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Water accord remains critical for the future

By The Daily Sentinel

It is frustrating, but not surprising, that a number of Western Slope water organizations remain skeptical about the merits of a proposed water agreement between Front Range water interests and those on this side of the Continental ...


Tiara Rado Tuesday Men’s Club July 19, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Tuesday Men's League - July 19, 2011 Low Gross / Low Net 1st Gross Ben Vigil 35 2nd Gross Steve Mariz  ...


CDC: Failing 50-state grade on obesity

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado prides itself on annual obesity rankings of the 50 states, consistently coming in as the thinnest. It did so again today — but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Colorado still failed to meet a ...


Man retreats to bedroom after bear break-in

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Colorado Springs man was forced to retreat to his bedroom after a bear broke into his kitchen. Griffin Smith says he was walking to his kitchen Monday morning when he saw the bear in his kitchen. He ran to his ...


Airline still struggling to recover from hail

By The AP

DENVER — Frontier Airlines has canceled 15 more flights because of a hail storm that damaged many of its planes last week. Spokesman Peter Kowalchuk says the airline was able to restore three more flights today, but another 10 ...


Canada teen dies playing basketball in Aspen

By The AP

ASPEN — A 16-year-old boy from Canada has died while playing basketball in the gym at Aspen High School. Quinn Issiah Everring of Toronto, Canada, was participating in the Aspen Basketball Academy. Police were called after Everring ...


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Slain man known for courage

By Amy Hamilton

Jorge Carrasco stood just 5-foot-5. But friends of the Grand Junction man who was killed in a shooting at a North Avenue Taco Bell on Saturday night said he was looked up to and remembered as being respectful and courageous. “Jorge ...


McInnis Canyons documentary tonight at Museum of the West

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A free screening of an award-winning documentary about the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area will be available tonight in Grand Junction. “Stories From the Land: McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area,” which was ...


District 51 tries to gauge support for mill levy override

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Voters have until Aug. 5 to return a public opinion survey School District 51 sent to more than 32,800 homes late last week in hopes of learning how successful a mill levy override may be on the November ballot. The survey asks voters if they ...


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District 51 athletics feel pinch

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School District 51 did not have to ax any sports or consolidate teams during the most recent budget cuts. But the district’s athletics director said the department still feels the pain of budget constraints. District funding for ...


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