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E-mail letters, July 7, 2011

By Staff

College neighbors will lose money with the expansion The Grand Junction City Council recently denied the request of one of Mesa State College’s neighbors for a zoning change partly based on the need to continue to work with the ...


Hickenlooper lauds fossil site’s significance

By Dennis Webb

A scientist and a governor this morning hailed the importance of a Snowmass Village Ice Age fossil site that has produced thousands of bones. “I think the science boundary that was pushed here is significant; it’s ...


CDOW weekly fishing report — July 6, 2011

By Special to the Sentinel

For river fishermen across Colorado, the wait goes on. Virtually all free-flowing rivers still are running bank-full and off-color, and even the South Platte tailwaters, which for a number of weeks provided the best stream-fishing conditions ...


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Cash treasure hunt to begin in Fruita

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Fruita business owners are hoping cold hard cash will lure shoppers to their struggling downtown stores. They’re offering nearly $2,000 to anyone who can solve the first annual Cash Money Treasure Hunt which will kick-off Aug. 4. ...


Kym’s League Golf Results July 7, 2011

By Staff

Kym's League - July 7, 2011 Low Net 1st Wanda Thesing 25 T2nd Donna Riddle 26 T2nd Pam ...


Feds: Serious problems with Colo. welfare computer

By The AP

DENVER — Nearly seven years after it came online, a federal audit of the state’s welfare computer system says it has “serious” problems. Results of the audit of the Colorado Benefits Management System were released ...


Study ranks Colo. lowest in obesity

By The AP

DENVER — A new study ranks Colorado as the least obese state in the nation. Two public health groups, the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, released a study today which says that Colorado ...


Hotchkiss rancher before Congress on USDA rule

By Duffy Hayes

DENVER — A Colorado rancher is in Washington to tell Congress about a proposed rule that she says would hurt beef producers. Robbie LeValley of LeValley Ranch in Hotchkiss is testifying this morning before the Agriculture, Energy and ...


Board of new Colo. parks, wildlife division meets

By The AP

DENVER — Members of the new Colorado Parks and Wildlife Board have chosen their officers in their first meeting since the former Colorado Division of Wildlife and Colorado State Parks merged July 1. Gov. John Hickenlooper had suggested ...


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Lochmiller cast as predator, victim in opening arguments at trial

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DENVER — Philip Rand Lochmiller preyed on the hopes of his investors as he operated Valley Investments in Grand Junction like a private bank for himself and his family, prosecutors told a federal jury Wednesday. Hardly so, countered ...


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