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Low price, high supply upsets firm’s drilling plans

By Dennis Webb

Williams has backed off plans to significantly expand its Piceance Basin drilling next year, citing continued softness in natural gas prices. The company, which is running a dozen rigs locally, now is planning to operate 11 next ...


Candidates sweep across Western Slope on last weekend before election D-Day

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The two Democrats looking to remain in Congress visited western Colorado on Thursday and Friday, just in time to clear the way for the two Republicans running to replace them. U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., rallied with about 30 supporters ...


Getting It Right, Oct. 30, 2010

By Staff

A story on page 3A Friday about the city of Grand Junction installing new streetlights should have said the city is considering adding an additional fee, not a tax, to pay for future streetlight use.  ...


Officials argue merits of medical pot ban

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Ban medical marijuana centers in Mesa County, and you’ll drive the drug into neighborhoods unchecked and make it more difficult for patients to access medicine to which they’re legally entitled, County Commissioner Janet Rowland ...


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20.5-mile bike journey from Community Center in Mesa to top of Grand Mesa tough

By Bill Haggerty

What a difference a day makes. Twenty four little hours….. “What a difference a day made” was a popular song originally written in Spanish by Maria Mendez Grever, a Mexican composer, in 1934. Originally, the song was known ...


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Month’s Best Photos for October 2010

By Staff

A http://www.gjsentinel.com/?URL=http://www.gjsentinel.com/galleries/galleries/37184/selection of the best photos taken by Sentinel photographers during October.  ...


E-mail letters, October 29, 2010

By Staff

Salazar didn’t give away stimulus money by himself Sometimes I’m amazed at what “we the people” say.  Three billion dollars that John Salazar spent on ants! The National Science Foundation website says ...


Judge grants restraining order against Montrose County Commission

By William Woody

MONTROSE — District Judge Jeff Herron granted a temporary restraining order this afternoon, filed by an attorney representing the Montrose Memorial Hospital board of trustees against the Montrose Board of County Commissioners. Attorneys ...


Early voting in Colo. nears 1M ballots

By The AP

DENVER — Nearly 1 million Colorado voters have already cast their ballots, with Republicans voting in larger numbers than Democrats. Colorado elections officials had collected more than 924,000 ballots by this afternoon. As they have ...


Calendar: Week of Oct. 29, 2010

By Staff

FRIDAY, OCT. 29 Trick or Treat Street 2010 for kids, hosted by Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce, participating businesses in Fruita will have a flier in their window, 3-5 p.m.; free refreshments and photos The End Zone Sports Pub, 152 S. Mesa, ...


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