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Fox sticking with Kyle Orton as his quarterback

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The fans may be calling for Tim Tebow. Denver Broncos coach John Fox isn’t. Fox said in a conference call Tuesday that he’s sticking with Orton as his starting quarterback despite an awful performance by the ...

120 job openings at American Furniture Warehouse

By Amy Hamilton

Mesa County Workforce Center is hosting a job fair to help American Furniture Warehouse recruit up to 120 employees for the opening of their new store. The event at the workforce center is from 9 a.m.- 3- p.m. Thursday at 2897 North ...

Suspect in 1993 girl’s death is dead

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Police in the Denver suburb of Englewood have identified a suspect in the 1993 killing of a 5-year-old girl whose body was found inside a duffel bag. Authorities say they identified Nicholas Stofer through DNA evidence. He ...

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Pedicab service gaining pub-crawling popularity

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Jesse Daniels has been peddling his new business downtown for nearly a month and it’s starting to gain speed. GJ PediCab rolled its first Pedillac onto the bar-hopping scene, fulfilling a niche market most often seen in larger ...

HUNT 2011 Huntmaster elk

The Huntmaster

By Dave Buchanan

By his own admission, Dan Uhrich isn’t your typical hunter. Most hunters will admit to having a personal preference when it comes to stalking wildlife. It might be the challenge of out-smarting a super-cautious wild turkey, ...

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Proud hunter and father

By Special to the Sentinel

In 2006, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and my employer, the Grand Junction Veterans Administration Medical Center, did a cooperative program to take disabled veterans hunting. During this hunt, Stan Johnson from Colorado Parks and Wildlife ...

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ATVs are here to stay

By Dave Buchanan

Love ‘em or loathe ‘em, ATVs are here to stay. Whether they are all-terrain or off-road vehicles, four-wheel drive pickups, motorcycles, dirt bikes or trail bikes, motorized backcountry carriers have earned a place in the ...

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How many elk are too many or just right?

By Dave Buchanan

Trying to decide how many elk are enough elk reads a bit like Goldilocks and the Three Bears. First, it’s too hot. Then, it’s too cold. Finally, it’s just right. But we aren’t sampling porridge; we’re talking ...

Loss of large predators may impact earth’s ecosystems

By Special to the Sentinel

The decline in recent years of large predators could severely impact Earth’s ecosystems, according to a recent study from researchers at Oregon State University in conjunction with 21 other scientific and educational institutions in six ...

Light earthquakes strike near NM-Colo. border

By The AP

RATON — A magnitude 4.0 earthquake has struck near the New Mexico-Colorado border, rattling residents in both states. The U.S. Geological Survey says the light temblor hit at 11:24 p.m. Monday. It was centered 17 miles west of Raton, ...

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