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Dogs tree mountain lion at Glade Park home

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH A Glade Park resident encountered a mountain lion near his home Thursday morning. The homeowner said he let his dogs into the back yard around 7 a.m. and they immediately started barking. The dogs treed the mountain lion. ...


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Quake triggers landslide that shaves face of Bookcliffs

By Staff

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Avoid a wild ride on river protection

By The Daily Sentinel

As it updates its resource management plan for the Grand Junction area, the Bureau of Land Management is evaluating rivers and streams for potential wild and scenic designation, as it is required to do by law. And the Colorado River Water ...


Officials bracing for reinvigorated H1N1 virus in fall

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH Health care professionals are anticipating another, more powerful outbreak of the H1N1 virus this fall. Thursday, health professionals from 54 states, tribes and territories met with White House officials at the H1N1 ...


Little-used road gets major investment

By Staff

By LE ROY STANDISH It’s easy to get lost in the views driving on Reeder Mesa Road — do so at your own peril. Caution signs seem to appear at a moment’s notice to alert unwary drivers at the last second to dangerous cutbacks ...


Man sentenced in statewide theft spree with ties to GJ

By Paul Shockley

A Front Range man suspected of stealing from several Grand Junction residents in a statewide crime spree has been sentenced to 25 years in prison. Michael Chard, 31, a habitual criminal who authorities say victimized 160 people last year ...


Blotter: July 10, 2009

By Staff

Delta cops back on bikes • Delta police will once again cruise the town’s streets on mountain bikes, thanks to funding approval from Delta’s City Council. The program was dropped because of budget issues, but will soon ...


A glimpse into the future

By Emily Shockley

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Late to the recession, county ineligible for stimulus money

By Emily Shockley

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Gov. Ritter wants study instead of regulation

By Dennis Webb

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