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Montezuma County looking to revive orchards

By The AP

CORTEZ — Montezuma County has a secret — mighty fruit orchards that once dominated the southwest Colorado landscape. Now a McElmo Canyon grower is trying to revive heirloom fruits once grown in the county and bring back what he ...


GJ Airport: Passengers OK after emergency plane landing

By Amy Hamilton

Passengers and crew members on a Virgin America flight from San Francisco to New York were OK after an emergency landing early this morning at Grand Junction Regional Airport, according to Airport Manager Rex Tippetts. At about 1:30 a.m., ...


Email letters, Sept. 8, 2011

By Staff

West Slope overlooked because of the tea party In response to The Daily Sentinel editorial of Sept. 7 I think I can clear up any confusion regarding Western Slope and other rural areas being overlooked when choosing representation for the ...


More competition this year at Aspen ski job fair

By The AP

ASPEN — Call it another sign of Colorado struggling job market — aspiring ski resort workers headed to a jobs fair Thursday in Aspen are being asked to set up online appointments first and fill out applications in advance. The ...


Centennial man to sit with first lady during jobs speech

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — A Centennial engineer will be sitting with first lady Michelle Obama during the president’s jobs pitch to Congress. The Denver Post reports that 43-year-old Kirk Bergstrom accepted an invitation for the Thursday night ...


Fort Collins cop faces perjury charge in murder case

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A Fort Collins police detective accused of lying in a murder trial that resulted in the conviction of an innocent man is due in court to face perjury charges. The (Fort Collins) Coloradoan reports that Lt. Jim Broderick ...


Workers finish new sign at Sports Authority Field

By The AP

DENVER — Workers are rushing to finish a new sign at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Officials plan to officially introduce the sign at the stadium’s south entrance on Thursday and talk about other planned changes now that ...


Durango recycling center stops taking plastic

By The AP

DURANGO — Durango’s recycling center is no longer accepting plastic after some workers got sick after handling plastic crushed into bales. The Durango Herald reports that two workers needed medical attention because of plastic ...


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Convicted ex-DA turns self in before sentencing in felony case

By Paul Shockley

Convicted felon and former 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra surrendered Tuesday night at the Montrose County Jail, revoking his own bond while awaiting sentencing in a bond-violation case. Serra, 49, arrived at the jail at 7 p.m. and ...


GJ police cite success of homeless team

By Amy Hamilton

It’s one success story that Grand Junction Police Department’s Homeless Outreach Team, or HOT, would love to replicate again and again. For months, the officers in the three-person team responded to a report of a drunken, homeless ...


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