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County OKs place-holder on ballot for medical pot question

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In a split-vote, Mesa County commissioners this afternoon approved reserving a place on the November ballot for a possible question asking voters whether they want to ban medical marijuana centers in unincorporated areas of the county. The ...


Body ID’d as Montrose DJ

By Paul Shockley

A body found Saturday in a canal south of Montrose was that of a disc jockey last seen July 1, Montrose County Coroner Thomas Canfield said Monday. Canfield said the death of 48-year-old Ricky D. Steele was an accidental drowning. The ...


Bennet says Colo. suffering unemployment cutoff

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DENVER — U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is calling on fellow senators to extend unemployment benefits. Bennet says 36,000 Coloradans are losing their unemployment insurance on Saturday. He says extending benefits would spur economic growth ...


SustainAbility: Mesa County Library

By Adele Israel

Libraries are naturally green because they share materials, but Mesa County Libraries’ Green Team has quietly been forging a clear path to sustainability. A values statement on the library’s website modestly refers to ...


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Annual review: Feng shui, new job, same great vacuum

By Annie Payne

I recently celebrated two years of writing for the Home & Garden pages and three years overall with The Daily Sentinel. I appreciate all the feedback I’ve received from my fellow “Homies” (Home and Garden enthusiasts) ...


Homegrown: Silver maple, plum pollinators

By Dennis Hill

We have a 35-year-old silver maple tree that looks pretty sick this year. Half of the branches have no leaves, or just a few at the tips. The remaining look pretty good, but the leaves are smaller than normal and not as dense. There were ...


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Lawnmower racers looking for mow fun at fair

By Penny Stine

Have you always yearned to race around the track with your pedal to the metal, but are afraid of speed? Then the Mesa County Fair has just the event for you: Lawnmower racing. That’s right, it’s a grassroots ...


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Program shares nature of outdoor work and play with area kids

By Gretel Daugherty

It’s not your usual kids’ summer camp. It’s children building and designing trails, restoring and improving wildlife habitats, improving area parks and learning skills from team building to outdoor living. It’s also ...


GJ city council tonight to consider holding place for medical pot ballot question

By Emily Shockley

The Grand Junction City Council tonight will consider holding a spot on November’s general election ballot for a question on medical marijuana. The issue is slated for a resolution at tonight’s regular meeting, while city ...


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