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Sharing is not always easy when it comes to water

By Special to the Sentinel

It’s not every year that western Colorado has the luxury to procrastinate with irrigation. Maybe in April, but by May it’s almost unheard of. But here we are, almost a month into irrigation season with a snowpack that just ...


Some skills can’t be perfected on a computer

By Penny Stine

I’m an impatient learner. I would love to be able to play the piano, speak fluent Italian or dance like Mikhail Baryshnikov. Unfortunately, I’m not patient enough to actually learn how to play the piano, memorize vocabulary or the ...


Investigators out again today in Birgfeld evidence search

By Paul Shockley

Searchers this morning spent nearly four hours covering two fields looking for evidence in the 2007 disappearance of Paige Birgfeld. The effort was the second this week focused in the general area of 23 Road and Logos Court, just south of ...


Dogs find human remains in Utah

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Utah law enforcement officials are studying skeletal remains and pieces of clothing found in a wash near Interstate 70. Grand County officials who announced the find did not say to whom the remains might have belonged. Officials there, ...


Conservation groups oppose artist’s plan for river

By The AP

SALIDA — Sportsmen and conservation groups are asking the Colorado Wildlife Commission to issue a resolution opposing the artist Christo’s proposal to suspend huge sheets of fabric over parts of the Arkansas River between Canon ...


Colorado remembers fallen officers

By The AP

GOLDEN — Colorado flags will remain lowered as the state remembers law officers killed in the line of duty. This year’s observance today includes a Weld County sheriff’s deputy killed with his own gun last November after a ...


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Students pass (on) notes of praise

By Special to the Sentinel

“Chance favors the prepared mind.” — Louis Pasteur Scott Vogt, a teacher at Palisade High School, relies on a famous chemist’s observation to guide his teaching. Vogt and other Grand Valley educators have ...


Coming soon: Lots of water

By Dennis Webb

Endless winter in parts of the Rockies will result in much-needed water for the Southwest, but some of the waterways delivering it face a sizable flood threat as a result. There’s currently more than a 50 percent chance of the Colorado ...


Drilling lawsuit delays talks between Antero Resources, Silt Mesa residents

By Dennis Webb

Citing a recently filed lawsuit, Antero Resources has decided to delay discussions with residents about reducing impacts of planned drilling in the Silt Mesa and Peach Valley areas of Garfield County. The company also scrapped a plan to ...


Blotter, May 6, 2011

By Staff

Sheriff’s cruiser struck A Grand Junction man was issued a summons after he allegedly broadsided a Mesa County Sheriff’s Department patrol car Wednesday in an accident that sent the deputy to the hospital, according to the ...


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