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Chevron could transfer oil-shale lease

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Another company could take the oil-shale-experimentation site that Chevron Corp. is giving up, providing the new lessee met certain requirements, the Bureau of Land Management said. Chevron announced Monday it plans to “divest” ...

Expanded service eyed for Grand Valley Transit system

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Grand Valley Transit next month will roll out a series of long-sought-after system improvements, a package that will allow most bus riders to get around three hours later in the evening and double the frequency of bus runs on the ...

City Market for web

Shoppers: City Market making a ‘grave mistake’

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One by one, they approached the microphone in the middle of a room crammed so full of people that a partition separating the room from another room had to be opened. They struggled to contain tears and glared at the City Market corporate ...

Colorado Mesa persevers to upset Metro

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DENVER — Colorado Mesa outscored Metro State 7-3 in overtime to upset the No. 15 team in the country 67-63 in the first round of the RMAC tournament at Auraria Events Center. Mike Melillo led the Mavericks with 21 points and eight ...

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Month’s Best Photos for February 2012

By Dan Bennett

A selection of photos by The Daily Sentinel photographers from February 2012.  ...

Metro hot-shooting eliminates CMU women

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DENVER - Metro State shot 61 percent from the floor, including 66 percent from the 3-point line to defeat the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team 84-61 in the first round of the RMAC Shootout at Auraria Events Center. The Roadrunners ...

Eastbound I-70 reopened again in Glenwood Canyon

By Dennis Webb

Eastbound Interstate 70 has reopened after being closed in Glenwood Canyon for a second time today due to accidents. The closure occurred this afternoon and followed an hour-long morning closure. Both were due to accidents in the canyon amid ...

Printed letters, Feb. 29, 2012

By Staff

As a photographer, I love having access to the mountains and wide expanses of open areas like those in the Bear Ranch land exchange. Having this land available to the public through this land exchange would be a benefit in many ways. It ...

Public involvement needed for all major land-use decisions

By Bill Grant

Sen. Mark Udall is determined to “do wilderness the right way.” “The right way” means before any public-lands bill is drafted, “it’s important to me to hear from as many Coloradans as possible about how the ...

Utah’s latest Sagebrush Rebellion

By The Daily Sentinel

The latest attempt by Utah Republicans to assert local control over federal lands in their state is doomed to failure. The federal judiciary is not going to uphold a state law that ostensibly gives Utah counties the authority to condemn ...

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