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Energy rules need teeth, county told

By Dennis Webb

De BEQUE — Regulation of energy development is only as good as its enforcement, residents of the De Beque area have told Mesa County officials working on an energy master plan. Eight area residents attended a meeting the county held in ...

First bill by Bradford targets redundant voter-database rules

By Staff

The first piece of legislation from Mesa County’s newest state lawmaker, an elections-reform bill, cleared its first committee hearing Thursday. House Bill 1018, sponsored by Rep. Laura Bradford, R-Collbran, would bring laws concerning ...


Major player in mining equipment repair business opens plant in Delta

By Staff

DELTA — The world’s largest independently owned mining equipment repair company has opened an 18,000-square-foot facility on 12 acres in Delta. West Virginia-based Phillips Machine Services rebuilds mining equipment for 50 to 60 ...

Briefs: Biz Briefcase January 23, 2009

By Staff

•  Bray Real Estate recognized its top broker associates for their 2008 sales achievements. Christi Reece was the top producer in residential sales. Debbie Hampton, Craig Huckaby and Connie Whalen were named the top team in ...

Partners sees 200 percent jump in mentor applications

By Staff

What’s a Partner? Mesa County Partners is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Youth usually are referred to Partners through the courts, but many simply come from troubled backgrounds. The national organization was formed in 1968 and has ...


Rangers trained to stop suicides

By Staff

When Jose Iglesias rappelled 120 feet down the side of Red Rock Canyon on Wednesday to rescue a 34-year-old man from an alleged suicide attempt on Colorado National Monument, he found a fortunate, and thankful, man. “I have never seen ...

Blogging the inauguration: Coming home

By Special to the Sentinel

January 21st, 2009 This post will be short. I’m packed and ready to head out of here at 6:30 a.m. to Dulles. The Washington Post reported that both Dulles and Reagan were jammed today, and many didn’t make their flights because ...


Mesa men win RMAC West opener against CSU-Pueblo

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Jase Herl takes pride in his defense and his rebounding. The 6-foot-3 junior guard showed off both Thursday night at Brownson Arena — and threw in plenty of offense as well, helping the Mesa State College men’s basketball team ...

Briefs: OUT Grand Mesa Skiing January 23, 2009

By Staff

Grand Mesa Classic is Sunday The third of the four-race Grand Mesa Series will be Sunday’s Grand Mesa Classic at 11 a.m. at the Skyway Nordic trails. Registration for the 10-kilometer classic-style race begins Sunday at 10 a.m. in the ...

OA: Pollux Column January 23, 2009

By Ivy Parnasius

Flowers will soon be blooming all around, even in hair. This spring, hair flowers are making a comeback, and the look is fresher than ever. Women of all ages can wear flowers, just follow a few simple rules. Choose a flower that is ...

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