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Hickenlooper: No new oil, gas limits

By The AP

DENVER — A day after giving up on a special legislative session on oil and gas drilling, Gov. John Hickenlooper is speaking with industry allies about his opposition to proposed Colorado ballot measures to limit drilling. Hickenlooper ...


So long, Steve King

By The Daily Sentinel

In dropping out of the Mesa County sheriff’s race Wednesday, State Sen. Steve King did the right thing for the community and for himself. His decision will allow a vacancy committee to select a new GOP candidate for sheriff. ...


Printed Letters: July 17, 2014

By Staff

Brutal attack a reminder to prepare to fight back The article on Tuesday describing the brutal attack and murder of a man in Orchard Mesa is a stark reminder of what can happen in any neighborhood no matter the size or demographic makeup ...


Does Polis care about his party?

By Rick Wagner

I was surprised to learn this week that my friend Josh Penry, Time magazine and I agreed on something. First surprise – Time magazine’s still in business? I know, who knew? My impression was that they had declared the electric car ...


Council seeks bike lane for B 1/2 Road overpass

By Greg Ruland

A new, protected bike lane on the B 1/2 Road overpass could be constructed on Orchard Mesa as early as 2016, should the federal grant request unanimously authorized by Grand Junction City Council on Wednesday win approval from state ...


Western Slope native to shoot pilot episode for new reality series

By Greg Ruland

A Western Slope native moved to Hollywood from Denver last spring, taking the entertainment planning business he started to a new level with a chance to produce reality television for the Food Network. “It’s been four months (in ...


Mesa County GOP has 7 days to find replacement

By Charles Ashby

The Mesa County Republican Party is to choose a replacement to be its nominee for Mesa County sheriff early next week, party chairwoman Lois Dunn said Wednesday. The party will be replacing state Sen. Steve King, who won the GOP nomination in ...


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Daza’s HR lifts GJ Rox to win

By Staff

Yonathan Daza hit a three-run home run in Grand Junction’s four-run fifth inning Wednesday night as the Rockies defeated Missoula 5-3 in Missoula, Montana. The Rockies (17-12) were limited to seven hits, but four of them came in the ...


Ward hired to be CMU men’s golf head coach

By Allen Gemaehlich

Matt Ward has been involved in the game of golf for more than 20 years and couldn’t be more enthusiastic about his latest endeavor. The former professional caddie, teaching professional and sales manager is now the Colorado Mesa ...


Leblow hired to coach cross-country at Central

By Tim Harty

Ted Leblow heard Central High School once had a strong cross-country program. To be sure, he did some research. “From 1990 to 2000, they were going to state every year,” Leblow said. That perennial success seems like a long time ...


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