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Texas gas headaches

By The Daily Sentinel

When discussing rules for gas drilling, advocates for the energy industry frequently cite Texas as a contrast to Colorado. In the Lone Star State, drilling permits are approved quickly and the burden of state or local regulation is ...


Week in Sports, Feb. 7-13, 2010

By Dan Bennett

Sentinel photographers cover the local sporting world during the past week.  ...

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Grand Valley adoptions of Haitian children, Feb. 2010

By Gretel Daugherty

Two local families celebrate the adoption of Haitian children, hurried out of that country after a devastating earthquake.  ...

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New Maverick Center, Mesa State College campus

By Duffy Hayes

Dean Humphrey’s pictorial tour of the new Maverick Center facilities.  ...

Local veterinarian mends bald eagle

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

A bald eagle found in Gunnison this weekend was so sick and emaciated that state Division of Wildlife officers were able to carry the wild bird in-hand without a struggle. “It turns out that he has liver issues and a bad bacterial ...

Veterans Art Show allows artwork display in safe environment

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Veteran Tony McClellan started painting his multimedia piece titled “Let’s Go Fishing” in 2003. After seven years, he finally has a blue ribbon for a job well done. McClellan’s painting was inspired by a piece his ...

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Police: Man tried to bribe worker during urinalysis

By Paul Shockley

A parolee who said he had a medical marijuana card allegedly offered cash bribes to a state worker after the parolee was caught trying to beat a drug test with a hidden device strapped to his waist. Chad M. Thomas, 34, of Palisade, was ...

Local Tea Party folks keep eye on national convention from afar

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A year into the national tea party experiment, Grand Valley tea partiers are more focused on state and local matters, even as the national movement gathers today in Nashville for its convention. It’s no small difference that while ...

Bill converts marijuana to nonprofit enterprise

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The number of medical marijuana dispensaries that cropped up in recent months would be pared to a few nonprofit centers under a bill to be introduced today in the Colorado Legislature. The measure, the second to come before ...


College eyes new construction

By Emily Shockley

A new residence hall could open on the Mesa State College campus in time for fall 2011. The college’s board of trustees discussed the possibility last week during a meeting in Denver. Although no contracts or timelines were set, the ...

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