Page 6650 of 9799


Aggressive bear warning in Colorado Springs

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Colorado Springs police are issuing a warning about an aggressive bear in the city. The police department issued a reverse 911 call to people living on North Union Boulevard after the bear became aggressive ...


Ag Department warns of cattle infection

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Department of Agriculture is warning cattle owners to test their herds for an infection that causes death or abortion of calves. State Veterinarian Keith Roehr says Bovine Trichomoniasis is a venereal disease in ...


Kym’s League Golf Results June 23, 2011

By Staff

Kym's League - June 23, 2011 Alternate Play - Low Net 1st Bob and Brian K. 24 2nd Matt and Wanda T. 25 3rd Neil and Donna ...


Judge: Indictments stand in trooper shooting case

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County judge has ruled that probable cause exists to support criminal charges lodged by a grand jury last year against a pair of Colorado State Patrol troopers in the shooting death of a Redlands man. In a ruling released today, ...


Udall proposes bill to build safe shooting ranges

By The AP

DENVER — Sen. Mark Udall has introduced legislation to help states build and maintain safe shooting ranges. Udall says people need accessible ranges for hunters and marksmen. Under current law, an excise tax is collected on sporting ...


Flood advisories remain for Colorado rivers

By The AP

DENVER — Flood advisories remain in effect for minor flooding in Colorado. The Colorado Water Conservation Board says water flows are still high in portions of the Colorado, Yampa, White, and North Platte basins where minor near-bank ...


Colorado to end Medicaid coverage of circumcision

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado will end coverage for routine circumcisions under Medicaid next month, adding to what’s become a national debate over the once widely-accepted procedure. The change, which takes effect July 1, is expected to save ...


Library’s Palisade plans hit a snag

By {screen_name}

The Mesa County Public Library District scuttled plans to relocate the Palisade branch library into a former coffee shop downtown after concluding the price tag to improve the building is too high. The library Board of Trustees voted last ...


Tipton, Colorado senators back troop withdrawal

By {screen_name}

It’s time to begin looking at reducing the United States’ military commitment in Afghanistan, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said, opening the door to agreement with President Obama. Tipton also is in agreement with ...


Medical pot question not certified for Palisade ballot

By Charles Ashby

Petitions to get a question on the Palisade ballot this fall to ban the town’s only medical marijuana dispensary have not been certified, town officials said Wednesday. Petitions containing 187 signatures to put a question on the ballot ...


Page 6650 of 9799



TOP JOBS




THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Advertiser Tearsheet
Information

© 2016 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy