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Club 20 takes aim at valid targets

By The Daily Sentinel

Club 20 is always concerned about how potential public-policy measures will affect western Colorado. So it’s no surprise that the organization on Friday found a trio of potential ballot amendments bad news for this side of the ...


Juveniles charged with arson in Delta brush fire

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Delta police announced this afternoon two juvenile males have been charged with arson for allegedly starting a brush fire last month that prompted the evacuation of eight homes. The Seventh Judicial District Attorney’s Office filed ...


County sells property for planned commercial development

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Mesa County commissioners unanimously agreed this morning to sell a chunk of county land in Pear Park for development after county staff members worked through concerns about a drop in the sale price and a host of contract contingencies. The ...


Judge upholds Utah man’s charges in artifacts case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge has denied a request to dismiss 14 felony counts against a Utah man charged after a two-year federal investigation into illegal trafficking of American Indian artifacts. Joseph M. Smith of Blanding ...


Sweitzer Lake level limits boat-ramp use

By Staff

An inadequate spillway on Garnet Mesa Dam at Sweitzer Lake State Park has caused the Colorado Division of Water Resources to limit water levels in the lake. A hydrology study found the existing spillway is inadequate and could pose a threat ...


Utah’s national park fees being waived

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Officials are waiving entrance fees at Utah’s five national parks from April 17 through the 25th. The fees are being waived as part of national parks week. Visitors who plan to remain in the park beyond April 25 ...


Area births and marriages, through April 7

By Staff

— Births St. Mary’s Hospital: Kirk Kancilia and Heather Evango, Rifle, a daughter, March 26. Cory and Denea Gordon, Grand Junction, a daughter, March 27. Allysa Capps, Grand Junction, a son, March 28. Mario Martinez and Zomara ...


Avoid meeting with wildlife officer, get new fishing licence

By Dave Buchanan

In case you haven’t looked recently at your fishing license, it expired April 1. Starting last year, fishing and small-game licenses are valid April 1 through March 31, instead of the calendar year familiar to most of us. With many ...


Ridgway State Park open for boating

By Dave Buchanan

Ridgway State Park is open for the 2010 boating season. To prevent the spread of aquatic nuisance species, all trailered vessels entering and leaving the park are required to be inspected. The inspection station is open from 8 a.m. through ...


Gov. to sign bill protecting animals

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter is signing a measure that will provide animals and pets protection from domestic abusers. The measure being signed today would allow judges to order suspected domestic abusers in Colorado to stay away from ...


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