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Mining proposal stuns Redstone

By Dennis Webb

REDSTONE — When a national forest official recently told residents of the Redstone area about renewed interest in mining coal up a valley where millions of dollars have been spent on reclamation from a former mine, “It just ...

Death Notices, Feb. 9, 2012

By Staff

■ Karl “John” Kampf, 68, Grand Junction, died Feb. 4, 2012, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Clifton Congregation Jehovah’s Witness. Survivors include his wife, Donna; two sons, ...

House panel receives Bradford traffic stop report

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The Denver Police Department has turned over all of the information it has about the January traffic stop of Rep. Laura Bradford to a House ethics panel looking into suspected drunken driving and improper use of a legislative ...

Blotter, Feb. 9, 2012

By Staff

Threat outside bar alleged Joseph David Windscheffel, 30, 336 Catkin St., was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of threatening another man with a knife early Tuesday morning outside of Quincy Bar, 609 Main St. Windscheffel was arrested on ...

No fast cash in oil shale, nonpartisan agency says

By {screen_name}

Critics of oil shale development crowed Wednesday about a Congressional Budget Office conclusion that leasing land for oil shale development would provide no immediate revenue boost to federal coffers. The issue is significant because oil ...

Getting It Right, Feb. 9, 2012

By Staff

A story on Page 11A on Wednesday incorrectly said Phyllis Hunsinger spoke on behalf of Mesa County Commission candidate Rose Pugliese during a GOP caucus Tuesday night. The speaker was Janet Blackman.  ...

‘Make My Day’ cited as DA declines charges in November shooting

By Paul Shockley

Citing issues raised in Colorado’s “Make My Day” law, the Mesa County District Attorney’s office today said no charges will be filed in connection with the fatal shooting of an alleged burglar who tried to break into an ...

There are a variety of ways to detect intoxicated drivers

By Rick Wagner

The last couple of weeks I’ve been getting a lot of questions about driving under the influence, which I tend to believe are spurred from the recent contact by Denver law enforcement with Western Slope representative Laura Bradford. It ...

Printed letters, Feb. 9, 2012

By Staff

I agree with Rick Wagner’s assessment of parking meters downtown. Why should shoppers feed the meters downtown while shopping, dining or simply wandering about, paying the same sales taxes they pay at the Mesa Mall or other shopping ...

Put the shackles on use of ankle monitors

By The Daily Sentinel

If the horrific event that occurred last week near the town of Mesa — when Robert Matile apparently shot and killed his estranged girlfriend, LaVon Hoffman, then killed himself — were the only instance of court-ordered ankle ...

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