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Energy Fuels plans to buy uranium mill, mines

By Dennis Webb

The company seeking to build the Piñon Ridge uranium mill in Montrose County has agreed to buy an existing mill in Utah and other assets that would make it a leading U.S. uranium company. Energy Fuels Inc. plans to buy Denison Mines ...


Three arrested, one at-large in GJ theft

By The Daily Sentinel

Three have been arrested and one person remains at large on suspicion of burglary and theft of tens of thousands of dollars in cash and multiple firearms, the Grand Junction Police Department said in a release Monday. Taren Amsberry, 32, ...


Man goes missing in river after auto theft

By Dennis Webb

A man being sought for auto theft in New Castle this morning fled via the Colorado River, apparently either drowning or escaping in the process. New Castle police said they were notified about 7:47 a.m. by a business on Garfield County Road ...


Myths collide with realities in our public discussions

By Jim Spehar

“That’s not a lie. It’s a terminological inexactitude.” — Alexander Haig. It’s interesting to hear the mythology that sometimes surrounds public issues. Especially when the myths seem to circle back again ...


Success in preserving valuable fruitlands

By The Daily Sentinel

Two years ago, when Mesa Land Trust announced its “Fruitlands Forever” initiative, its goal was to ensure enough of the valuable fruit and wine lands at the east end of the valley were protected from development that there would ...


Printed letters, April 17, 2012

By Staff

It’s been said that green technology is in our future. I can’t argue with that, but I think perhaps it’s wishful thinking at this time. The way electric and hybrid cars are being hyped these days, you’d believe it was ...


Burglar arrested in shower after champagne, meal

By The Associated Press

JOSHUA TREE, Calif. — Police say a naked burglar has been arrested while taking a shower after he sipped champagne and ate a meal in a Southern California family’s home. San Bernardino County sheriff’s Sgt. Steve Wilson says ...


Divided CO Senate approves ‘Buy American’ bill

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A divided Colorado Senate has voted along party lines to approve a bill giving preference in state contracts for American-made products and equipment. The bill passed 20-15 Monday after a short debate. Democrats say the ...


Denver Post’s Walker wins Pulitzer for photography

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Craig Walker, a photographer for The Denver Post, has won his second Pulitzer Prize. Walker was named the winner for feature photography on Monday for “Welcome Home”, which chronicled a soldier who returned from ...


Police on lookout for Rangely robber, schools locked down

By Dennis Webb

Police are searching for a robber in Rangely, forcing schools there to be placed on lockdown. Police have confirmed a robbery took place but haven’t immediately released any details. Todd Cordrey, superintendent of the Rangely School ...


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