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County OKs expansion of speedway

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Mesa County commissioners this morning unanimously signed off on the expansion of the Grand Junction Motor Speedway, enabling operators to build a motocross track to accompany the existing go-kart track. The board approved a request from ...


Agencies sign pact to protect sage-grouse

By Dennis Webb

Two federal agencies have signed an agreement to help states, landowners and others protect the greater sage-grouse and its habitat. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the partnership between ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife’s weekly fishing report, April 13, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: Springtime in the Rockies Here comes the sun! Springtime in Colorado is a great time of year. It’s that time of year when Coloradoans start venturing out of their winter hold-ups, in search of fresh spring air and the ...


Board mulls notifying parents of accused teachers

By The AP

DENVER — School districts would be required to notify parents when a teacher is arrested or charged with a serious crime under a proposal before the Colorado Board of Education. Board chairman Bob Schaffer began drafting the proposal ...


Wind fans flames from barbeque at Fruita home

By Amy Hamilton

Hot embers from a barbeque and strong winds fueled a fire that burned the side of a garage at a Fruita home late Monday night. A homewoner at 1549 14 1/2 Road was using a garden hose to extinguish flames when firefighters from the Lower ...


Law enforcement training today at GJ Regional Airport

By Amy Hamilton

Local law enforcement and the National Transportation Security Administration is planning training this afternoon at the Grand Junction Regional Airport. The training to detect explosives will begin at about 1 p.m. and run through the ...


Ritter to sign bill sending medicine to Haiti

By The AP

Gov. Bill Ritter is getting ready to sign legislation that will help deliver medication to Haiti. The bill (Senate Bill 115) will make it easier for nursing homes and hospitals to use or donate discarded medication. Lawmakers hope the change ...


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Q & A: Denise Brown discusses family violence

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

In a recent phone interview from her office in California, Denise Brown spoke about family violence and the events surrounding the death of her sister, Nicole Brown Simpson. Q: Tell me about the Nicole Brown Foundation and why you started ...


Ritter to speak Friday as county Dems meet

By Charles Ashby

Mesa County Democrats will see several big names in state politics Friday at their annual dinner. So far, U.S. Rep. John Salazar, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher and former Colorado House Speaker Andrew ...


Junction police keep state accreditation

By Paul Shockley

In the eyes of peers, the Grand Junction Police Department still meets statewide standards for professionalism. Keith Ikeda, chief of police in Basalt, who also serves as treasurer for the Colorado Associations of Chiefs of Police, said the ...


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