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HUNT 2011 Huntmaster elk

The Huntmaster

By Dave Buchanan

By his own admission, Dan Uhrich isn’t your typical hunter. Most hunters will admit to having a personal preference when it comes to stalking wildlife. It might be the challenge of out-smarting a super-cautious wild turkey, ...


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Proud hunter and father

By Special to the Sentinel

In 2006, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and my employer, the Grand Junction Veterans Administration Medical Center, did a cooperative program to take disabled veterans hunting. During this hunt, Stan Johnson from Colorado Parks and Wildlife ...


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ATVs are here to stay

By Dave Buchanan

Love ‘em or loathe ‘em, ATVs are here to stay. Whether they are all-terrain or off-road vehicles, four-wheel drive pickups, motorcycles, dirt bikes or trail bikes, motorized backcountry carriers have earned a place in the ...


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How many elk are too many or just right?

By Dave Buchanan

Trying to decide how many elk are enough elk reads a bit like Goldilocks and the Three Bears. First, it’s too hot. Then, it’s too cold. Finally, it’s just right. But we aren’t sampling porridge; we’re talking ...


Loss of large predators may impact earth’s ecosystems

By Special to the Sentinel

The decline in recent years of large predators could severely impact Earth’s ecosystems, according to a recent study from researchers at Oregon State University in conjunction with 21 other scientific and educational institutions in six ...


Light earthquakes strike near NM-Colo. border

By The AP

RATON — A magnitude 4.0 earthquake has struck near the New Mexico-Colorado border, rattling residents in both states. The U.S. Geological Survey says the light temblor hit at 11:24 p.m. Monday. It was centered 17 miles west of Raton, ...


Aurora seeks to ban backyard burials

By The AP

AURORA — The Aurora City Council is considering a ban on backyard burials. Colorado law allows burials almost anywhere in the state as long as it’s not on federal land. According to KMGH-TV, the council wants to limit burials to ...


Police to announce suspect in ‘93 slaying

By The AP

DENVER — Police in Englewood are set to identify a suspect in the 1993 death of a 5-year-old girl whose body was found inside a duffel bag. Police called a news conference Tuesday after announcing Monday they had a suspect developed ...


Aspen considering ban on plastic bags

By The AP

ASPEN — Aspen City Council members have changed their minds and are considering a ban on plastic bags instead of charging a fee. The council was scheduled to vote Monday on a 20-cent fee for plastic and paper bags in Aspen’s ...


Health official issues Colorado cantaloupe warning

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado health department officials are warning people at high risk not to eat cantaloupe from Rocky Ford because of a listeriosis outbreak blamed for four deaths in Colorado and New Mexico. Health director Chris Urbina says ...


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