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Proposed change in oil, gas panel moves through House committee

By Charles Ashby

The state panel that oversees oil and gas production would have a majority of industry representation under a bill that won approval in a House committee Monday. Rep. Ray Scott said he introduced the proposed change because the current ...


Mail scam targets small businesses

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Small businesses should keep an eye out for a deceptive mailer that officials said has been sent to companies across Colorado. “Corporate Controllers Unit” has sent letters to businesses, offering to process periodic reports with ...


Mesa State Golf Results, Monday, April 4

By Staff

Grand Canyon Invitational Women Monday at Palm Valley Golf Club Goodyear, Ariz. First Round Par-Yardage 72-6,045 Team Scores 1. Cal State-Monterey Bay, 302; 2. Grand Canyon, 306; 3. (tie) Western Washington, St. Edward’s, 308; 5. ...


Grand Junction Invitational Results, Monday, April 4

By Staff

Grand Junction Invitational Monday at Bookcliff Country Club Team Scores 1. Fruita Monument White, 284; 2. Durango, 286; 3. Grand Junction White, 304; 4. Rifle, 306; 5. Central White, 307; 6. Central Red, 308; 7. Fruita Monument Blue, 314; ...


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Tigers’ Tufly staying focused on consistency

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction High School golfer Jordan Tufly doesn’t get too worried about slow starts. Monday at Bookcliff Country Club, the Tigers’ No. 1 golfer finished sixth in the Grand Junction Invitational with a 96. Tufly missed the ...


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Bonding with baseball: Three generations of McLennans having fun with Wildcats

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Being a coach requires a lot of time away from family, but for Ray McLennan, coaching is an opportunity to spend time with family. When the Fruita Monument High School baseball coach goes to practice or a game, he is spending time with his ...


Sports in Brief: Mavs rewarded for team GPA

By Staff

College Wrestling Mavericks rewarded for team GPA The Mesa State College wrestling team was recognized with the National Wrestling Coaches Association third-highest grade point average in NCAA Division II this season. Jon Gappmaier made the ...


E-mail letters, April 4, 2011

By Bob Silbernagel

Families must return to God to prevent child violence I have to agree with Pete Hautzinger regarding the 48 juveniles convicted of murder. These “children” performed the crime of an adult and they deserve an appropriate adult ...


Realism often missing when energy development involved

By Jim Spehar

“I believe in looking reality straight in the eye and denying it.” — Garrison Keillor Gov. John Hickenlooper looked reality in the eye a couple of times last week, once up in Rifle and the other time during his Club 20 ...


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Fractured future for natural gas industry?

By The Daily Sentinel

Two compressed natural gas fueling stations are now open on the Western Slope, one in Grand Junction and one in Rifle. President Barack Obama has made natural gas transportation fuel a centerpiece of his new energy policy, whose goal is to ...


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