local team invites others to learn about ovarian cancer Thank you for the article titled “Local team races against cancer,” about my sister Susan Messenger that was printed on Tuesday. I wanted to correct a few things. Our Team ...

Don’t lower Xcel’s energy savings goal

By The Daily Sentinel

At what point does the cost of Xcel Energy’s efficiency savings program exceed its benefits? That’s the question before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, which by law sets energy-efficiency targets, but must also give ...

Ex-husband: Blagg juror admitted abuse

By Paul Shockley

A smiling Michael Blagg muttered a message to supporters as he was escorted Wednesday out of the courtroom of Mesa County Chief Judge David Bottger, this after public defenders again took aim at the credibility of a juror from Blagg’s ...

Council OKs fueling city vehicles with Persigo gas

By Amy Hamilton

A plan that has been in neutral for years got the green light Wednesday night when Grand Junction city councilors approved spending $2.8 million to convert excess methane to compressed natural gas to fuel city vehicles. Grand Junction city ...

Large bear roams Redlands

By Staff

Some residents in the Redlands received a message from police Wednesday night to keep their pets inside, with the report of a large bear on the loose in the neighborhood. Officers with Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Grand Junction ...

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