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Consumer advocate reviewing Xcel rate hike request

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Office of Consumer Counsel is closely studying Xcel Energy Inc.‘s request for a $141.9 million electricity rate hike, which would raise the typical residential customer’s monthly bill by about 6 ...


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City crews working to remove leaves

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

City of Grand Junction leaf removal crews are still running late this week due to a high volume of dropping leaves and some equipment malfunction. “We’re not completely back on schedule yet,” said Chris Spears, street ...


Oil-shale development acreage may be cut

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management is working on a recommendation to drop 270,000 acres from the 2 million currently allocated for possible oil shale development in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. That’s according to Garfield County Commissioner ...


Utah man killed in truck crash

By Paul Shockley

A Utah man driving a tanker truck loaded down with crude oil died Thursday morning in a single-vehicle rollover crash that sparked a small wildfire southwest of Craig, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The 62-year-old man from Vernal ...


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Palisade Cafe closes, may reopen

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A well-known Palisade restaurant has closed, although the loss to downtown could be short-lived. The Palisade Cafe and Grill, 113 W. Third St., served its last meal last weekend and is now for sale. A sign taped to a window indicates the ...


Printed letters, Nov. 25, 2011

By Staff

Many people have stake in Wall Street I read that these “Occupy” protesters want to be rid of Wall Street. Well, who is Wall Street but millions of retirees who invested their retirement money in IRAs or mutual funds so they can ...


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Special days for shoppers, merchants

By The Daily Sentinel

Black Friday began early this morning, or perhaps late Thursday at some retailers. Black Friday is considered the biggest shopping day of the year, as customers gorged on Thanksgiving turkey go in search of Christmas-present bargains. We hope ...


Suggested ideas for those having trouble giving thanks

By Josh Penry

Thanksgiving these days is a b-b-bear. I don’t mean the holiday Thanksgiving (as in upper case “T”) that we just celebrated. What’s not to love about Turkey day? Family, giblet gravy, another week-long break in the ...


Slow holiday shifts get even slower for cops

By Paul Shockley

It was quiet leading up to Thanksgiving 2010 until the “head thumper” arrived. On Nov. 24, 2010, a preholiday lull was interrupted at the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department when a 38-year-old Clifton man turned up in the ...


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Blue-collar Bulldogs

By Nick Walter

What shows up on the film — from a Front Range school — wouldn’t happen here. Palisade High School football coach John Arledge has seen it: dancing, prancing, visors and earrings, towels hanging like rags and visors ...


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