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Man charged with selling ram’s skull

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A Fort Collins man is facing charges after he sold a bighorn ram’s skull on the Internet. Colorado wildlife officials say 39-year-old William Robert Sutton sold the skull to an undercover officer for $350 last year. ...

Federal judge orders halt to uranium program

By The AP

DENVER — A federal judge has ordered federal officials to stop approving exploration, mining and all other activities on 31 sites leased to uranium companies in Colorado. U.S. District Judge William Martinez ruled that U.S. Department ...

Serra’s guilty plea needed for Montrose DA’s office

By The Daily Sentinel

Myrl Serra’s guilty plea Wednesday to a felony charge of criminal extortion, as well as misdemeanor sexual contact, will apparently bring a much-needed end to a sordid, unfortunate chapter in 7th Judicial District Attorney’s ...

Lack of focus, unintentional satire mark ‘Occupy’ events

By Rick Wagner

The week was a bit anti-climactic for the “Occupy the Planters and Lawn Movement” here in Grand Junction, as tens of people showed up to the Mesa County administrative building. Right off, there seems a bit of a focus issue when ...

Printed letters, Oct. 20, 2011

By Staff

I was so appalled by the editorial, “Protests are ‘occupied’ by publicity seekers,” that I first blogged about it and then attended the Occupy Grand Junction event. The editorial was full of right-wing talking points, ...

Kudos to Kadrich

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction City Council is debating whether to restore a 3 percent pay cut for city employees that was implemented in 2009. Council members, understandably, want more information before reaching a decision. However, the fact that the ...

Briefs, Oct. 20, 2011

By Staff

Prescribed burns planned for today Firefighters with the Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire Management Unit are planning two prescribed fires today. A 300-acre fire is planned south of Silt on land managed by the Grand Mesa National ...

Blotter, Oct. 20, 2011

By Staff

Campaign signs targeted Palisade police have received at least two reports of campaign signs, which support a ban on medical marijuana centers in town, being removed from yards or vandalized in the last week. A woman in the 500 block of West ...

CMU asks Western State to return favor of name change consultation

By {screen_name}

Colorado Mesa University trustees asked Western State College President Jay Helman to keep both schools’ interests in mind as the college considers a name change. Helman said during a visit to a trustee meeting Wednesday his school is ...

Udall lauds Senate passage of bill for ski areas’ off season

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., on Wednesday cheered the Senate’s passage the prior evening of legislation clarifying the ability of ski areas to offer more year-round uses on federal lands. “I’ve been fighting for five years ...

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