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Coroner: Baby cut from Colorado mother’s womb not born alive

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say there’s no evidence a baby cut from her mother by a stranger was alive outside the womb. Boulder County Coroner Emma Hall said Friday investigators found no trauma or injuries to the baby girl, whose ...

Lawmaker wants study on managing Colorado bear population

By The AP

DENVER — A lawmaker who proposed the hunting of black bears in August will instead try to direct state officials to study the issue of bear overpopulation. Colorado’s Parks and Wildlife division says the state’s estimated ...

Forest Service stands behind Wolf Creek land swap

By The AP

DURANGO — The U.S. Forest Service is standing by its decision to allow a land swap that would provide access to a proposed village near Wolf Creek Ski Area. The agency announced Thursday that Deputy Regional Forester Maribeth Gustafson ...

Pro rodeo cowboy Gill, passenger hurt in Texas plane crash

By The AP

STEPHENVILLE, Texas — A professional rodeo cowboy and his fiancee have been seriously hurt when their single-engine plane crashed after takeoff from North Texas on a flight to the Houston area. The Department of Public Safety says the ...

Email letters, March 27, 2015

By Staff

Put your cell phones down while driving To the person in the large SUV pulling out of the parking lot on Patterson: How did you not see a large, bright yellow Harley in your path? Oh yeah, you were on your phone. Because whatever texting, ...


Silt ripe for pot sales

By Dennis Webb

SILT — A town that has opened its doors to retail marijuana sales has for a second time slammed them shut on a proposal to grow the product. After unanimously rejecting a growing and manufacturing site in January because of concerns ...

A clear case of uncertainty

By Greg Walcher

A powerful congressman who had been in office 20 years once asked me, “Do you mean to say you can own the land, but someone else can own the minerals under it, and they can access it whether you like it or not?!” Believe it or ...

Printed letters, March 27, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Rec center would promote community I am writing to support efforts to develop a community recreation center, and encourage others to vote, as I will, for qualified candidates who support this vision. Private athletic clubs attract people ...

River park long needed

By The Daily Sentinel

Something different is happening along the north bank of the Colorado River in lower downtown Grand Junction. Officials with the city of Grand Junction, Colorado Riverfront Commission and other organizations broke ground this week on phase 1 ...

Entertainment Calendar: March 27-April 2

By Staff

FRIDAY, MARCH 27 NED AND THE DIRT, indie rock from Los Angeles, California, 9:30 p.m., Cruisers Bar, 715 Horizon Drive, 314-2554 GOODMAN UNPLUGGED, 7 p.m., Suds Brothers Brewery, 127 E. Aspen Ave., Fruita, 858-9400. JAY KETCHEM AND FRIENDS, ...

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