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Delta asking citizens, businesses to limit power use today

By The Daily Sentinel

The City of Delta and Delta Montrose Electric Association wants citizens and businesses in Delta to limit electric service use between noon and 9:00 p.m. because a transformer has failed and power is being rerouted through other ...


072810 OUT small water fish

Great fishing can be had in areas you wouldn’t expect, like small streams

By Dave Buchanan

Under the heading, “More here than meets the eye,” we offer the example of fishing a small stream. Small, in this case, means anything too small to float and with only the occasional hole more than knee-deep. Angling writer John ...


072810 OUT young moose

Nibble this: Be sure to attend Grand Mesa Moose Day

By Dave Buchanan

Twig eaters. That’s what the Algonquin word “moose” means, an indication of what Colorado’s largest wild mammal loves to nibble. There are lots of twigs on Grand Mesa, and each year there are more moose. Current ...


072810 OUT small waters lede

Reach out, grab a novice hunter by getting Huntmaster certificate

By Dave Buchanan

Don’t believe the rumors that hunting is dead. Each year, the Colorado Division of Wildlife, through its Hunter Outreach Program, offers special training courses and hunts for novice hunters, including youths, women and families. Those ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report — July 27, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: Mid-Summer Fishing Late-July is often the time when anglers start to turn their attention to the many warm water species that can be found throughout the state. When cold water species move to deeper water and become less ...


SUN CEN RATES COUPLE STOOL

Mortgage rates at lowest levels since Eisenhower years

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Mortgage interest rates below 5 percent might be the sign of a moribund economy to some. Two Grand Junction families, however, are taking advantage of rates that last were this low during the Eisenhower administration. For one family, the ...


June sales tax collections up from June 2009

By Amy Hamilton

Finally, an inkling of hope that Grand Junction consumers may be feeling more comfortable about dipping into their wallets. For the first month this year, sales tax collections in June in Grand Junction were slightly higher than the previous ...


Judge blocks parts of Arizona immigration law

By The AP

PHOENIX — A judge has blocked the most controversial sections of Arizona’s new immigration law from taking effect Thursday, handing a major legal victory to opponents of the crackdown. The law will still take effect Thursday, but ...


Lincoln Park Men’s Club Golf Results July 28, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Men's Club - July 28, 2010 Four Man Scramble T1st Mike L., Joe W., Phil H., Mike G. 29 T1st Tom L., Justin C., Reggie B., David ...


Competitive wine making: Locals grab gold at county fair

By Dave Buchanan

Stoney Mesa Vineyards of Cedaredge and Reeder Mesa Vineyards swept the gold medals at the first Mesa County Fair Commercial Wine Competition, the results of which were announced last week. The Stoney Mesa 2008 Riesling was judged the top ...


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