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Blotter, May 26, 2011

By Staff

SWAT team assisting Members of the Mesa County SWAT Team were helping with an ongoing investigation, which is why they were seen mid-day Wednesday near Little Mavs Learning Center, 1100 North Ave., Grand Junction Police Department spokeswoman ...


Mesa State College opens Water Center for research, education and policy

By {screen_name}

The Western Slope has had plenty of water observers, officials and attorneys, but it hasn’t had, until now, a focal point for the collection of water information. The Water Center at Mesa State College, however, is now in business and ...


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Authorities sound alarm on potential for flooding

By {screen_name}

A slow-to-melt snowpack that is the largest in more than a decade and strong odds that the Colorado River will overrun its banks have Mesa County officials preparing to fend off rising water levels and warning novice river runners to stay off ...


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Over the Top: Churchill watch

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob’s been watching the Ward Churchill saga unfold for more than 2000-plus days so far.  ...


Motorists be prepared for Patterson Road delays

By The Daily Sentinel

Traffic on one of Grand Junction’s busiest streets will be affected by three projects tonight and early Thursday. Night work begins at 6:30 p.m. today on Patterson Road on either side of the First Street intersection. The work will wrap ...


E-mail letters, May 25, 2011

By Staff

ATV club opposes White River travel plan We thank the Garfield County Commissioners for their time regarding the White River National Forest Travel Management Plan. The White River Trail Runners ATV Club was in attendance at the May 23 ...


Printed letters, May 26, 2011

By Staff

Gary Harmon went far afield to find information about demographic changes in the Western Slope of Colorado in his May 21 story on Hispanic numbers. According to Harmon, services are being duplicated due to language barriers (ballots, ...


Pueblo’s Rep. Sal Pace faces obstacles in 3rd District race

By Rick Wagner

Today’s tale involves easy money, unbridled ambition, union pandering and vampires. OK, I’m not sure vampires are directly involved, but they seem popular and I thought it might pull some teenagers into a political column. The ...


Here’s the lowdown on high-country camping

By Staff

Memorial Day is traditionally the start of the summer camping season, with many people rolling out their camping gear for the first time this year, and others preparing to transition from desert to high-country outings. It’s not unusual ...


Secure skies and airport access

By Staff

It’s going to become more difficult to get into the general aviation area of the Grand Junction Regional Airport this summer. Some flyers believe airport officials have gone too far with their latest security measures, and say they will ...


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