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Blind hunter sights in opportunity to take a buck

By Dave Buchanan

After cautiously waiting and watching the shadows grow light, the buck mule deer slowly stepped out of the trees. Vance Wilson turned his head and whispered, “He’s out now, I think we’ll get a shot.” Darrel Chapman, ...


State parks honoring veterans

By Dave Buchanan

Fall out. To the nearest Colorado state park, that is. All 42 state parks are offering free admission Thursday to veterans in honor of Veterans Day. “In honor of their dedication to service, country and freedom, Colorado State Parks is ...

Headed out Christmas tree hunting?

By The Daily Sentinel

Are you heading into the woods to cut your own Christmas tree? Daily Sentinel reporter Rachel Sauer is writing a story about Christmas do-it-yourself-ers. Contact her at 970-256-4263 or by e-mail at .(JavaScript must be enabled to ...

Human Services head leaving county

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The head of the Mesa County Department of Human Services is leaving his post after what was termed a mutual agreement between him and the county commissioners. Len Stewart, who has headed the department for more than three years, will remain ...

Stock up on holiday wines now

By Dave Buchanan

With the holiday season rapidly approaching, this is a great time to snoop around your wine collection and fill in the holes for all those holiday parties. However, don’t think you’re somehow going to please everyone. Even with ...

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Senior Daybreak of Hilltop opens doors to new facility

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Senior Daybreak of Hilltop participants are eager to show-off their newly remodeled facility to the public which many consider a second home. An open house will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. today which will include tours, snacks and ...

More than 1,000 gather to rally against Westboro

By The AP

DURANGO — Students at Fort Lewis College scrambled to organize a counterprotest after learning that a Kansas-based church planned to picket a film screening on campus. The Durango Herald reported that more than 1,000 students, faculty ...

Monument waives fees on Veterans Day

By The AP

GRAND JUNCTION — The Colorado National Monument is waiving entrance fees for all visitors on Veterans Day Thursday. The monument outside Grand Junction is part of the greater Colorado Plateau and includes sheer red rock cliffs, canyons ...

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Indicted troopers appear in court

By Paul Shockley

Under criminal indictment in the shooting death of an unarmed Redlands man, two Colorado State Patrol troopers were accompanied by Front Range attorneys Tuesday during brief court hearings. Appearing for the first time since a grand jury ...

Gravel pit approval stands

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction planning commissioners Tuesday night denied a request by opponents to reconsider a gravel-pit proposal for an Orchard Mesa neighborhood. Opponents of the proposal by Schooley-Weaver Partnership said they will appeal the ...

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