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Main Street looks for optimism

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A Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce survey of businesses suggests that economic optimism has yet to hit western Colorado. “The reality is that business owners on Main Street have not yet seen enough to convince them that things ...


Mining conference hears about natural gas storage

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Engineers hoping to use underground caverns for storage of natural gas or other substances should view regulators as partners, a company leader told members of the industry Monday. Bobcat Natural Gas Storage worked with about 40 agencies to ...


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Fruita boy, 8, recounts drive that turned scary—almost

By Emily Shockley

It was a drive to church that an 8-year-old Fruita boy and his grandmother won’t soon forget. Dillon Earl, a second-grader at Shelledy Elementary School, was on his way to Fellowship Church in Grand Junction on Sunday when his ...


Judge rejects new trial in Darrent Williams death

By The AP

DENVER — The man convicted of killing Denver Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams has lost his initial bid for a new trial. Denver District Judge Christina Habas turned down the request today from Willie Clark. Clark was convicted last ...


E-mail letters, April 27, 2010

By Staff

Judge not and you shall not be judged. Condemn not and you shall not be condemned. Luke 7:37 Why do you look at the speck in your brothers eye but do not perceive the plank in your own eye? Luke 7:41 He who is without sin amoung you, throw the ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report, April 27, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: Front Range Fun! With ice still holding on to popular spring fisheries such as Spinney Mountain Reservoir, Eleven Mile Reservoir & Turquoise Lake, this may be the time of year to focus your energy on some of the lakes and ...


Pot regulations in for more changes in Senate

By The AP

DENVER — Proposed regulations for medical marijuana dispensaries are in for more changes in the Senate, which will hold its first hearing on the issue today. The bill sponsor, Sen. Chris Romer, wants to ban people under 21 from going ...


Springs businessman blames city cuts for crime

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Colorado Springs liquor store owner is blaming city cutbacks for increased crime in a darkened neighborhood, including a fatal shooting. Gaspar Martinez, owner of Ruskin Liquor, says violence in the area has ...


Police Blotter, April 27, 2010

By Staff

Speeding summons issued A man was issued a summons Friday on suspicion of participating in a speed contest, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Hector Manuel Ramirez, 19, of Delta, was issued a summons at 23rd Street and North ...


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Salary cuts start at top for local leaders

By Emily Shockley

When budget cuts loom, local leaders agree cuts should start at the top. Mesa County personnel saw early signs of an economic downturn back in 2008, according to County Administrator Jon Peacock. Consequently, his $125,004 salary ...


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