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Printed letters, June 6, 2012

By Staff

So now the knee-jerk, shoot-from-the-hip environmentalists are changing directions 180 degrees. First, the all-caring, all-knowing Sierra Club was backing natural gas, the cleanest-burning, least-polluting, most convenient, cheapest and most ...

A $32 million accounting error?

By The Daily Sentinel

Most of us have made record-keeping mistakes with our checkbooks or bank accounts. That’s essentially what officials with the Colorado Division of Wildlife did — to the tune of $32 million — according to Department of ...

Colorado puts two lakes in Top 100 bass lakes

By Staff

Colorado Fishing Report Tuesday, June 5, 2012 Information for Anglers – BASSMASTER Magazine is out with its annual report on the top 100 bass fishing spots in the country and Colorado lands two lakes in the listing. Pueblo Lake State ...

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Out with the old, waiting for the new

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Some of the sculptures on display downtown are being removed this week by city crews in anticipation of a new batch of works for the annual Art on the Corner display. Many of the pieces are scheduled to be on display in other cities and must ...

Home sold May 14-20

By Staff

ADDRESS -  SOLD PRICE - DAYS ON MARKET - TYPE - SQUARE FEET City 2808 Rio Grande Court $159,900 211 Townhouse 1277 557 Garden Cress Court $165,000 36 Condo 1142 580 Bookcliff Ave. $57,000 29 Condo 637 1410 Seventh St. $93,000  ...

Not counting last weekend’s trip, it’s been a wonderful ride

By Penny Stine

My husband and I went on our first camping trip of the season, and I’m happy to report that both the truck and our marriage are intact. Both were a little questionable in the middle of the trip, after I’d suggested to my husband ...


The Vistas of Tiara Rado

By Penny Stine

The Vistas at Tiara Rado aren’t simply a new construction project in the Grand Valley — they represent a new style of home for the Grand Junction market. Developer Curt Hatch bought the property, formerly known as the Beach at ...

Gourd festival moved to springtime

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Western Colorado Botanical Gardens has moved its Calabash Gourd Festival from fall to the spring. The family event still features gourd-themed activities and displays and will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at the Gardens, 641 ...

Tennessee weatherman shot by crossbow

By The Associated Press

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — Police say a TV weatherman in Tennessee was wounded by a bolt from a crossbow during a break-in at his home by a man he once lived with who has been charged with attempted first-degree murder. The Johnson City ...

Hot temps, wind gusts prompt red flag warning

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All of eastern Utah and western Colorado, including the Grand Valley, is under a red flag warning today until 9 p.m., as another unseasonably hot day and forecasted wind gusts will combine to create favorable wildfire conditions. The National ...

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