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Valley under severe storm watch

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The Grand Valley and much of western Colorado is under a severe thunderstorm watch until 9 tonight, capping a day of unusually severe weather for eastern Utah and western Colorado. The National Weather Service in Grand Junction says showers ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report — Oct. 5, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: There’s Still Time September sets the stage for a great time of year to fish. Anglers can be a bit more selective in terms of where they want to fish, because the crowds of summer are largely gone. The cool evenings and ...


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Three GJ finalists in A’Ha Moments tour

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Three people with interesting stories from Grand Junction were selected as finalists in the Mutual of Omaha’s A’Ha Moments Tour, and are now in the running to be featured in a national commercial. The A’Ha Moments Tour ...


Details of Colo. college tuition hikes expected

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado college and university students could face tuition hikes from 9.5 percent at the University of Colorado to 20 percent at Colorado State University if state funding continues to plummet. The Colorado Department of ...


Wells Fargo to pay $24M to end mortgage probe

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Wells Fargo is paying $24 million to end an investigation by eight states probing whether lenders acquired by the company made risky mortgages to consumers without disclosing their perils. The states said loans known as ...


Greet Honor Flight at airport tonight

By Staff

The public is invited to greet Western Slope Honor Flight returning veterans at 6:50 tonight at Grand Junction Regional Airport. This is the third trip to the nation’s capital for Western Slope Honor Flight, which takes World War II ...


Bin Laden hunter arrested in Colorado

By The AP

GEORGETOWN — A Colorado man arrested in Pakistan while trying to track down Osama Bin Laden is behind bars in his home state on suspicion of domestic violence. Colorado State Patrol spokeswoman Heather Cobler says a trooper arrested ...


Suspect in fatal Montrose stabbing released; no charges

By Paul Shockley

A 17-year-old Montrose boy, jailed for more than a month in the fatal stabbing of another teenager, was released from juvenile detention Tuesday after prosecutors said they weren’t prepared to file charges. Isaac Garcia was released ...


Fall into seasonal recipes

By Dixie Burmeister

Ahh, consider the beautiful fall colors: the rich deep oranges of butternut squash, pumpkins and yams; the pear shades of red, gold and greens; and the rich browns of ... pot roast, potatoes, gravy — and chocolate. A bit of a stretch, ...


Get in on ‘Sister Trails’ act with informational open house, cleanup

By Dave Buchanan

It’s doubtful Spanish Fathers Dominguez and Escalante used mountain bikes to travel the Old Spanish Trail during their 1776 expedition. Hey, they probably didn’t call it the “Old Spanish Trail,” either. Today, bikers, ...


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