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Briefs, June 13, 2012

By Staff

Public-land fire restrictions set Federal officials in northwest Colorado announced Tuesday that fire restrictions will go into effect as of today for public lands controlled by the Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge and the Bureau of ...


Gunnison flows to increase in response to hot weather, higher demands

By Dave Buchanan

Anglers headed to the Gunnison River later this week should expect higher flows, according to the Bureau of Reclamation. A Bureau hydrologist said Tuesday releases from Crystal Dam and through the Black Canyon of the Gunnison River and the ...


Printed letters, June 13, 2012

By Staff

I was happy to learn that Grand Junction has received a grant to improve the airport terminal. Then I read that the first thing to be built is a new administration building. What benefit to the airlines or passengers will a new ...


Ballot bill becomes law

By The Daily Sentinel

Late last week, Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law House Bill 1036 that, among other things, establishes new rules for how and when ballots may be examined, especially in the weeks surrounding an election. We realize this amounts to ...


Rep. Lamborn’s flip-flop on oil shale subsidies could cost him in November

By Bill Grant

He was for it before he was against it before he was for it. Rep. Doug Lamborn, the Colorado Springs Republican, never met an oil and gas subsidy he didn’t like. So it was a surprise in February when he called for companies to use their ...


Mining group mulls appeal of haze lawsuit

By The Associated Press

DENVER – The Colorado Mining Association is considering whether to appeal the dismissal of its lawsuit challenging a regional haze plan, which state officials approved to help meet national air quality standards. The regional haze plan ...


True conservatism means practical leadership

By Guest Columnist

During this election campaign for county commissioner, the term “conservative” is constantly being bantered about by candidates and their supporters. One county commissioner candidate and his Denver-based column- writer supporter ...


Hot, dry conditions affecting angler success

By Special to the Sentinel

Colorado Fishing Report for June 12 Information for Anglers Be An Ambassador, Invite Someone Fishing – One of the top reasons people don’t fish is because nobody invited them. So the next time you go fishing, don’t forget ...


Road Trip: June 15-21

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some big shows or events coming to Colorado in the near future: ■ Aspen Music Festival and School’s season begins with “A Gershwin Celebration” — Benedict Music Tent, Aspen, June 28. ■ Kenny ...


OnStage: June 15–21

By Staff

Mesa Repertory Theatre “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged),” Friday and Saturday, June 15–16, Colorado Mesa University, Moss Performing Arts Center, Mesa Experimental Theatre, 1231 N. 12th St., 248-1604, ...


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