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Blotter, July 10, 2012

By Staff

Cops: Heroin in diaper Valentin Valenzuela-Chavez, 22, and his wife, Maria Angeles Soto-Cazarez, 25, both of 5440 Newport St., in Commerce City, were arrested Friday by the Western Colorado Drug Task Force on suspicion of selling heroin, ...

Ogden sweeps series; Rockies’ pitching woes persist

By {screen_name}

The Ogden Raptors came to Grand Junction for the first time this season with a three-game losing streak in tow. The Rockies were on a four-game winning streak. Now, each team is heading in the opposite direction. Ogden defeated the Rockies ...


Former Colorado Rockie lends a helping hand to GJ

By Patti Arnold

When David Dahl ran down the ball near the warning track Saturday night, making a lunging catch, then diving on the ground and quickly rolling back to his feet, Trenidad Hubbard couldn’t help but smile. The first-round draft pick of the ...


Orchard Mesa tops Fruita in title game

By Tim Harty

Slow pitching thrives on impatient batters, and it worked against Orchard Mesa’s hitters early in the Little League Major Girls District 1 fastpitch softball championship game Monday. It can be so hard to do as the coaches preach ...

Nine of state’s public trustees resign, one retires

By Staff

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Colorado River flooding will affect Clifton Water users

By The Daily Sentinel

Heavy thunderstorms and flash flooding in the Pine Ridge Fire area have caused ash and burned vegetation to wash into the Colorado River, affecting water supplies for the Clifton area, officials reported today. Ute Water Conservancy District ...

Fire, monsoons and painful lessons

By Jim Spehar

It started with a few sprinkles as I drove south past Gateway and what used to be Uravan and on through the Disappointment Valley last Thursday morning. By midafternoon, headed home past Dolores and Rico and over Lizard Head Pass with yet ...

Printed letters, July 10, 2012

By Staff

In the July 2 article, “BLM fears collusion among bidders,” BLM spokesman Steven Hall offered nothing more than strawman arguments to defend the BLM’s policy of keeping secret the names of the corporations that nominate ...

Trespassing in the 21st century

By The Daily Sentinel

Can pesticides trespass? A ruling by Seventh Judicial District Judge Charles Greenacre last week in a case involving two Hotchkiss-area neighbors suggests that they can. Greenacre’s decision, believed to be the first of its kind in the ...

Interior: Energy big part of its Colorado economic impact

By Dennis Webb

Energy and mineral development accounted for $12.2 billion of the $14.4 billion in economic output in Colorado related to U.S. Department of Interior programs during the 2011 federal fiscal year. That’s according to a new report by the ...

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