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Clearing up some concerns about shed-antler hunting

By Dave Buchanan

A few readers of The Daily Sentinel raised concerns about a story in Sunday’s newspaper about the new restrictions regarding shed-antler hunting in northwest Colorado. Thanks go to Mike Porras, Northwest Region public information ...


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CMU team finishes 14th at College Fishing event at Lake Texoma

By Dave Buchanan

Cold and windy conditions created difficult fishing conditions for the 50 two-person teams competing Saturday in the FLW College Fishing Southern Conference event at Lake Texoma on the Texas-Oklahoma border. The short story is that only one ...


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Winter interlude

By Dave Buchanan

The mild winter has been kind to wildlife. Although a thin snowpack brings wrinkles of worry to the faces of water managers across the state, it also means easier access to graze and browse for the state’s deer, elk, pronghorn and other ...


Guidelines 
for oil, gas 
are released

By Dennis Webb

A state task force has agreed on nine recommendations for balancing land uses and reducing conflicts related to oil and gas development. But critics say it failed to accomplish the work asked of it, and a coalition Tuesday said it will pursue ...


Oil, gas task force recommendations OK’d, but ballot measure planned

By Dennis Webb

A state task force has agreed on nine recommendations for balancing land uses and reducing conflicts related to oil and gas development. But critics say it failed to accomplish the work asked of it, and a coalition Tuesday said it will pursue ...


Warrant for first-degree murder issued in Carbondale slaying

By Staff

An arrest warrant for first-degree murder has issued for a Carbondale man in connection with his wife’s death. Arturo Navarrete-Portillo, 46, remains at St. Mary’s Hospital and won’t be taken into custody until he’s ...


US 6 closed near Golden after rockslide, 1 taken to hospital

By The AP

GOLDEN — U.S. Highway 6 through Clear Creek Canyon is closed after a rockslide struck four vehicles, injuring one person. The rockslide happened Tuesday about six miles west of Golden. Colorado State Patrol spokesman Trooper Nate Reid ...


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Ursa Resources’ well plans not mixing with locals

By Dennis Webb

BATTLEMENT MESA — A steady stream of trucks rumbled several dozen feet from the front door of Dan and Jacque Gardner’s house outside Battlement Mesa Monday as work continued on a nearby Ursa Resources oil and gas pad. “Does ...


Colorado fracking opponents plan drive to put ban on ballot

By The AP

DENVER — Activists say they’ll try to put a measure on the 2016 ballot to ban hydraulic fracturing in Colorado. Coloradans Against Fracking announced the campaign Tuesday, just as a task force was trying to finish up ...


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Ron Sechrist

By Special to the Sentinel

1467 Castle Court Area: Fruita List Price: $475,000 Bedrooms:  Four Bathrooms: Three Total Square Feet: 2,560 Year Built: 2000 Lot Size: 3.358 acres Private serene feel within minutes from town. 3.358 Acres. Three car extended-bay ...


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