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Fees could increase at Colorado National Monument

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Colorado National Monument announced today it is proposing to increase entrance and camping fees beginning next year. The monument is inviting the public to offer feedback on the proposal through June 30. The National Park Service would ...


Haute Talk: Birth control

By Robin Dearing

Haute Talk subject: How would you respond if one of your children was found with birth control?  ...


Lawmakers pull back on state employee union bill

By The AP

DENVER — Senate Democrats have backed off a plan that would have made it easier to collect contributions from state employee union members. Senate GOP leaders launched a series of delaying tactics today in an effort to kill the ...


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Police: Evidence linked GJ man to Boulder cold case

By Amy Hamilton

Fingerprints found on two condoms linked a Grand Junction man to the 1994 murder of a Boulder man, according to an arrest affidavit for David John Trujillo. Trujillo, 42, was arrested Monday at his Grand Junction home by officers with the ...


051110 Fly Mojo

International Learn to Fly Day free event Saturday

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

For many learning to fly an aircraft is the ultimate in adventure and freedom. “I think most people have a dream of wanting to fly at least once,” said Bradley Sullivan, whose company Colorado Flight Center, is hosting a free ...


Gunnison River to reach peak flows May 18

By Dave Buchanan

The Bureau of Reclamation announced Monday that flows in the Gunnison River through the Black Canyon will be increased to 3,883 cubic feet per second for a 24-hour period projected for May 18. Increasing (or ramping up) the flows by about 500 ...


Salazar urges splitting energy agency

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is proposing to split up an Interior Department agency that oversees offshore drilling, as part of its response to the Gulf Coast oil spill, The Associated Press has learned. An administration ...


Bookcliff Country Club Ladies’ League Results May 11, 2010

By Staff

Bookcliff Country Club Ladies - May 11, 2010 May Day Doubles-Flight 1 1st Gross Jesse B., Stephanie O. 71 2nd Gross Lyn B., Marty ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report, May 11, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: Off and Running It’s hard to believe we’re approaching mid-May already! The runoff has started to muddy up waters all across the state. This will likely be the case for the rest of the spring. Early morning ...


College student killed while rafting in Colorado

By The AP

DURANGO — A college student from Colorado has died after falling out of a raft on the Piedra River in Archuleta County. Sheriff’s officials say 20-year-old Fort Lewis College student Robert Reiter, of Gypsum, was training as a ...


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