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Logan bicyclist found dead in ditch

By The AP

LOGAN, Utah — Police are investigating after a bicyclist was found dead in a ditch in Logan. Capt. Curtis Hooley says a passerby found the body of 52-year-old Jeffrey Mayers on Wednesday while walking along the Logan River ...


CU president defends $5 million train line naming deal

By The AP

DENVER — University of Colorado’s president is defending a $5 million deal for naming rights on the train line to Denver International Airport in response to critics who say the university’s funds should have been spent ...


Environmental groups sue over Fruitland power plant, mine

By The AP

FARMINGTON, N.M. — Environmental groups are suing the federal government for its decision to extend operations at the Four Corners Power Plant and the Navajo Mine in Fruitland. The Farmington Daily-Times reports that the suit against ...


Printed Letters: April 21, 2016

By Staff

Grand Junction behind the times with burning As a physician on the front lines of treating patients with asthma and other chronic lung diseases, I strongly support a city-wide non-agricultural open burning ban. Any physician who treats these ...


Over-reliance on natural resources is an oversimplification of the problem

By Rick Wagner

This Sunday there appeared a guest column here on these very pages (well not these exact pages but some very similar pages) titled “Minnesota’s Iron Range holds lessons for the Western Slope”. The lesson being that sitting on ...


Disparities in health costs worth studying

By The Daily Sentinel

Some Front Range lawmakers have no interest in determining why health-care premiums are much higher in some regions of the state than others. Thankfully, the state Senate as a whole ignored objections to a measure that would require the ...


Commissioners invite public to community coffee

By Staff

esa County commissioners and other county officials have planned several community coffees this spring — including one coming up on Friday — to give residents a chance to meet with them in a relaxed environment. Community members ...


Sold: 77 percent 
of prospective 
pipeline capacity

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Companies have contracted for about three-quarters of the capacity for the pipeline that would serve the Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas export project in Oregon since a federal denial of the project in March based on the ...


Senate OKs bill 
to speed export of natural gas

By Gary Harmon

A measure passed by the U.S. Senate would speed the handling of U.S. Department of Energy permits for the export of natural gas to nations that don’t have free-trade agreements with the United States. The provision is among several with ...


Deaths, April 21, 2016

By Staff

■ Former Grand Junction resident, Richard R. Abeyta, 61, Thornton, died Feb. 7, 2016, at the University of Colorado Hospital in Denver. Services will take place at a later date. He was retired from the Department of Energy. Survivors ...


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