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Fracking air pollution threatens nearby residents, researchers say

By Dennis Webb

Researchers say Garfield County data suggests people living close to hydraulic fracturing by energy companies face a higher risk of health problems from air pollution. Researchers at the Colorado School of Public Health at the University of ...


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Q&A: Comedian Brian Regan

By Melinda Mawdsley

With a relatively new album to his credit, Las Vegas comedian Brian Regan returns to Avalon Theatre for a show at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 29. Tickets to the show are $42.50 and are available at Livenation.com or at ...


Road Trip, March 23-29

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some big shows coming to Colorado. ■ 40 Oz To Freedom — Belly Up, Aspen, April 5. ■ Bela Fleck and the Flecktones — Wheeler Opera House, Aspen, April 5. ■ Katchafire — Fox Theatre, Boulder, April ...


Cañon City prison slated for closure

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado is closing a second state prison in two years because of a declining inmate population. The state Department of Corrections announced Monday that it will close Colorado State Penitentiary II in Cañon City, also ...


Elway to Manning: A Super Bowl pass?

By The Daily Sentinel

The news Monday that former Indianapolis Colts star quarterback Peyton Manning will soon join the Denver Broncos was the equivalent of 10.5 magnitude earthquake striking the Colorado sports scene. Imagine how it must have shaken the ...


Gene Taylor was truly an ‘icon,’ as well as a sporting-good legend

By Jim Spehar

Skipping town for at least part of School District 51’s spring break is a tradition in our family, partially because it allows the resident teacher to recharge for the nine weeks or so left in the school year. And also because, more ...


Printed letters, March 20, 2012

By Staff

I was disheartened to read the “Doonesbury” comic strips in The Daily Sentinel throughout the week of March 12. I hoped the Sentinel would have elected not to run pro-choice, pro-abortion rhetoric in an otherwise (typically) ...


Fire damages downtown GJ motel

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A fire damaged a downtown Grand Junction hotel and forced its evacuation late Sunday night, according to the Grand Junction Fire Department. One person was treated at the scene for smoke inhalation and released, Fire Department spokesman Mike ...


031912 city market closes mojo

Last day, most likely, for ‘Little City Market’

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Customers began lining up at 5 a.m. Monday morning in anticipation for the 50 percent off store closing sale at City Market, 1909 N. First St. By noon, most of the store’s inventory had been snatched up by consumers looking for a great ...


D51 students compete at state speech tournament

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Twenty-five local high school students competed in the Colorado High School Activities Association State Speech and Debate Tournament on Friday and Saturday at Fort Collins High School. Sarah Baker of Fruita Monument placed fourth in the ...


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