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West Elk lease makes sense

By The Daily Sentinel

The U.S. Forest Service decision to lease approximately 1,700 acres of land in the Gunnison National Forest to Arch Coal for an expansion of its West Elk Mine is a much-needed step to ensure high-quality coal continues to be mined, and the ...


Printed letters, Nov. 11, 2011

By Staff

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is touting the use of federal lands for solar-energy projects to produce as much as 5,000 megawatts of electricity from 13 projects. The Daily Sentinel article by Charles Ashby quoted Salazar as stating that this ...


Report: Deal reached to get VA hospital under way

By The AP

DENVER — The Veterans Affairs Department has reached an agreement with a construction consortium to resolve a contract impasse and start construction on a veterans hospital serving Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska and Wyoming. The Denver ...


Email letters, Nov. 10, 2011

By Staff

Mosquito Abatement District gives thanks The board of directors for the North Fork Mosquito Abatement District wants to thank everyone who supported ballot measures 5A and 5B.  Going forward without the constraints of the TABOR amendment ...


Palisade man guilty in healthcare scam

By Paul Shockley

The former owner of a Grand Junction-based healthcare business faces a maximum possible 20 years in prison under a plea agreement reached Thursday. Anthony Paul Breaux, 33, who operated Honor-Bound Healthcare Providers Inc., pleaded guilty ...


Small earthquake rumbles in Emery County, Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — No damage or injuries were reported after a small earthquake rumbled about 6 miles northwest of the Utah town of Orangeville. University of Utah Seismograph Stations in Salt Lake City recorded the 4.1-magnitude temblor ...


Corpsman killed in Iraq gets posthumous degree

By The Daily Sentinel

LONGMONT — Front Range Community College has awarded a posthumous degree to a Navy corpsman who was killed in Iraq nearly five years ago. The family of Christopher Anderson accepted an honorary degree in the late sailor’s honor on ...


Indian tribes benefit from water settlements

By The AP

DURANGO — Federal water settlements are giving Indian tribes in the West a water rights bonanza. According to the Denver Post (http://bit.ly/v31AxM ), six recent water settlements have forced the federal government to provide more than ...


US stocks rebound a day after big losses

By The AP

NEW YORK — Stocks opened broadly higher Thursday on an unexpected drop in unemployment claims and signs of progress in Europe’s debt crisis. The gains came one day after the Dow Jones industrial average sank nearly 400 ...


Montrose pair ticketed for abandoning 15 cats

By William Woody

The Montrose Police Department ticketed a Montrose couple for abandoning 15 cats, some in poor health, in a trailer home after the couple moved out. At 12:08 p.m. Tuesday, management of Ikies Trailer Park, 1308 E. Main St., contacted officers ...


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