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Montrose council OKs revised districts

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose City Council unanimously approved new boundaries to the city’s four voting districts Tuesday. The boundaries were adjusted according to 2010 census data instead of using the prior redistricting method, ...


Sidewalk work to begin this week in Montrose

By Staff

MONTROSE — Montrose motorists are urged to use caution along South Fifth Street and Miami Avenue when sidewalk improvement work begins this week. City staff and contractor Skip Huston Construction are putting in new curb, gutter and ...


White River National Forest to begin project to improve wildlife habitat

By Dennis Webb

Work is scheduled to begin this fall on the first part of a major White River National Forest project to improve wildlife habitat. Forest Supervisor Scott Fitzwilliams approved burning, cutting and mulching 45,600 acres in the Roaring Fork ...


Death Notices, July 6, 2011

By Staff

Elizabeth M. “Bette” Burns, 90, Grand Junction, died July 2, 2011. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. today at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Burial will be at 9 a.m. Thursday at Calvary Cemetery with a Mass at 10 a.m. at Immaculate ...


Car theft victim finds own car

By Charles Ashby

A Fruita woman whose car was stolen from her garage a week ago spotted it this morning while running errands around town. After verifying the car was hers, Tauna Oliver called police, and then followed it after two men got in while it was ...


SustainAbility: Economic development

By Adele Israel

More than 80 people gathered at Mesa State College on June 30 for a whirlwind 90-minute planning session focused on one goal for Mesa County: Become an epicenter for energy innovation. The Economic Development Partners of Mesa County, ...


Homegrown: Shasta daisies

By Dennis Hill

Two years ago, I put out 97 Shasta daisies along my drive. The first year I lost about 30, replaced them and last winter lost all of the replacements, including some of the established plants. The bed is bordered on the south by a three-rail ...


062411 Canning

End of the world, or not, there will be canned jam

By Rachel Sauer

I read a lot of novels about the end of the world. I’m not sure why, because I wallow in a paranoid funk for days afterward, but these books have their uses. After I read “Lucifer’s Hammer” the first time, I bought a ...


White River ruling

By The Daily Sentinel

The ruling from a water judge in Steamboat Springs Friday is not likely to be a critical impediment to oil shale production, should a commercially feasible method of extracting oil from shale be found, but it is a significant victory for a ...


Printed letters, July 5, 2011

By Staff

Since the 2010 midterm elections, we have seen many rulings by federal judges that strike down attempts by the states to execute the will of the people as expressed in the elections. These rulings have largely supported the liberal point of ...


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