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Moose threatened by sloppy hunters, officials warn

By The AP

FRISCO, Colo. (AP) — Colorado wildlife authorities say the state’s small moose population faces a frustrating threat: sloppy hunters who think they’re aiming at elk. The Summit Daily News reports that just halfway through ...

Cripple Creek faces uncertain gaming future

By The AP

CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo. (AP) — Cripple Creek marked 20 years of legal gambling last month, but the anniversary was muted. The historic mining town doesn’t have much to celebrate as its gaming industry faces an uncertain future. The ...

Sunday newspapers available this afternoon

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Sunday Daily Sentinel newspapers will be delivered this afternoon to subscribers. The Sentinel experienced problems with its printing press this morning. Advertising inserts separately are being delivered to subscribers.  ...

Disclosure rules good for Colorado

By The Daily Sentinel

The science of hydraulic fracturing — or fracking — has changed in the three years since Colorado adopted the toughest-in-the-nation rules on oil and gas drilling, including fracking. So has the industry’s attitude about ...


Thousands attend furniture store grand opening

By Charles Ashby

Some came to win prizes. Others came to find good deals. Still others came to American Furniture Warehouse’s grand opening Saturday just to look around. There easily were thousands of people throughout the day who walked through the big ...

Read Daily Sentinel e-edition for free

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Read The Daily Sentinel’s e-edition for free today. Due to press problems, delivery of the newspaper will be delayed, although advertising inserts will be delivered. Check back for updates. Click this link for free access to ...

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National Guard christens new $12 million training center

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When work began a year ago on a $12 million readiness center for the Colorado National Guard in Grand Junction, the unit it houses had five Western Slope members. On Saturday, when the $12 million building officially opened, Charlie Company ...

Fracking operation prompts more concern about air pollution in Battlement Mesa

By Dennis Webb

Another hydraulic fracturing operation related to natural gas development is triggering concerns about air pollution in Battlement Mesa. Photos taken by resident Garry Evenson show what he says were smelly emissions rising from an Encana Oil ...

GJ fire chief a finalist for Fort Collins job

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction Fire Chief Ken Watkins has been recruited and is one of three finalists for the top position at the Poudre Fire Authority. Watkins said he is not actively looking for jobs outside the Grand Junction Fire Department, but the ...

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Quilter shows winning face at Houston

By Sherida Warner

Making faces can be a silly children’s game, but that’s not the case for art quilter Maria Elkins of Beavercreek, Ohio. She makes a career out of making faces — as in cloth portraits — and she has filmed a how-to DVD, ...

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