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West Slope:
 Go elsewhere 
to get water

By Gary Harmon

Colorado’s water plan should look outside Colorado’s borders to meet fast-growing demands within, the head of the largest water supplier on the West Slope and the mayor of Grand Junction said Thursday. “There’s no ...

Bike group 
needs help 
on weekend 
trail work

By Staff

The Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trail Association and retailer REI are teaming for another trail build along the rim of Grand Mesa this weekend, in an effort to connect the Mesa Top Trail to Flowing Park with new singletrack. This weekend, ...

Blotter, July 11, 2014

By Staff

Drowned man identified A man whose body was found in the Colorado River near Rifle Saturday has been identified as 61-year-old George Hoskovec. According to the Garfield County Coroner’s Office, the cause of death was drowning. ...

Death notices, July 11

By Staff

■ Marvin Wayne Archer, 83, Grand Junction, died July 10, 2014, at Palisades Living Center. Arrangements are pending with Palisade Funeral Home. He is survived by one son, Michael of Grand Junction; one daughter, Dena Sullivan of ...


Bloomberg’s slam about roads upsets Republicans

By Charles Ashby

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg made some comments about Colorado to a national magazine that has state Republicans here up in arms. Bloomberg, who helped push through controversial gun laws in Colorado last year and bankrolled ...

Email letters, July 10, 2014

By Staff

Re-designation of CNM would only benefit special interest groups According to todays editorial, the Daily Sentinel still does not get it. It is a much-repeated myth that re-designating Colorado National Monument to a national park does not ...

Rainbow Family fest cost Forest Service $500K

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Forest Service officials say it cost the agency about $500,000 in staffing costs to handle a counterculture group’s annual gathering in the mountains east of Salt Lake City. Forest Service spokeswoman Kathy Jo ...

Protections for rare western mouse take effect

By The AP

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The U.S. Forest Service says it hasn’t decided whether to fence off watering holes and other wetlands to protect an endangered mouse found in New Mexico and parts of Arizona and Colorado. Formal protections for ...

Body found in Colorado River identified

By The AP

A body found in the Colorado River near Rifle has been identified as 61-year-old George Hoskovec. He was identified through a fingerprint match conducted by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office ...


Immigration reform urged

By Gary Harmon

Voters in Colorado and across the United States want changes to the nation’s immigration system, even if they also believe the existing system is being misused, Club 20 leaders and others said Wednesday. “We believe it’s ...

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