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Ritter should protect municipal authority

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. Bill Ritter has another opportunity to anger labor unions in Colorado by vetoing another of their favored bills. He should seize the opportunity, not because angering labor unions is a good thing in and of itself, but because Senate Bill ...


Marriage, California-style

By The Daily Sentinel

In California, it seems, votes and the law do matter, even if they go against the accepted political dogma of the day. That dogma holds that same-sex marriage should be as legal and accessible as traditional, heterosexual marriage. The ...


Airport seeks delay for those who need federal access badges

By {screen_name}

Grand Junction Regional Airport will ask the federal government to ease up on people who have begun the process of getting access badges for the airport but won’t have them by the June 1 deadline. Airport Manager Rex Tippetts told about ...


Blotter: May 28, 2009

By Staff

Men shot with BB gun • No one was seriously injured after a father and son shot each other with a BB gun Tuesday night, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. The father, 46, was shot in the back of the leg, and ...


Antero discusses GarCo drilling plans

By Dennis Webb

BATTLEMENT MESA — Around 400 people crowded a gym Wednesday night to hear Antero Resources lay out plans to begin drilling for natural gas later this year within Garfield County’s Battlement Mesa development. The Denver-based ...


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Cops: Alcohol a factor in Patterson crash

By Paul Shockley

Alcohol is a suspected factor in a two-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon that hospitalized one child and left four other children injured. Edward Wildrick, 45, was arrested after the Ford Explorer he was driving hit a Dodge minivan with a ...


Boats at Rifle Gap to be checked for invasive mussels

By Dave Buchanan

Starting Monday, all trailered watercraft entering Rifle Gap and Harvey Gap state parks will be inspected for aquatic nuisance species, including zebra and quagga mussels. The inspections are part of the expanded program by Colorado State ...


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Public gets sneak peek at design options for downtown

By Emily Shockley

It’s been 47 years since Main Street’s last makeover. Wednesday night, the Downtown Development Authority revealed four potential looks for the street’s next makeover. The project, tentatively scheduled for construction ...


Man killed when car he’s working on lurches forward, crushes him

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man died early Wednesday when a car he was working under suddenly lurched forward, authorities said. George Chapman, 44, died after being pinned to the ground, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office said. Chapman died of ...


Deputy county clerk one of eight to seek state elections post

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The chief deputy to Mesa County Clerk Janice Rich is one of eight applicants for the job of state elections director. Amy Storm applied for the post, which has been vacant since Holly Lowder left the job shortly before the 2008 ...


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