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County should put retail pot to a vote

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County Commissioner Rose Pugliese says if Mesa County residents want all of the drawbacks she associates with the commercial sale of marijuana — like “kids being born addicted to marijuana,” for example — then ...


Have a seat: replacing worn-out seats in Suplizio Field on wish list

By Patti Arnold

Taking care of the Lincoln Park Sports Complex isn’t simply a matter of watering and mowing a cool pattern in the grass on the baseball field or sweeping the crumb rubber back in place and swapping out goal posts on the football ...


Fun the name of the game at McDonald’s Family Classic tennis tournament

By Jon Mitchell

Jon and Benni St. Peter will be the first to admit they are not on the same level as Rafael Nadal. “This is our first tournament playing together,” Jon, Benni’s father, said Saturday afternoon on the first day of the ...


The great outdoors

By Matt Meyer

Cage Wars: Sudden Impact had a double meaning Saturday night. The open-air environment, the stadium lighting, the partially covered stands: All of the things that made the newest iteration of Cage Wars distinctive worked against staff trying ...

GJ Rockies rained out; will play DH today

By Patti Arnold

Only a dozen pitches into what began as a stellar start for Riley Pint, the rain was too much to continue Saturday night. Home plate umpire Josh Sword pulled the Grand Junction Rockies and Missoula Osprey off the field, and after a 34-minute ...

Outside Briefs, Aug. 6, 2016

By Staff

Smokey Bear’s birthday party is Aug. 13 Smokey Bear is turning a 70 years old and there will be a celebration from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Aug. 13 at the Grand Mesa Visitor Center. There be a variety of activities, including a wildlife ...


Fields of dreams

By Patti Arnold

Wants vs. needs. When you’re juggling a myriad of users in a high-use sports complex, priorities can be as diverse as the parties involved. Take the Lincoln Park Sports Complex, which caters to high school and college athletic teams, ...


May the Fork be with you

By Joel L. Evans

We were mostly by ourselves. Considering there is a good road next to a good river, that seems somewhat amazing. Normally in the fishing quest, it is a tradeoff of ease of access vs. solitude. Easy access means you’ll have some company ...


Agency launches long-term spruce, aspen treatment plan

By Dennis Webb

Responding to habitat shifts resulting from climate change will be one of the considerations for the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison national forests as the Forest Service embarks on a new forest treatment project over the next eight to ...

A warming Colorado — a brave new world

By Dennis Webb

Here is a look at some of the changes that have been documented or projected as Colorado copes with a warming climate: ■ According to the Colorado Climate Plan released by Gov. John Hickenlooper’s administration last year, the ...

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