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Two apply for spot on Airport Authority

By Gary Harmon

Two candidates for the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority board told county commissioners on Tuesday that the airport appears to be recovered and under good management, but has yet to emerge as the economic asset it should be. Dan ...


Some county residents consider mill levy hikes

By Charles Ashby

Beyond the candidate races and statewide ballot questions, a handful of Mesa County voters also have a few very local issues to consider on Election Day. For about 550 residents and property owners near De Beque, two of those questions will ...


Blotter: Nov. 4, 2016

By Staff

Student in suicide ID’d   The Mesa County Coroner’s Office said Thursday that the Grand Junction High School student who died Wednesday in the parking lot of the school was Jose T. Bueno Jr. The coroner reports that Bueno ...


Attorney defends Schwartz TV ad

By Gary Harmon

Complaints of coordination between candidates and so-called super political-action committees have generally fallen short before the Federal Election Commission, said an attorney who represents the House Majority PAC. The House Majority PAC ...


Death Notices, Nov. 4, 2016

By Staff

■ Shirley Jeanne Jenson, 77, Palisade, died Nov. 2, 2016, at HopeWest and Palliative Hospice Center. No services are planned. Survivors include her husband, Don; one son, Don Jr. of Gypsum; one daughter, Carla InsKeep of Fruita; and ...


Triple Played: A salute to America, weird, catchy lyrics and all

By Rock Cesario

America was the first band that I saw perform at Red Rocks. It was in 1974 with a buddy from high school. I had been a big fan since I heard “A Horse With No Name” from their first record. America’s self-titled debut was ...


Cowboy Up!

By Ann Wright

Terry Nash’s dad sang all the old cowboy songs — the songs about cattle, horses, the range and never-ending stars over a campfire in the West. So when Nash hears one of those songs today, the memory of his dad and his ...


Email Letters: November 3, 2016

By Staff

We know that Tipton can get the job done Our Congressional race seems like a pretty clear choice to me. Our incumbent Scott Tipton, a constitutional conservative committed to limited government and job growth, is up against Gail Schwartz, a ...


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GarCo landfill 
uses microbes 
to treat soil
 fouled by oil

By Dennis Webb

RULISON — Garfield County is relying on tiny organisms to help deal with a big problem associated with local oil and gas development. A pilot facility at the county’s landfill at the base of the Roan Plateau near Rulison is using ...


Talking culture in America and whether we can come together

By Special to the Sentinel

Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of interviews with Robin Brown (left in photo) and Sarah Shrader, two women from opposite sides of the political divide who are active in efforts to improve the Grand Valley’s economy ...


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