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Obama’s idea won’t encourage peace, Grand Junction man thinks

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President Obama’s call for Israel to fall back to the borders before 1967 is unlikely to encourage peace between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, a Grand Junction man with deep ties to the Jewish state said. “My gut reaction ...


Montrose reveals top candidates for city manager; one offer made

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose on Thursday afternoon released the names of the two finalists for city manager after The Daily Sentinel submitted an open records request, citing Colorado law. The finalists are Robert Karlinsey, city administrator ...


Taxpayers advocate: No subsidies for oil firms

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Oil companies should be cut off from tax breaks and subsidies, the founder of a Washington, D.C.-based organization said Thursday. Jill Lancelot, co-founder of Taxpayers for Common Sense, said that soaring oil-company profits combined with ...


Equine virus forces closure of fair facility

By Staff

Because of the Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1) outbreak, the Montrose County Fairgrounds in Montrose will voluntarily close its facilities to all horses for two weeks as a preventive measure. The horses that are currently boarded at the ...


Blotter, May 20, 2011

By Staff

Fraudulent checks alleged A Grand Junction man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of having fake checks and trespassing at Rimrock Wal-Mart, 2545 Rimrock Ave. where he was banned, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Kevin ...


Garfield County group a step closer to finishing South Canyon trail

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County and a trails group have taken another step toward completion of a trail through South Canyon west of Glenwood Springs. The Lower Valley Trails Group (LoVa) and the county today will mark the completion of the second phase of ...


Briefs, May 20, 2011

By Staff

Art auction tonight in Palisade The Extraordinary Women Art Auction is from 6 to 8 tonight, at Twisted Brick Studios, 128 E. Third St. in Palisade. Visitors can bid on Dianna Fritzler’s original Extraordinary Women painting, or on ...


Grand Junction police to focus on city’s most accident-prone areas

By Staff

Grand Junction police officers are serious about reducing crashes in the city’s most accident-prone routes. New street signs heading into some of these areas warn motorists that officers will be watching drivers’ actions. The new ...


Death Notices, May 20, 2011

By Staff

Gertrude A. “Lucille” Bauerle, 92, Grand Junction, died May 18, 2011, at Aspen Ridge Care Center. Private family services will be held later. Ms. Bauerle was an art teacher and a homemaker. She is survived by two sons, Bruce A. ...


Snowpack portends flooding

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The Colorado River will swell to levels not seen for three years once temperatures rise and the mountains lose their late coverings of snow that have pushed the statewide snowpack to 167 percent of normal, officials said Thursday. Bike paths ...


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