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Here’s the lowdown on high-country camping

By Staff

Memorial Day is traditionally the start of the summer camping season, with many people rolling out their camping gear for the first time this year, and others preparing to transition from desert to high-country outings. It’s not unusual ...

Secure skies and airport access

By Staff

It’s going to become more difficult to get into the general aviation area of the Grand Junction Regional Airport this summer. Some flyers believe airport officials have gone too far with their latest security measures, and say they will ...

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A salad with it all ... but fruit

By The AP

Patricia Wells wants her salads to have it all — fresh seasonal ingredients, bright colors, crunch and a bit of lean protein. Well, almost all. “I generally do not like fruit in my salads, though I do enjoy cantaloupe or ...

Tiara Rado Evening Ladies Club Golf Results May 25, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Evening Ladies' League - May 25, 2011 Team Match Play Back 9 Winners   Shirley Webb     Christine ...

Feds stop work on Flaming Gorge pipeline study

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has suspended its evaluation of a proposed pipeline to carry water from southwestern Wyoming to the Front Range of Colorado. Aaron Million of Ft. Collins has applied to pipe up to ...

Study: Coordination needed on drilling, mule deer

By The AP

DENVER — A nonprofit conservation organization says better coordination is needed between state wildlife and land managers handling energy development and mule deer populations in the West. The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation ...

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New T-Rex in town

By Christopher Tomlinson

The world’s largest robotic replica of a Tyrannosaurus rex comes to town.  ...

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Fourth of July cards needed for troops

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

It may be a little early to buy the fireworks and brats for the Fourth of July, but it’s not too early to start remembering the veterans that keep that holiday sacred. The Military Families of America organization is currently making ...


North Rim of Black Canyon of the Gunnison Nat’l Park long on hikes and vistas

By Dave Buchanan

At the risk of treading on the toes of colleague Bill Haggerty, who ostensibly writes a hiking column for The Daily Sentinel, but has been known to venture far astray from that topic, a couple of hikers spent a day on the high side of the ...


North Rim quieter, more ‘primitive’ than South Rim

By Dave Buchanan

Guide books describe the North Rim of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park as “quiet, undeveloped and primitive.” Thank goodness for that, since it means you can hike the trails, ponder for hours at the breath-catching ...

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