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12th Street Market

By The Daily Sentinel

The long-debated and previously rejected grocery-store complex planned for the corner of 12th Street and Patterson Road moved much closer to reality Wednesday. We think it’s high time. As we have long argued, the parcel of property on ...

Budget wildfire may be contained in California

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado Legislature faces difficult budget decisions over the next few weeks. It must slash an estimated $1 billion from state spending slated to occur over the next 17 months. But that’s nothing compared to California, where ...

Briefs: Local News February 20, 2009

By Staff

College gets cash for revegetation research • ExxonMobil has given Mesa State College $82,500 to research better revegetation methods for areas in the Piceance Basin affected by oil and gas development. Faculty who specialize in ...

Accused GJ madam’s lawyer gets more time

By Amy Hamilton

The case being made against Grand Junction massage parlor owner Nan O’Reilly, who is charged with pimping, racketeering and other prostitution-related charges, has created a mountain of paperwork. And O’Reilly’s attorney told ...

Blotter: February 20, 2009

By Staff

Woman accused of burglary •  Margaret Frances Temple, 46, was arrested on suspicion of third degree burglary, theft of between $1,000 and $20,000 and possession of a controlled substance, according to the Mesa County ...

Comments sought on plan for weeds

By Staff

The Bureau of Land Management crafted a noxious and invasive weeds management plan for 568,000 acres managed under the Glenwood Springs office and is seeking public comment. The Environmental Assessment and Weed Management Plan details early ...

Chambers: Oil, gas jobs high priority

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Single mother Maria Vazquez thought she had left the slow economy behind when she left Florida for western Colorado and its energy boom. The former teacher started taking process-technology classes at Colorado Mountain College ...

County’s death rate fell in 2008

By Amy Hamilton

If you’re the glass-half-full kind of person, this may come as good news: Fewer people died in Mesa County in 2008, compared to the year before. “This decrease was mostly due to a significant drop in the number of motor vehicle ...

Bradford’s sex-offender bill ‘will probably just die’

By Staff

State Rep. Laura Bradford’s plan to toughen prison sentences for sex offenders that target children died Thursday, one week after lawmakers failed to either pass or kill the bill during a committee hearing. Rep. Claire Levy, D-Boulder, ...


Construction materials company expanding

By Carrie Marfitano

Construction materials supplier ProBuild, 2779 D Road, is working on a project of its own. The Denver-based company is expanding its Grand Junction retail location from 4,000 square feet to 52,000 square feet. Construction began in October at ...

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