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Groups: Deal pending in Colo. wildlife refuge suit

By The AP

DENVER — Opponents of energy development on a national wildlife refuge in south-central Colorado say there’s a pending agreement that could keep the area off-limits to drilling. The agreement would settle a lawsuit by ...


E-mail letters, June 21, 2010

By Staff

Why exempt hotel project from development fees? What was the Grand Junction City Council thinking with its decision, “Council waives fees for downtown hotel at Third and Main”? Was the almost quarter of a million dollars for the ...


Toddler who nearly drowned now doing well

By {screen_name}

The aunt of a 16-month-old boy who nearly drowned in a bucket of water at her Fruitvale home says the toddler is doing well and should recover fully. Tessa Miller said today her nephew is in fair condition at Children’s Hospital in ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results June 21, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - June 21, 2010 Estimated Putts 1st Flight 1st Char Fields 2nd Flight 1st Glenda Oliver 3rd ...


Smoke mostly from Arizona fires, not Rifle one

By Dennis Webb

A wildfire is continuing to burn near Rifle, but most of the smoke in the area is from large fires near Flagstaff, Ariz., U.S. Bureau of Land Management spokesman David Boyd says. Fire activity at the 170-acre Water Creek Fire on the Roan ...


Texas congressman says what he really thinks of BP

By Denny Herzog

Joe Barton is one of those guys who occasionally finds himself in the news because he said something stupid. He outdid himself last week. The congressman from Texas’ 6th District apologized to BP CEO Tony Hayward for the ...


Economy may put brakes on grants

By The Daily Sentinel

After a hiatus of over a year, it was heartening to hear that state funds designed to help communities deal with the impacts of energy development could begin flowing once more in Colorado during the fiscal year that begins July 1. The spigot ...


Printed letters, June 22, 2010

By Staff

Hidden Gems plan was refined with users’ input I appreciate The Daily Sentinel’s continued coverage of the important landscapes and policy questions in the Hidden Gems Wilderness Proposal. In Eagle and Summit counties, Hidden ...


Woman’s cause of death known by coroner; manner unclear

By Amy Hamilton

A woman who fell to her death in Rabbit Valley in April sustained an injury resembling the tread pattern of her husband’s shoe, but the Mesa County coroner could not definitively determine the woman’s manner of death, authorities ...


Water line broken at 15th and Patterson

By {screen_name}

A water line break at 15th Street and Patterson Road has knocked out water to a number of homes and businesses in the area, and there’s currently no estimate when service will be restored. A contractor working on a water line ...


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