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Bogus bids bite the BLM

By The Daily Sentinel

No doubt a few people — especially in Utah — are wondering how a 27-year-old college student with no apparent financial wherewithal was allowed to become a bidder at a BLM natural gas lease sale last Friday. But Tim DeChristopher ...

Bill Grant Column December 23, 2009

By Bill Grant

With a letter hand delivered to Western Colorado Congress, the Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce threw out of the organization, a longtime nonprofit member, and declared itself against citizens’ rights it finds inconvenient for ...

The chamber’s smaller tent

By The Daily Sentinel

When it comes to Western Colorado Congress’ membership in the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce, think square peg in a round hole. The two organizations simply are not a good fit with each other, especially these days when they ...

Collbran gets $63,286 grant to improve park

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The town of Collbran has received a $63,286 grant from Great Outdoors Colorado to improve Terrell Park, the town’s only park. Town officials plan to demolish the existing playground structures and install an eight-station play ...

Briefs: Local NewsDecember 23, 2008

By Staff

Holidays will delay trash collection • The city of Grand Junction will delay trash collection this week after the Christmas holiday. No trash will be collected on Thursday. The Mesa County landfill will close at noon Christmas Eve. ...

Mesa County maintains good bond rating at AA

By Staff

The general economy may be going through a tough time, but it has not affected Mesa County’s bond rating. Fitch Ratings, an international company based in New York and London that independently provides opinions about ...

New center to offer arts classes in Fruita

By Staff

There will be a little bit more of the arts in Fruita starting in January. Creative Avenues, an arts education center at 128 S. Fifth St., and School District 51 have teamed up to offer art, theater and dance education as extracurricular ...

Briefs: Local Health December 23, 2008

By Staff

Type 2 diabetes info series offered • St. Mary’s Hospital Diabetes Education program is holding a four-week series entitled “Diabetes from A-Z” beginning in January. The classes meet from 4 to 6 p.m. on ...

Settlement possible soon in suit over gas royalties

By Dennis Webb

More than 1,000 royalty owners in Garfield County could benefit from a proposed partial settlement of a class action lawsuit against Williams Production RMT, the attorney who brought the suit says. Plaintiffs Ivo, Sidney and Ruth Lindauer, ...

Bond set in Montrose stabbing case

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A Montrose County judge set bond Monday for a 14-year-old boy held for more than a month in connection with an attack on a Montrose High School girl. District Judge Jeff Herron set bond of $5,000 for the boy, who is accused as an accomplice ...

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