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Fruita may decide on possible MMJ ban tonight

By {screen_name}

The Fruita City Council is expected to decide tonight whether to ask voters if they want to ban medical marijuana centers or prohibit the businesses itself. Public testimony will be taken. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center, 325 ...


More snow for the mountains, rain for the valley

By {screen_name}

The calendar says we’re a little more than a month away from summer. But Old Man Winter isn’t done with western Colorado yet. A winter weather advisory is in effect from 9 p.m. today until noon Wednesday for many of the central ...


Email letters, May 17, 2011

By Staff

Bobby’s Bash will be far from free It’s time for our local media to stop referring to Bobby’s Birthday Bash as a free concert. Media outlets have played into Bobby’s hand for too long with the misleading ...


Udall supports tax break repeal for big oil corps

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Sen. Mark Udall says a bill that would potentially repeal tax breaks for big oil companies is more an issue of deficits than energy. Udall said today taxpayers can’t afford the breaks with the debt spiraling out ...


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Grand Junction High School graduation 2011

By Christopher Tomlinson

Tiger graduates walk during commencement at Stocker Stadium.  ...


Garfield County should complete Battlement Mesa health impact assessment

By Bill Grant

On Monday, the Battlement Concerned Citizens formally petitioned the Garfield County commissioners to reconsider their decision to terminate the incomplete Battlement Mesa health impact assessment under way by the Colorado School of Public ...


No gold star for Heath’s tax plan

By The Daily Sentinel

Boulder Democratic state Sen. Rollie Heath angered many on the Western Slope, The Daily Sentinel among them, with his congressional redistricting plan that would have carved up western Colorado and placed Mesa County in the same district as ...


Printed letters, May 18, 2011

By Staff

Thank you to The Daily Sentinel for the thoughtful analysis of the current situation of our problematic resource, oil shale. An additional component for maximizing the resource could be by-product research. Recent discussions have pointed out ...


The Donald trumped

By The Daily Sentinel

Monday must have been a day of deep frustration for Donald Trump. The New York City real estate mogul, television star and wannabe politician had designated Monday as the date he would announce for certain whether he would run for president ...


That one fish might mean $1 million

By Dave Buchanan

You always dreamed there would be some way to make a million dollars fishing. Yeah, and Lady Gaga is going to be your fishing partner. Instead of standing around, waiting for the blonde (at least at this writing) songstress, you could try ...


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