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Wildland plan had rough start

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The Obama administration’s flirtation with recognizing wildlands came to a bad end in part because the federal government “did a terrible job” of explaining the plan, Bureau of Land Management Director Robert Abbey said. The ...


Medical pot site raided; lawyer denies wrongdoing

By Paul Shockley

Local, state and federal law enforcement raided a site near Paonia where medical marijuana is grown, and it may lead to criminal charges against a rancher and his family, Delta County Sheriff Fred McKee said Tuesday. McKee said the ...


Economic drop in GJ rivals worst in nation

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Economic activity in Grand Junction fell by one of the highest percentages among metropolitan areas in the U.S. last year, a decline led by the flailing construction and banking industries, according to a federal report released ...


Death notices, Sept. 14, 2011

By Staff

Mildred Dressler, 93, Grand Junction, died Sept. 11, 2011, at her residence. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Palisade Municipal Cemetery. Survivors include two sons,  Morris of Arvada and Lloyd of Grand Junction; and five ...


GJ backers to make bid for bike race

By Amy Hamilton

Members of a local committee to bring a statewide bicycle race to Grand Junction will be ready to submit several options for the 2012 race. Proposals for the race will be accepted starting at the end of this month and are due by Oct. ...


SCENIC 9-11 BOOK 090911

9-11 Remembered

By Gretel Daugherty

Scenes from local remembrance ceremonies for the tenth anniversary of 9-11.  ...


Can Congress deliver mail Rx?

By The Daily Sentinel

On Monday, Democrats in Congress introduced legislation that would give the U.S. Postal Service an additional three months to figure out how it will make a $5 billion payment to a fund for its future retirees. Such an extension would be a ...


Printed letters, Sept. 14, 2011

By Staff

City initially decided against 2011 bike race I am writing in response to Bret Mixon’s Sept. 1 letter in which he asserts that the Colorado National Monument missed the opportunity to host a leg of the 2011 Pro Cycling Challenge and ...


ALEC, not Obama, is obstacle to reform

By Bill Grant

One of the most important, but most overlooked, aspects of the political battle pitting environmental protection against energy development in Congress is the role of the American Legislative Exchange Commission in Congress. When Obama asked ...


Early blizzard hits Pikes Peak

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — An early blizzard Tuesday morning at the top of Pikes Peak briefly closed a highway to the summit and left some tourists stranded at the top until the road was plowed. The (Colorado Springs) Gazette reports that ...


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