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Fruita can make fees less odiferous

By The Daily Sentinel

The Fruita City Council Tuesday took a welcome step back from a proposed sewer-fee increase that it was considering, allowing more time for the council to examine a half-dozen fee options and hear more from local businesses. There’s no ...


Wolves prowl off list

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s been clear for the better part of a decade that gray wolves in the Northern Rocky Mountains were doing just fine, and no longer needed the protections of the federal Endangered Species Act. The same is true with wolves in the ...


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HealthFair bus offers inexpensive medical testing

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The HealthFair mobile testing bus was taking patients by appointment Thursday in the Big K parking lot at 1460 North Ave. According to their website, http://www.healthfair.com, the mobile health testing unit provides a variety of health ...


Mesa stays alive in RMAC tourney

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Sara Jordan threw a three-hit shutout and hit a pair of home runs in Mesa State’s 8-0, five-inning victory over CU-Colorado Springs today in an elimination game of the RMAC softball tournament in Golden. The Mavericks, who lost 5-2 to ...


Craig hunter gets probation, fine in poaching case

By The AP

CRAIG — A hunter who wildlife officials say harvested trophy parts of three mule deer bucks and two pronghorn bucks while abandoning much of the meat has been fined $4,000. The Colorado Division of Wildilfe announced today that a Moffat ...


Colo. House approves repeal of online tax law

By The AP

DENVER — House lawmakers gave final approval to repealing a Colorado law to collect sales taxes from out-of-state online retailers. The measure passed with near unanimous support today and now heads to the Senate for ...


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Students give teachers high marks

By Special to the Sentinel

“The difference between the possible and impossible lies in a person’s determination.”
 — Tommy Lasorda Tom Haas, a physical education teacher at Orchard Mesa Middle School, recently explained that ...


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Downtown bagel shop’s sidewalk seating available

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

After several months of construction and just in time for warmer spring temperatures, Main Street Bagels’ outdoor seating area will be available this weekend. Co-owner Mark Smith said construction crews told him he could place outdoor ...


Unemployment applications hit 8-month high

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The number of people applying for unemployment benefits surged last week to the highest level in eight months, a troubling sign a day ahead of the government’s report on April employment. The Labor Department said ...


Colo. wildlife commission approves new bear rule

By The AP

SALIDA — The Colorado Wildlife Commission has approved a rule banning the hunting of black bears in their dens. The commission voted Thursday in Salida to approve the new regulation, which makes it illegal to take, hunt or harass a ...


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