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Petroglyphs, pictographs in Canyon Piñtado Historic District worth trip over Douglas Pass

By Bill Haggerty

I made a presentation about our Western Colorado Botanical Gardens to a group of wonderful women at Two Rivers Convention Center a couple of weeks ago. Many of them swore they “loved” my hiking columns, but couldn’t get out ...


Sievers makes the most of his racing $$

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mark Sievers would love to drag race funny cars someday. There is, though, one problem with that — the expenses. For now, the 53-year-old Grand Junction drag racer is running a 1938 Fiat Topolino with a 632-cubic inch big block Chevy ...

Bring the sling to help Western Slope horses

By Bob Silbernagel

A little more than a year ago, I had a wonderful horse die in very unfortunate circumstances. I had hoped at the time that I could make something positive out of Dash’s death by raising funds to purchase a device known as an Anderson ...

New state economic development head begins statewide tour in Grand Junction

By Guest Columnist

I would much rather begin my tenure as the new director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade with a challenging economic climate, than in a boomtown. Anyone can lead during good economic conditions. I like a ...

Natural gas outlook isn’t entirely bleak

By The Daily Sentinel

Natural gas prices last week tumbled to their lowest level in seven years. U.S. supplies of gas are at an all-time high. And the number of drill rigs operating in the Piceance Basin of western Colorado is a quarter of what it was a year ...

Death notices: Aug. 30, 2009

By Staff

• Floy G. Barnes, 91, Grand Junction, died Aug. 18, 2009, at her home. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Pear Park Baptist Church, 3102 E Road. Mrs. Barnes worked in retail sales. Survivors include her two sons, Paul of Canon, ...

You Said It Aug. 30, 2009

By Staff

• Kudos to the city of Fruita for making a valiant effort to maintain Enoch Lake as a free camping site and control the damage and trashiness caused by that minor fraction of the public. A formidable task at best. I just spent a week up ...

Grand Junction businessman mulls run in 3rd District

By {screen_name}

Among his first impressions of voters whom he may try to win over next year is that they feel disconnected from their government, said Ray Scott, a Grand Junction businessman who is considering a run for the 3rd Congressional District ...

Victim of budget cut has ‘no concept’ that world about to change

By {screen_name}

Dennis Bray was something of a miracle four decades ago. He was the first baby to survive a surgery designed to repair his circulatory system, which was out of kilter at birth, according to his younger sister, Susan Bray-Hall. Survival came ...

Blotter: Aug. 30, 2009

By Staff

Climber’s body recovered • Summit County Search and Rescue volunteers have recovered the body of a Wyoming man who collapsed Friday while climbing Quandary Peak, a 14,265-foot mountain in the Tenmile Range about six miles ...

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