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Printed letters, June 30, 2010

By Staff

Teller Arms thankful for veterans’ business As on-site property manager for Teller Arms Shopping Center, I am replying to the article by Amy Hamilton published in The Daily Sentinel on June 19. Teller Arms Shopping Center is, as all ...


Walleye threaten Red Fleet fishery

By Dave Buchanan

The discovery of a healthy population of walleye in Red Fleet Reservoir threatens the future of that popular fishery, said the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Utah fishery biologists say walleye, considered a top predator, will upset the ...


DNA tests fail to prove wolf presence on De Beque ranch

By Dave Buchanan

DNA tests on scat samples collected earlier this year on the High Lonesome Ranch did not prove positive for wolf DNA, according to researchers from the Robert Wayne Lab at UCLA. Many of the samples were too degraded to offer good results, the ...


Florida man, 63, faces charges after being shot in burglary attempt

By Paul Shockley

A Florida man shot in the legs early Monday after he allegedly tried to burglarize a home in Gateway faces arrest upon his release from St. Mary’s Hospital, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said today. William Bailey, 63, was ...


Report: 1 ejected in accident near De Beque on I-70

By Paul Shockley

Emergency crews are responding to a reported two-vehicle accident on Interstate 70 in which one person was ejected from a vehicle, according to the Colorado State Patrol and initial radio reports. One lane of eastbound and westbound traffic ...


Four men held after meth bust in Clifton

By Paul Shockley

Four people face a range of possible drug-related felony charges after the Western Colorado Drug Task Force was tipped off about a car carrying methamphetamine arriving in Grand Junction from Rifle, according to an arrest affidavit. Several ...


BLM proposes no drilling for Vermillion Basin

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is proposing protecting the 77,000-acre Vermillion Basin from energy development. The agency said today that under its upcoming resource management plan proposal for its Little Snake Field Office in Craig, ...


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Rally for a Cure brings men and women together for good cause

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Nearly 200 women and men, all wearing pink clothing, gathered at Bookcliff Country Club Tuesday afternoon to help fight breast cancer at the first “Rally for a Cure” event. The golf tournament attracted women from across the ...


BLM to double fees at Glade Park campground

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The Bureau of Land Management next month will double the camping fee at the Mud Springs Campground on Glade Park to cover the cost of maintaining the area. The agency announced this afternoon it will increase the camping fee from $5 to $10 a ...


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Ordinance clears medians; panhandling ‘less of a problem’

By Emily Shockley

A year ago today the Grand Junction City Council voted down two ordinances that would have prohibited panhandling in a median, within 50 feet of an intersection and within varying distances of other landmarks, or in an “aggressive” ...


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