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COGA drills for legal win

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado Oil and Gas Association has every right to sue the state agency that oversees gas drilling, just as environmental groups have been known to sue state and federal agencies if they believe regulations aren’t stringent ...


Garfield County has swine flu case

By Dennis Webb

An H1N1 (swine) flu case has been confirmed in Garfield County, in what is the second confirmed case in western Colorado. The case involves a Glenwood Springs High School student. Roaring Fork School District Re-1 Superintendent Judy ...


Energy firm announces more losses

By Dennis Webb

An energy company operating near Collbran has announced further losses, but says a reduction in drilling-related costs makes it optimistic about the future of its western Colorado business even at current natural gas prices. Delta Petroleum ...


Blotter: May 07, 2009

By Staff

DUI patrols ramped up • Eagle County law enforcement agencies will saturate the roadways with DUI patrol May 9 and 10 as part of a “Heat is On” campaign for Mother’s Day and high school graduations. “If you ...


Bicyclist struck, killed on B 1/2 Road

By Staff

A 61-year-old woman riding a bicycle was struck and killed by a vehicle Tuesday afternoon at B 1/2 Road, near 30 1/2 Road, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The collision occurred around 3:44 p.m. Susan Baker, of Grand Junction, was ...


City grants strip club its liquor license

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The Grand Junction Liquor Licensing Authority approved a liquor license Wednesday for a strip club in an industrial area of the city, bringing to a close a contentious issue that stretched out for nearly a year. Local businessman Kevin ...


Prostitution alleged in arrests of 15 immigrants

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Fifteen illegal immigrants have been arrested on suspicion of running brothels on the Front Range and in Glenwood Springs. The ring, known as “Mi Casa Su Casa,” operated 11 brothels in Colorado, Attorney General John Suthers ...


Monument gets $228K to maintain popular canyon trail

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Colorado National Monument will get $150,000 more in federal money to repair one of its popular and more difficult trails. The additional money brings to $228,000 the amount the monument will receive from the American Recovery and ...


Rifle grad involved in alleged incident during state tournament

By Paul Shockley

A Rifle High School wrestler slated to attend Mesa State College was arrested on suspicion of a sex crime against a girl in Denver hours after he won a state championship. James Conrardy, 18, is scheduled to be advised Friday in Denver County ...


BILL PITTS FLY 5-10

Regional Airport hope federal officials will relent on deadline

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Officials at Grand Junction Regional Airport are hoping federal officials will relent on a June 1 deadline to secure the entire airport. The new regulations affect not only the airport and its immediate environs, but some private pilots say ...


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