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Stimulus funds will pay to improve depot for better use by disabled

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Blotter: July 13, 2009

By Staff

Light annoys neighbor • Two feuding residents in the 2900 block of North View Drive, northwest of 29 1/2 Road and Orchard Avenue, have brought the spotlight of law enforcement upon themselves. John Warren told deputies early Sunday ...


Drier air will chase away thunderheads

By Staff

By SENTINEL STAFF This pattern of hot days with thunderheads forming in the afternoon, followed by rain and light displays, could be coming to an end. Aldis Strautins, a metrologist with the National Weather Service, said the moisture that ...


In ‘week from hell,’ victims aide hears another woman say boyfriend meant no harm

By Amy Hamilton

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071309 3A public lands

Volunteers answer call to the land

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH Volunteers are being organized to build trails, remove non-native weeds and do whatever tasks on public land that managers can throw their way. At the start of the year, the Mesa County Commission authorized spending ...


AGRI-TOURISM 7-12

Ripe season for Palisade

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CUT TIRES 2 7-12

Vandals take air out of neighborhood

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH In the days of the old West, the residents of this quiet and genteel Orchard Mesa neighborhood would have saddled up a posse and hit the dusty trail in pursuit of those who done ’em wrong. Instead, Bryan Ingram and ...


City planner checking out market spots

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Family’s new house not yet home because of setback requirement

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By LE ROY STANDISH Tammra Stafford is 50 feet from home. Fifty feet is how far Mesa County Code Enforcement says Stafford needs to place her new home from the neighbor’s property line. In January, the modular home that Stafford and ...


Briefs: Local News July 12, 2009

By Staff

Democrats’ picnic at Canyon View today • The Mesa County Democratic Party family picnic will be from 3 to 7 p.m. today at Canyon View Park. Hamburgers and hot dogs, potato salad and baked beans will be served. Activities include ...


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