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Grant Column Aug. 04, 2009

By Bill Grant

There will be a hot time in the old town hall meetings when John Salazar returns to his district for the August recess. Traditionally a time for elected federal officials to touch base with constituents, public meetings this year will be ...


Beetles are coming,  tamarisk is going

By The Daily Sentinel

The banks of the Colorado are due for a change, one that might seem jarring for those used to seeing large overhanging branches of tamarisk along the river. Thousands of beetles selected for their appetite for tamarisk are even now munching ...


GJ legislator announces Senate bid

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH Before a gathering of some 60 people, Rep. Steve King, R-Grand Junction, threw his hat into the ring Monday morning at Eagle Rim Park, announcing his bid for the state Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Josh Penry, R-Grand ...


State releases proposal for roadless areas

By Dennis Webb

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Blotter: Aug. 04, 2009

By Staff

Two held on drug charges • Crystal Santillan, 19, and Corrine Foo, 22, were pulled over early Monday morning for failing to signal when leaving a roundabout, according to Grand Junction police. Santillan subsequently was booked ...


Wife of man who killed cop says he threatened her life

By Amy Hamilton

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Briefs: Health Aug. 04, 2009

By Staff

Volunteers needed for Alpine Hospice • It’s always nice to volunteer, but it’s never been a better time to be a hospice volunteer. Alpine Hospice, which serves patients in the counties of Mesa, Garfield, Delta, ...


Legislature should look out for Pinnacol’s customers

By The Daily Sentinel

Last spring, desperate legislators unwilling to make cuts to the Colorado budget, settled their hungry eyes on Pinnacol Insurance, the state’s carrier of last resort, for its millions in surplus. The company’s $500 million surplus ...


Briefs: Local sports Aug. 03, 2009

By Staff

Little League • Grand Mesa Majors girls win The Grand Mesa Major girls softball team had to go extra innings to pull out a victory Sunday in its Southwestern Regional Little League tournament game. Grand Mesa rallied to tie the ...


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Fill ’er up with natural gas

By Dennis Webb

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