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Polls favor tax hikes to fix highways

By Gary Harmon

Voters in rural Colorado would be willing to pay more in gas taxes to improve roads they see as fair at best, a study by three rural organizations suggests. The survey is contrary to polling that suggested a sales-tax increase would be the ...


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Hautzinger won’t fight Blagg retrial

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said he won’t appeal an order granting a new trial for convicted killer Michael Blagg, concluding prosecutors have dim prospects for winning. “Frankly, everybody who looks at this case ...


Briefs, July 31, 2014

By Staff

Fundraiser today at Spin City A fundraiser for local mental health and suicide awareness groups will take place from 3 p.m. until closing time today at Spin City, 637 24 1/2 Road. The fourth annual Kitzman-Campbell Family Fundraiser will ...


Man guilty of maiming wildlife in lion hunts

By Amy Hamilton

An Oregon man charged in a scheme with a Mack outfitter to capture and maim mountain lions and bobcats for clients to shoot more easily has pleaded guilty. Nicholaus Rodgers, 31, of Medford, Oregon, entered a guilty plea Tuesday to one count ...


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Lease will let coal mine expand

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management on Wednesday accepted a $2.9 million bid by Bowie Resources for a 1,790-acre tract next to its Bowie II Mine in Delta County. In doing so, the agency says it took into consideration recent recommendations for ...


Candidate to skip Club 20 meeting

By Gary Harmon

The Republican running against incumbent Democrat Jared Polis in the 2nd Congressional District will attend the Club 20 debates on Sept. 6. Polis will attend another event that day in Fort Collins. George Leing, the Republican, confirmed that ...


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Wine production an area for opportunity in GJ’s sister city

By Special to the Sentinel

Four years ago, in Grand Junction’s sister city of El Espino, a group of artisanal winemakers approached Gloria Perez and her women’s cooperative, who at the time were raising tilapia at their homes in small tanks dug into the ...


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Talk emoji: What are the meanings for those cartoon symbols?

By Rachel Sauer

Last month, the Unicode Consortium — a computer industry non-profit devoted to “developing, maintaining and promoting software internalization standards,” according to its website (unicode.org) — announced the release ...


The List: 15 Gorgeous Vacation spots Proving Heaven Is a Place on Earth.

By Staff

For those trying to squeeze in a vacation before the end of summer, here are “15 Gorgeous Vacation spots Proving Heaven Is a Place on Earth.” 1 Villajoyosa, Alicante, Spain     2 Cimon della Pala, Dolomites, ...


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Social Junction: Indigo Girls

By Staff

The Indigo Girls played to a sold out crowd on Saturday, July 26, at Grande River Vineyards, 787 Elberta Ave., in Palisade. This was the first concert the Indigo Girls — Emily Saliers and Amy Ray — have played in the Grand Valley. ...


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