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All of Colorado could lose with change in land-use rules

By The Daily Sentinel

A lobbyist for the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association was speculating a bit a week ago when he told some 300 ranchers gathered in Grand Junction that one of the fundamental laws governing their ability to split and sell their land may face ...


Briefs: Local Sports June 22, 2009

By Allen Gemaehlich

Tennis • Ross gets revenge vs. Shields Cory Ross avenged his first loss in the Elam Classic final last week with a victory over the man that beat him. The third seed from Littleton defended his home turf, defeating No. 2 seed Clancy ...


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Provencher, Guinn back to playing ball

By Allen Gemaehlich

Baseball careers ended a month ago for several Mesa State College seniors, but two of them are keeping their Major League dreams alive. All-Region players Mike Provencher and Aaron Guinn recently signed contracts with separate independent ...


Energy Master Plan ready for county to use

By Staff

It’s been years in the making, but the Mesa County Energy Master Plan is finally finished. The Energy Master Plan was requested by the County Commission more than two years ago. County staff and Skinner went to work and created a Web ...


Alcohol suspected in rollover that killed woman, 21

By Melinda Mawdsley

Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in a rollover that killed a 21-year-old Mesa County woman, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Trooper D.J. Erickson said the woman was not wearing a seat belt and was thrown from the 1998 Toyota ...


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Despite killer frost this spring, stands full of fruit, growers say

By Melinda Mawdsley

There is no truth to the perception that below-freezing temperatures this spring wiped out Mesa County’s entire fruit harvest, said two local fruit growers. Customers have been walking up to her fruit stands since June 11 surprised to ...


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Many display love of cars at show

By Melinda Mawdsley

Terry Johnson knew why men such as him love cars. “It’s in our DNA,” Johnson said. “We like bright, shiny things. They make noise. We get attention.” Johnson, of Clifton, was one of the 150-plus people who ...


Blotter: June 22, 2009

By Staff

Man arrested after child suffers injury • Jacob Wayne Fields, 23, 3211-G E. Hall Court, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of child abuse causing bodily injury and reckless endangerment. He was accused of throwing a glass plate that hit ...


After confusion, city will try new resident-alert system again

By Staff

Last week, the Grand Junction Police Department’s first attempt to use the new, automated Regional Communications System to alert residents didn’t go so well. This morning, the city will try it again. The system was purchased ...


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Grand Mesa Softball League allows players to improve skills

By Patrick Bahr

Pitching against high school varsity hitters might be a little intimidating for a 13-year-old, but it’s just what Elisha Jahnke needed. “Pitching against some of the older girls has been nerve-racking,” Jahnke said. ...


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