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Fishing report, May 5 – Arkansas River work to begin

By Special to the Sentinel

HIGH COUNTRY LAKES OPENING EARLY – Colorado Parks and Wildlife crews are working hard to get inspection stations open at popular lakes and reservoirs in the Colorado high country as ice has come off up to a month early in some spots. ...


Bouncy houses cushion bear’s fall from tree

By The Associated Press

CONWAY, Ark. – When a black bear climbed a tree in a central Arkansas city and refused to come down, authorities turned to unconventional rescue tools: bouncy houses. Conway Police spokeswoman La Tresha Woodruff says Foster the Bear is ...


050112 MS Torch MoJo

Torch run kicks-off Special Olympics events

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Grand Junction Police Department SWAT team took a short run from the police department on Ute Avenue Tuesday morning to present the Special Olympics torch to an awaiting crowd of athletes at Stocker Stadium. The lighting of the torch ...


Email letters, May 1, 2012

By Staff

Oil shale industry has paid for many improvements I’ve been perplexed by the continuous battles about the future of oil shale in Colorado highlighted in recent newspaper articles. I started in the oil shale industry in Garfield County ...


050212 Lake Powell Ray Young

Water levels are stable and Lake Powell bass fishing is hot

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,635 feet msl Water Temperature 64-66 F PAGE, Ariz. – On Hold! Lake Powell is stable and holding at elevation 3,635 (MSL) where it has been for over a month. Water flowing in equals water flowing out with no sign of ...


Dewey post-release press conference

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Robert Dewey speaks to reporters following his release from prison.  ...


Chipeta Ladies League May 1, 2012

By Julie Norman

Chipeta Ladies' League - May 1, 2012 Low Gross/Low Net - Front 9 1st Gross Stella Varela 40 (scorecard playoff) 2nd Gross Christy ...


Bookcliff Country Club Ladies League May 1, 2012

By Julie Norman

Bookcliff Ladies' League - May 1, 2012 Ladies Day Results 1st Kay A., Mary G., Julie C., Farlie P. 118 T2nd Kristy A., Jamie F., Cindy B., Linda ...


Forest Service turns to saws to get rid of frozen cows

By The Associated Press

ASPEN — Federal forest officials are thinking of using hand saws to break up the carcasses of frozen cows that died inside a cabin at 11,000 feet near Aspen. The U.S. Forest Service had been exploring whether to burn the cabin or blow ...


Lab tech blames supervisor for DUI test errors

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A Colorado toxicology lab technician fired for mistakes made on DUI blood samples is fighting to keep his job. According to the Denver Post (http://bit.ly/IsGA0X), Mitchell Fox-Rivera is blaming a supervisor after he was ...


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