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Death notices, July 16, 2010

By The AP

Fern Beryl Cook, 94, Grand Junction, died July 14, 2010, at Hospice Care Center. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Masonic Cemetery on Orchard Mesa. Survivors include one son, Hugh of Grand Junction; one daughter, Kay Jean Wright; ...

BLM director accepting input

By Staff

Bureau of Land Management Director Robert V. Abbey and U.S. Forest Service Chief Thomas Tidwell will head a listening tour today in Grand Junction about the management of public lands. The Department of Agriculture, Department of Interior, ...

Police blotter, July 16, 2010

By Staff

Sex assault suspected Dustin Roberts, 19, 2547 D Road, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of sexual assault on a child and felony contributing to the delinquency of a minor. According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Roberts allegedly had ...

Repair planned after Glenwood’s primary waterline ruptures

By Dennis Webb

Glenwood Springs municipal crews hope to fix by the end of today a pipeline rupture that has cut off its primary source of drinking water. The city has been getting its water from an emergency pumping station on the Roaring Fork River since ...

Legislation passes with Bennet’s help; bill could be better, his challenger says

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The financial regulation bill passed Thursday by the Senate would have won his vote, but not his enthusiasm, Senate challenger Andrew Romanoff said. The measure, Romanoff said Thursday night, “was the best we could expect from the ...

Hasans still undecided about McInnis’ fee

By Charles Ashby

The Hasan Family Foundation still is investigating whether GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis fulfilled the obligations of his $300,000 fellowship in 2005 and 2006. Drew Dougherty, spokesman for the Pueblo-based foundation, said ...

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What you can do: Center for Independence helps those with disabilities enjoy activities

By Patrick Bahr

Leroy Wilcox sums it up best when it comes to the Center for Independence’s approach to athletics. “It’s not your disability, but your ability,” Wilcox said. “We don’t focus on what you can’t do, we ...

Printed letters, July 16 2010

By Staff

Conservation groups did not act in good faith Representing the oil and gas industry, I participated in Northwest Colorado Stewardship for three years until I had to withdraw due to a family emergency. NWCOS worked extremely hard and long to ...

Monument highlights power of nature

By Henrietta Hay

I wish I had known John Otto.  He was an amazing man. Otto was the first person to explore carefully the canyon country now known as the Colorado National Monument. He settled in Grand Junction in the early 20th century. Before he came, ...

Sentinel Ed Board: McInnis should withdraw

By Staff

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel’s editorial board today called on GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis to withdraw from the race. The editorial in the former congressman’s hometown newspaper said McInnis’ admission to ...

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