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Roadless route still obscured

By The Daily Sentinel

Now that a U.S. appellate court has determined that the decade-old Clinton roadless rule is valid — governing roughly 50 million acres of national forest land throughout the West —  the future of a proposed Colorado rule to ...


Encouraging news about the economy

By The Daily Sentinel

Most folks in the Grand Valley were no doubt pleased to see that the unemployment rate in Mesa County dropped to 8.5 percent in September. Just 18 months ago, it topped 12 percent, and as recently as last January it hovered near 11 ...


Printed letters, Oct. 25, 2011

By Staff

I wanted to thank Mike Wiggins for his article regarding Palisade Referred Measure 2B and to clarify a few items. Wiggins stated that only one of the town trustees he had contacted supported closing the dispensary. As I read the article, I ...


Junction remains No. 1; Palisade ranked seventh

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Grand Junction is ranked No. 1 in the Denver Post Class 5A football media poll for the seventh consecutive week. The Tigers (8-0) received nine of the 15 first-place votes. Grand Junction closes out the regular season Friday at ...


Email letters, Oct. 24, 2011

By Staff

Water district was right to appeal water rights decision I wanted to thank the Colorado River Water Conservation District for standing up for what was right and matching the legal funds to appeal a decision that had canceled water rights for ...


Haz-mat at truck accident on Highway 141

By Staff

A semi-tanker wrecked this morning on Colorado Highway 141 near Gateway, spilling crude oil and threatening nearby West Creek. The Grand Junction Fire Department’s hazardous materials team was dispatched to the accident at mile post ...


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Retirement home fundraisers supports returning veterans

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Lines of flags wave in the autumn breeze outside the Atrium and Mesa View Retirement Homes in honor of the many veterans expected to return home from the Middle East this holiday season. Holiday Retirement, which owns and operates both ...


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Destined for fall: Colorful conifers beckon as larches turn near Banff

By Dennis Webb

Call it fate, or whatever, but some things seem meant to be. I was left feeling that way late this September after an unexpected and glorious hike in the Moraine Lake area of Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, ...


Wyoming permits Lost Cabin uranium site

By The AP

RAWLINS — A company that wants to mine uranium in southern Wyoming says it has won approval from state regulators. Ur-Energy said Monday that the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality has issued a mining permit for its Lost Cabin ...


Carbondale considering raises for town employees

By The AP

CARBONDALE — The Carbondale Town Board is considering a 2 percent cost-of-living pay raise next year for town employees. The raise would be the first in three years after the town imposed a wage freeze to cope with the economic ...


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