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Mountain bike racing at Powderhorn

By Dale Shrull

Mountain bike racing at Powderhorn Mountain Resort  ...


Caerus finalizes Encana purchase

By Dennis Webb

Caerus Oil and Gas LLC has completed its recently announced purchase of Encana’s local assets, and what’s now one of the largest producers in the Piceance Basin is already looking to escalate its local drilling activity following ...


Rockies ride early surge past Brewers

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction rallied early, scoring 10 runs on 10 hits in the first four innings to defeat Helena.  ...


Rockies ride early surge past Brewers

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction rallied early, scoring 10 runs on 10 hits in the first four innings to defeat Helena.  ...


We should preserve the tradition of prayer at council meetings

By Guest Columnist

By Barbara Traylor Smith Although I am a member of the Grand Junction City Council, this is my personal opinion, not the opinion of the other councilors or the city. Grand Junction’s controversy about prayer before City Council ...


Outdoor recreation industry can learn from sportsmen

By Robin Brown

We hunt and fish in our family. Our daughter was able to cast a fly rod, catch a fish and return it gently to the river by the age of six. Both of our kids have been taught to safely handle guns and we have a freezer full of elk that gets us ...


Cat drowning points to bigger problem

By The Daily Sentinel

The fact that an admitted cat killer has supporters speaks to the divisive nature of cats in general. From a purely sociological perspective, cats seem to fall somewhere between vermin and dogs on the sanctity-of-life scale. We freely kill ...


Printed Letters: August 6, 2017

By Staff

Name change a step in valley’s transformation I am writing to thank The Daily Sentinel for the editorial advocating for the name change on North Avenue to University Boulevard. I own properties on and directly adjacent to North Avenue ...


Fighting for your museum

By Guest Columnist

“Great communities are great because they have great identities, and a community’s identity is captured and preserved by great cultural institutions like museums.” — Zebulon Miracle The Museums of Western Colorado ...


Coal mines, methane and our common future in Colorado

By Guest Columnist

Western Colorado would not be what we know today without a century and a half of mining. Mining made us a state. Riding the booms and busts of a mineral economy has been a challenge here, as for other mining regions. We were the envy of the ...


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