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Mesa Verde pressed to provide water to wild horses

By The AP

CORTEZ — Wild horse advocates want Mesa Verde National Park to start giving water to its herds following the deaths of six horses. Dehydration likely played a role in the deaths of four horses found July 8. Two others were found in ...

Landlord wants Avon eatery evicted for pot machine

By The AP

EAGLE — A Chicago real estate developer wants to evict an Avon restaurant for displaying a marijuana edibles vending machine, claiming the media and social media attention damaged the company’s reputation. No pot products were in ...

Concealed carry, right out of store

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction police say an investigation continues and a Clifton boy is in custody after he managed to hide two high-powered rifles in his pants and walk out of Cabela’s at Mesa Mall, prompting a large response Tuesday night by Grand ...

Man killed in accident on Redlands

By Mike Wiggins

An unidentified man died in a one-vehicle rollover accident late Wednesday night on the Redlands, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. The driver was southbound on Redlands Parkway just before midnight when he veered off the ...

Ash borer detected in new places in Boulder

By The AP

BOULDER — The Colorado Department of Agriculture says a destructive beetle called the emerald ash borer has been detected in additional places in Boulder. After the beetle was found in Boulder last September, the city was divided into a ...

Prize-winning goat disappears from Greeley fair

By The AP

GREELEY — Greeley police are investigating who has the goat — the Grand Champion who vanished from the Weld County fair this week. The Greeley Tribune says that the red-colored Boer (BOHR’) goat was reported missing Monday, ...

Making an impact one life at a time

By The Daily Sentinel

As Congress yields to partisan rancor and makes zero headway on immigration reform, a group of Grand Valley residents is working diligently to make life better in a small corner of El Salvador — one of the headwaters of the stream of ...

Printed Letters: July 31, 2014

By Staff

Sentinel mischaracterized extremist as an advocate I would like to address Duffy Hayes’ article in the July 19 Sentinel about the “public-lands advocate” David Justice. Justice is not a public-lands advocate or hero.  ...

Using the government as a cudgel

By Rick Wagner

Here’s a paragraph that sounds about right for our state, from a Durango Herald article about a recent meeting of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission: “A hearing on gas and oil regulations in Weld County on Monday ...

Jussel: Colorado Rockies fans in GJ losing patience

By Rick Jussel

I’ve taken a poll — not politically correct and far from statistically valid, but interesting nonetheless in the results. Names have been changed to protect the few innocents and the majority who are not so much so. The poll of ...

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