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Tracking skiers, snowmobilers could help lynx study

By Dave Buchanan

In a turnabout in the use of radio collars to track wildlife, researchers from the U.S. Forest Service plan to use similar technology to follow two-legged recreationists. The Summit Daily News this week reported that Forest Service ...


Cops: Woman, 19, confessed to fatal stabbing

By Paul Shockley

A 19-year-old woman admitted to police she retrieved a knife from her kitchen following a fight, then stabbed a man who later died from his injury, according to an arrest affidavit. According to unredacted court documents obtained by The ...


Marijuana sales tax question to go to Fruita voters

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Fruita residents will get to vote in April whether to levy a 5 percent tax on the sale of medical marijuana. The City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday night to approve an ordinance creating the tax, subject to voters signing off on it during the ...


Police blotter: Jan. 20, 2010

By Staff

Embezzlement suspected Grand Junction police are investigating an embezzlement from a local business. Police received a report last week that a known person is suspected of stealing more than $1,000 from a business in the 2400 block of ...


Chaos versus care in devastated Haiti

By Staff

Along with millions of other people, Grand Junction residents have stepped up to offer help to Haitians, whose lives were devastated by the earthquake that occurred last week. The article in Tuesday’s Daily Sentinel about the ...


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Backcourt brothers: Sanchez siblings working together as Central guards

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Vandon and Taylor Sanchez never faced each other in many knock-down, drag-out driveway pickup basketball games. In fact, the two brothers found out at an earlier age they work better together than against each other. “We had a hoop at ...


More fodder from the blotter

By Steve Beauregard

Today we’re going to recap some more actual entries taken from The Daily Sentinel’s police blotter — this is an important part of our never-ending efforts to both monitor lawlessness in our community and to find people to ...


Transactions: Jan. 13 -19

By Staff

WHITEWATER SOLD PRICE 7857 Bean Ranch Road $172,000 ORCHARD MESA 2912 Jon Hall $135,000 248 LaPlatta $178,000 FRUITA 1420 16 Road Lot 2 $110,000 316 Cottonwood Court $200,000 NORTH 704 Ivanhoe $212,000 2435 E. Piazza ...


Production holds up, but revenue hit by low prices

By Dennis Webb

A big drop in natural gas drilling in Colorado last year shouldn’t mean a decrease in production levels, state regulators say. But the same factor driving that drilling drop — lower natural gas prices — will mean reduced ...


Restraining order hearing in Sheen case postponed

By Dennis Webb

A Pitkin County hearing to determine whether actor Charlie Sheen can have contact with his wife, Brooke Mueller, has been postponed until Friday. The hearing had been scheduled for this morning, but Mueller’s attorneys filed a motion ...


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