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Ritter appoints Montrose native director of Natural Resources

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter has appointed Mike King as executive director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources. King, a Montrose native, has served as deputy director for the past four years. He also was an assistant attorney ...


Tularemia suspected in deaths of beavers

By Dave Buchanan

Colorado wildlife officials are blaming water-borne tularemia for the deaths of several beavers in San Miguel and Gilpin counties. “Seeing two small outbreaks in different parts of the state at the same time is probably just a ...


Piloting health reform

By The Daily Sentinel

The $12 million federal grant announced this week to spread health care information technology on the Western Slope actually comes from the federal stimulus bill approved last year, not from the just-passed health care reform bill. But it is ...


Sunset rules for all state laws would reduce burden

By Rick Wagner

The Colorado state Legislature has almost finished its mischief for yet another year while the United States Congress staggers wildly between recesses and fund-raising activities only long enough to raise taxes, increase debt and impose ...


World-class deer taxidermy to be on display at Sportsman’s Warehouse

By Dave Buchanan

A traveling display of world-class mule deer and western whitetail taxidermy will visit the Grand Junction Sportsman’s Warehouse May 14 - 16. The store is located at 2464 U.S. Highway 6 & 50. The Eastman Trophy Deer Tour features a ...


Printed letters, May 6, 2010

By Staff

Drill, baby, drill is wrong approach now The disaster that is happening on our coastline after the sunken oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico is only one good reason not to drill where we know there will be “accidents.” Another is in ...


Listen up!

By The Daily Sentinel

Some of those who attend tonight’s first public session of the Grand Junction City Council’s listening tour will likely urge the council to keep the purse strings tight and taxes low, no matter what they do regarding police and ...


Medical marijuana bill advances

By Charles Ashby

After many hours of debate and numerous proposed changes, a measure to regulate medical marijuana centers in the state won preliminary approval in the Colorado Senate today. The bill is nearly identical to one that cleared the Colorado House ...


Tiara Rado Ladies Club May 5, 2010

By Staff

Tiara Rado Ladies Club - May 5, 2010 Ladies Club Middle Nine-Flight 1 1st Joyce Stonehocker 29 2nd Shirley Webb 32 T3rd Jodi ...


Mavs win in bottom of 10th

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Ian McKnight singled with the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the 10th inning today to lift Mesa State’s baseball team to a 16-15 victory over Metro State in the first round of the RMAC tournament in Kearney, Neb. The ...


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