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More bear hunting licenses possible in Colorado

By The AP

ASPEN — Wildlife officials are considering nearly doubling the number of bear hunting licenses available to try to control the animals’ population and reduce interaction with people. The Colorado Wildlife Commission will look at a ...


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You Saw It, March 2010

By Staff

Community and reader-submitted photos for the weekly You Saw It page.  ...


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Over the Top, Beef and climate

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob debunks the theory that eating meat contributes to global warming, with a burger. March 25, 2010  ...


Obama’s Pyrrhic victory will cost Democrats much in the long run

By Rick Wagner

President Obama is about to learn that there is a high price for winning a battle at any cost. After months of bribing, threatening, cajoling and terrifying members of his own party — he managed to pass a massive step toward the ...


Printed letters, March 25, 2010

By Staff

Most ‘historic’ thing was arrogance in health vote The Daily Sentinel’s “Historic health vote” editorial had surprisingly little that was of substance to say on the issue. The editorial failed to even pay lip ...


The tragedy at the Timbers

By The Daily Sentinel

It is easy, in the calm of your living room or the comfort of your office, to decide with clear-headed logic what two Grand Junction police officers should have done when they were confronted by a drunk and belligerent man at the Timbers Motel ...


Pistol range to close for maintenance

By Dave Buchanan

The public pistol range on 27 ¼ Road north of the airport will close for two weeks starting Monday to allow the Bureau of Land Management to complete upgrades to the road and facilities at the range. The project includes resurfacing the ...


Udall: Beetle bill delay jeopardizes communities

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., today said Republican use of an arcane Senate rule to block a hearing on his bark beetle bill jeopardizes the chances of providing timely help for communities threatened by the insect’s outbreak. For two ...


Highline Lake now open to boating

By Dave Buchanan

After a weather delay, Highline Lake State Park is now open to all boaters, jet skiers, water skiers, and wake boarders. As part of the statewide fight to curb the spread of aquatic nuisance species, including zebra and quagga mussels, all ...


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Rubber tread joins fight against invasive aquatic species

By Dave Buchanan

If your fishing plans include a trip to Alaska sometime next year, you’ll need to revamp your fishing wardrobe. Starting in 2011, felt-soled wading boots are prohibited in southeast Alaska, and as of Jan. 1, 2012, they are banned ...


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