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Construction begins on pipeline to send gas from Colorado to West Coast

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Construction began Saturday in various locations along the path of the Ruby Pipeline, a conduit that would give some Piceance Basin energy companies access to West Coast markets. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Friday approved ...

Man gets 32 years to life in assaults

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man convicted of sexually assaulting a disabled woman, and attempting to sexually assault another disabled woman, was sentenced Monday to serve 32 years to life in prison. “These were people who can’t make ...

Texas team defeats Fruita Little League

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McAllister Park (San Antonio, Texas) Little League defeated Fruita 4-0 in a Southwestern Regional elimination game in Waco, Texas. Fruita was limited to six hits, including a leadoff single by Arianna Zambrano in the sixth, but was left ...

Coroner ID’s body found in canal Saturday

By Paul Shockley

A body pulled from the Grand Valley Irrigation Canal on Saturday was that of a 22-year-old Clifton man, according to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office. Wesley R. Walgenbach was the victim of an accidental drowning, the coroner’s ...

County OKs liquor license for Clifton store

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Mesa County commissioners this morning granted a liquor license to a third liquor store within a three-block stretch in Clifton, overruling store owners who lamented that the decision could lead to a boost in illegal sales to minors and ...

E-mail letters, Aug. 2, 2010

By Staff

McInnis displays his disinterest in reading I’m writing regarding a Colorado Matters interview with gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis that aired July 28 on the mid-morning show. McInnis spoke about education, stressing the need for ...

A gusher of confusion continues in the Gulf

By The Daily Sentinel

For those readers who have stopped paying close attention to the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico — a new effort to permanently plug the well was initiated Monday evening. Called a “static kill,” the procedure requires ...

Printed letters, August 3, 2010

By Staff

Medical marijuana is an oxymoron This is regarding The Daily Sentinel’s July 26 article, “Foes:  Lawsuits likely if medical pot ban approved by voters”: Medical marijuana is an oxymoron.  Smoking pot has less to ...

Eager for August after valley’s typical hot July

By Denny Herzog

A couple of weeks ago, Kathy and I left Jackson Hole, Wyo., about 8 in the morning. The temperature was a brisk 46 degrees. Eight hours later we pulled into our driveway. The temperature was 102 degrees. That’s the problem with good ...

Chipeta Men’s League Golf Results August 2, 2010

By Staff

Chipeta Men's League - August 2, 2010 Low Gross / Low Net - Front 9 1st Gross Larry Falken   2nd Gross Darrell Gilbert   1st ...

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