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Cool, wet spring has snowpack at record levels in high country

By Dennis Webb

Snowpack at the start of the month was at record levels across most of Colorado’s northern and central mountains, the federal Natural Resources Conservation Service said Thursday. The state’s snowpack didn’t peak until late ...


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Police: Man admits role in homicide

By Paul Shockley

The suspect in the slaying of a man Friday at a transient camp said he first wielded the blunt end of a hatchet during a fight, before he “turned the puppy around” and struck the man repeatedly, according to an arrest ...


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Blue Band program celebrates 1 year

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It has been one year since the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce first asked local consumers to think blue. Participants in the Chamber’s Blue Band/Buy Local campaign celebrated the one year anniversary of the campaign Thursday by ...


Defending champs sent packing

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Navarro (Texas) College scored nine runs on 14 hits to roll to a 9-5 victory over defending national champion Iowa Western Community College. Christian Stringer was 2 for 3 with two RBI and Casey Grayson was 2 for 5 with two RBI for the ...


Adults, infant rescued on fast-moving river

By Paul Shockley

A pair of adults and an infant child were rescued today from a rock on the Dolores River after being stranded there nearly four hours. Mesa County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Heather Benjamin said the trio, rafters who become ...


Printed letters, June 3, 2011

By Staff

Two letters to the editor were published recently, relative to the ongoing Israel/Palestine conflict. One was the usual writer taking an opportunity to denigrate the president and the other in support. Both started from assuming an incomplete ...


Like his wildlands designation, the Salazar Era is in retreat

By Josh Penry

It wasn’t supposed to be this way for Ken Salazar. Yesterday’s humiliating reversal of his grandiose “wild-lands” policy is the latest installment in a repeating trend of failures from a man who was once renowned for a ...


Anzelmo’s leave-taking

By The Daily Sentinel

Joan Anzelmo has worked in some of the most spectacular landscapes on Earth: Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park and lately, Colorado National Monument. When she retires July 1, she can look with pride on her involvement in ...


Not-so-wild policy

By The Daily Sentinel

Although it was officially blamed on budget cuts, many observers see Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar’s decision Wednesday to halt plans to identify potential new wilderness areas on BLM ground as a political retreat from the wild-lands ...


Region’s snowpack at record levels

By Dennis Webb

Snowpack is at record levels across most of Colorado’s northern and central mountains, the federal Natural Resources Conservation Service said today. The state’s snowpack didn’t peak until late May in northern Colorado, ...


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