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Henrietta Hay Column January 16, 2009

By Henrietta Hay

Next Tuesday will be the real New Year’s Day in the United States. Reason 1.  Former-President Bush will head west to his ranch in Texas. Reason 2.  President Obama will start putting the country together again. Reason ...

Secretary Clinton

By The Daily Sentinel

Hillary Rodham Clinton, who has long had her sights set on a desk in the Oval Office at the White House, will instead soon be moving into the big office at the U.S. State Department headquarters in Foggy Bottom. The Senate Foreign Relations ...

Sun may shine brightly on Cameo

By The Daily Sentinel

Sunshine could begin to usurp coal as a producer of electricity at the Cameo Generating Station in De Beque Canyon, and that could end up being a benefit to both the environment and the area’s economy. Xcel Energy, which owns the Cameo ...

Senators praise Salazar at confirmation hearing

By Staff

As the saying goes, if you want an easy confirmation hearing, nominate a senator. Ken Salazar’s confirmation hearing Thursday morning before his former colleagues on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee certainly proved ...

Northwest industrial zone backed

By {screen_name}

A severe shortage of industrial land in the Grand Valley that developers and real estate agents say has hamstrung businesses looking to expand or move here could be alleviated in northwest Grand Junction. But it will come at the expense of ...

Blotter: January 16, 2009

By Staff

Riverside gunfire investigated • Grand Junction police are investigating a disturbance in the Riverside area that stemmed from a previous disturbance in Fruita. During the Riverside area incident, shots were fired from a rifle in a ...

Company increases drilling near Silt

By Dennis Webb

A Denver energy company is proposing to expand on its drilling program between New Castle and Silt by putting in nearly 200 wells over four to seven years. Orion Energy Partners has submitted a master development plan with the U.S. Bureau of ...

Collbran ranch owner charged after feral hogs destroyed

By Amy Hamilton

The owner of Little Creek Ranch in Collbran, the ranch at the center of a November quarantine that resulted in the seizure of 16 feral hogs being transported to the property, has been cited by the Colorado Division of Wildlife. Ranch owner ...

Groups sue EPA, say drillers polluting GarCo

By Dennis Webb

Two environmental groups point to air quality concerns in Garfield County in support of a lawsuit they filed Thursday against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regarding pollution from oil and gas drilling. WildEarth Guardians and the ...


Low interest rates mean boom times for mortgage companies

By Staff

A run to refinance is going on. Mortgage interest rates have hit astounding lows three times since mid-December, with rates in the 4 and 5 percent ranges. As a result, some local mortgage professionals are seeing their business triple and ...

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