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Mothers, families share their heart for foster care, adoption

By Rachel Sauer

If family is a river, then it’s fed by a million tributaries — each one different, each one important, each one vital. Every family is unique, and the way it comes together is an intricate flow of variegated influences. Some ...

Grand Junction HS soccer game at 6 p.m.

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction High School’s girls soccer team’s first round playoff game against Legacy is scheduled to be played at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Walker Field. Fruita Monument is playing Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Dakota Ridge. The Wildcats are ...

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Student of the Week: FMHS senior Melinda Repetti

By Special to the Sentinel

GPA: 3.7. After-school activities: Art, photography and work. Favorite book: “Looking for Alaska” by John Green. Favorite TV show: “South Park.” Favorite band or musicians: Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble, and jazz ...

More water released from Crystal

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Runoff greater than was forecast has prompted the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to increase releases from the Aspinall Unit on the Gunnison River. Releases from Crystal Reservoir have been increased by 200 cubic feet per second per day through ...

Pot DUI bill back with teeth in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — A bill to prosecute drivers under the influence of pot has been revived with teeth after it was watered down so it was just a study on the issue of marijuana impairment. The proposal is scheduled to be heard this week in the ...

Chopper crash lands at Colorado skateboard race

By The AP

GOLDEN — People watching a skateboarding race on Lookout Mountain got a scare after a helicopter made a crash landing near the race route. The helicopter came down on a steep slope on Sunday afternoon during the Buffalo Bill Downhill. ...

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State contains 9 of the earth’s rarest minerals

By William Woody

Southwest Colorado contains enough rare, “critical and strategic” minerals to allow the U.S. to become less dependent on foreign imports and continue advancements in modern technology, according to a senior state geologist. Jim ...

Scenic byway receives federal funding

By Staff

A 133-mile stretch of two highways in southwestern Colorado is among three scenic byways in Colorado that has been awarded funding from the Federal Highway Administration. The Unaweep-Tabeguache Scenic and Historic Byway will receive $72,000 ...

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Park shelter reservations hotter than burgers

By Melinda Mawdsley

The popularity of Grand Junction parks soars in spring and summer, prompting one city official to encourage anyone interested in reserving a shelter in the weeks and months ahead to do it now. In fact, with graduation season looming — ...

Garden Gulch spills to have hearing at last

By Dennis Webb

More than three years after the incidents occurred, state oil and gas regulators are scheduling hearings related to major spills of fluids from pits north of Parachute. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is scheduled at its May ...

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