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Briefs: OUT Fishing guide January 19, 2009

By Staff

Only Wyoming says cutthroat trout “Cutt-Slam.” • That state’s Cutt-Slam program recognizes anglers catching each of the state’s four subspecies of cutthroat trout in their native waters. The four subspecies are ...

Death Notices: January 19, 2009

By Staff

• Clara G. Lewis, 88, Delta, died Jan. 16, 2009, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church in Delta. Burial will be at Delta City Cemetery. Survivors include one daughter, ...

Dominguez deserves official protection

By The Daily Sentinel

One of the jewels of the Western Slope will receive additional protection under a bill that passed the Senate last Thursday. Because similar bills have passed the House previously, the measure is not expected to face substantial opposition in ...

Gov. Ritter looks to spread the pain

By The Daily Sentinel

Say this for Gov. Bill Ritter’s budget-cutting proposal released last Friday. He is attempting to spread the pain equitably, even among some of his pet projects. Faced with an expected budget shortfall of $604 million in the current ...

Lawmaker supports nuclear energy

By Staff

As state lawmakers debate how to balance the development of natural gas and cleaner renewable energy resources, one Eastern Plains leader wants to steer the conversation toward nuclear power. In an effort to foster the nuclear debate, Rep. ...

Blotter: January 19, 2009

By Staff

5 gallons of gas stolen • Cheaper fuel prices aren’t keeping some folks from stealing it, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. A person in the 2800 block of Sunridge Road reported that five gallons of gas ...

Regulators ponder Rulison monitoring

By Dennis Webb

State regulators plan to consider revisions to a year-old monitoring program for natural gas drilling occurring near the Project Rulison nuclear test site. That reconsideration comes as the U.S. Department of Energy prepares to issue a ...

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Junction woman’s lyrics to be sung in D.C.

By Amy Hamilton

Never in her wildest dreams did Grand Junction woman, Cathy Ray, think a song she first jotted down on a napkin nearly 20 years ago would ring in the ears of people worldwide. But that’s likely what will happen when former Santana ...

College-bound students seek financial aid in tough times

By Staff

More college-bound seniors are finding themselves in Misty Sellden’s office than in years past hunting for financial aid opportunities. “Yes, the economy is absolutely affecting a lot of things,” said Sellden, a counselor at ...

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New GI Bill expected to ease transition from Combat to classroom

By Staff

The college classes Konrad Schlarbaum took during five years of military service, which included 15 months in Iraq overseeing communications in Baghdad, netted him merely seven transferable credit hours. “The recruiter told me I could ...

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