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Fire burning north of GJ is ag burn

By Amy Hamilton

Billowing black smoke seen north of Grand Junction is the product of a permitted agricultural burn, according to the Grand Junction Fire Department. The fire is burning on fields on 20 Road between L Road and M Road. The burn is permitted ...


Colorado Division of Wildlife weekly fishing report — Aug. 24, 2010

By Special to the Sentinel

Seasonal Report: The Mighty Blue Mesa Reservoir Blue Mesa Reservoir is Colorado’s largest body of water. The reservoir, when full, is 19 miles long and has over 90 miles of shoreline. Blue Mesa is known for having big fish and for ...


Escaped Colo. inmate believed to be in state

By The AP

STERLING — Prison officials believe an inmate who escaped from a maximum security prison in northeastern Colorado may still be in the state. Forty-eight-year-old Douglas J. Alward remained at large today, with authorities going ...


Tancredo picks Pat Miller as running mate

By The AP

DENVER — Tom Tancredo has picked former Republican lawmaker Pat Miller to be his running mate in Colorado’s gubernatorial race, citing her legislative experience and her active anti-abortion campaigns. Tancredo announced his ...


Colorado not a ‘Race to the Top’ winner

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado has lost out again in the race to win federal “Race to the Top” education grants. The U.S. Department of Education said today that nine other states and the District of Columbia won the second round. With ...


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Forbes lists MSC with best colleges

By Emily Shockley

Mesa State College ranked 555th out of 610 in Forbes.com’s 2010 “America’s Best Colleges” list, released this month. Of the nation’s 6,600 institutions of higher learning, 9 percent made the cut. In the three ...


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Anxiety disorder raised as man’s defense

By Paul Shockley

Attorneys for a Grand Junction man accused of fatally shooting his neighbor told a judge Monday they’re seeking to present evidence of anxiety disorder as a defense against a first-degree murder charge. Sheryl Uhlmann, one of two ...


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Women lost on Sunday drive unknowingly drove into Utah

By Charles Ashby

Two Grand Junction women who were stuck in their vehicle for two nights last week unknowingly crossed the state line into Utah, one of the men who found them said Monday. Grand Junction resident Roy Joseph said Ila and Deanna Bell were well ...


County OKs transfer of liquor license to new owner of old nightclub

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The parade of nightclubs that has marched in and out of a Fruitvale building over the years continued Monday when the Mesa County Commission approved the transfer of a liquor license from the owner of the old club to the man who will soon open ...


Tipton says he’s leading poll over Salazar

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Republican Scott Tipton on Monday claimed a lead over three-term incumbent John Salazar in their race to represent the 3rd Congressional District. An in-house poll by Magellan Data and Mapping Strategies shows Tipton favored by 49 percent to ...


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