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Lawyers: Tippetts offered to discuss his plans for airport

By Gary Harmon

An attorney for the former chief at Grand Junction Regional Airport suggested last fall that Rex Tippetts might be willing to discuss his previous plans for the airport with the new board. One of Tippetts’ Grand Junction attorneys, ...


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Happy to play at home

By Matt Meyer

The Grand Junction High School boys basketball team is right where it expected to be. The Tigers received a No. 4 seed Sunday when the Colorado High School Activities Association released the playoff brackets for the Class 5A and 4A ...


“Extreme weather” to close Montrose-Olathe schools on Monday

By Staff

All Montrose and Olathe schools will be closed Monday due to anticipated “extreme weather,” School District RE-1J announced tonight. Sporting events and extra-curricular activities will also be canceled for the day. The district ...


Grand Valley under winter weather advisory

By Staff

The National Weather Service in Grand Junction says snow is expected to accumulate overnight in much of the Grand Valley, which is under a winter weather advisory. Anywhere from 3 to 6 inches of snow is possible through noon on Monday, while ...


Storm drops several inches of snow on Colorado areas

By The AP

DENVER — A snow storm swept across parts of Colorado’s Front Range and dumped up to three inches an hour in some areas as residents coped with another round of wintry weather that could bring two feet or more to some places by ...


Durango Police Department scrambles to fill vacancies

By The AP

DURANGO — The Durango Police Department is scrambling to fill vacancies amid reports of low morale. In the past 15 months, 15 sworn officers have left the Durango Police Department. Reasons include schedule changes, low morale and ...


Courts order dozens of people to stay out of Denver areas

By The AP

DENVER — Judges are ordering dozens of people to stay out of high-profile areas in Denver because authorities believe they are a nuisance. According to the Denver Post (http://tinyurl.com/l6pfdy5 ), law officers in Denver and other ...


From Dr. Evil,
with love

By Guest Columnist

By Sam Schabacker Recently The Sentinel’s editorial page repeated a charge that’s been formulated by the right-wing echo chamber: that the movement to oppose fracking is brought to you by “Russkies.” The more we see ...


Oil and gas development threaten a World Heritage Site

By Andrew Gulliford

Across the nation there are many places to drill for oil and gas but only one center for the ancient Ancestral Puebloan culture exists. A World Heritage Site, Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northern New Mexico is being threatened by ...


Large-scale industrial activity a tough fit for Colorado’s farm-to-table capital

By Guest Columnist

By Mike Drake Like many places in western Colorado, the economy in the North Fork Valley remains challenging. Over the decades, our swings in fortune have been influenced by forces outside our valley. Volatile commodity and energy markets can ...


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