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Feds designate Red Rocks, Conservation Corps camp landmarks

By The AP

DENVER — Red Rocks Park and the camp that housed the men who built its amphitheater are now national historic landmarks. The Denver Post reports that the National Park Service announced Tuesday that Mount Morrison Civilian Conservation ...

Printed Letters: Aug. 5, 2015

By Staff

Colorado well positioned to exceed EPA goals As a native Coloradan, I have had numerous occasions for pride in our state, but never more than when voters passed 2004’s Renewable Energy Initiative. And look how far we’ve come since ...

Stop the turf war

By The Daily Sentinel

The problems and pressures facing the emergency communications center in Montrose are not unique among Western Slope counties. But the proposed solution certainly is. Differences over how the existing county-run 911 call center is managed ...

No Plan B for the environment

By Staff

In a historic move to place climate change at the forefront of his domestic agenda, President Obama announced in a speech on Monday, ” I’m convinced that no challenge poses a greater threat to out future than climate ...

Suero shines for Pioneer All-Stars

By Staff

Daniel Suero batted leadoff for the Pioneer League on Tuesday at the inaugural Pioneer League-Northwest League All-Star Game in Spokane and hit a double up the line in right. The Grand Junction Rockies’ outfielder — who started in ...


Not a long trip

By Matt Meyer

Gene Taylor’s is used to traveling. The American Legion baseball team has accumulated more than 5,000 round-trip miles of travel just in nonleague tournaments. But at the American Legion Baseball Western Regional, starting today in ...

Notre Dame speaker has powerful message for coaches, parents

By Tim Harty

Denny Squibb heard Lynn Kachmarik speak at a national athletic directors conference one year ago and left with a prevailing thought: Every coach and parent of an athlete should hear her message. District 51 coaches and parents are getting ...

Joy of playing tennis keeps GJ’s Wright busy during summers

By Eden Laase

In 1976, Susan Wright played in the U.S. Open at Forrest Hills. Thirty-nine years later, she is headed back there this summer to play in a grass-court tournament. Wright said the excitement of returning reminded her how crazy and unexpected ...

Briefs, Aug. 5, 2015

By Staff

Girl Scouts host kindergarten party Girl Scouts of Colorado has teamed with the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens to present a First Day of Kindergarten After-Party from 3:30–5:30 p.m. Thursday, at the Botanical Gardens, 644 ...

New law on DUIs in effect

By Charles Ashby

Colorado’s new felony driving under the influence law takes effect today, with Mesa County’s top prosecutor promising to enforce it often and a Grand Junction resident who pushed hard for its passage vowing to strengthen the law in ...

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