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Citizens sign up to fight for riverfront

By The Daily Sentinel

Few things tap the emotions of area residents like protecting the Colorado Riverfront corridor, which this community has spent more than 20 years cleaning up. So it is hardly astonishing that, with a few weeks of effort, a number of Grand ...


Redistributed comments

By The Daily Sentinel

In the history of October surprises — those election-changing events that crop up in the final weeks of a presidential campaign — Monday’s revelation about Sen. Barack Obama is not likely to be criticial to the ...


Bill Grant Column October 28, 2008

By Bill Grant

On October 23, critics of the proposed Colorado Roadless Rule carried a “boatload” — actually a kayak full — of letters up the Capitol steps to dramatize objections by a variety of stakeholders to the weakening of ...


Clerk’s office: Ignore calls telling recipients not to vote

By Staff

A series of anonymous phone calls have some residents wondering if their vote will count. According to the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s Office, several people have reported receiving phone calls from an unidentified party telling ...


New oil and gas rules to take effect April 1

By Dennis Webb

Regulators plan to implement new rules governing Colorado’s oil and gas industry on April 1 — a date governed in part by a hiring freeze in state government. Dave Neslin, acting director of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation ...


Briefs: Local News October 28, 2008

By Staff

Final day to request mail-in ballot • Today is the final day for voters to request a mail-in ballot for the 2008 general election, according to the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s Office. You can obtain an application at ...


Briefs: Local Health October 28, 2008

By Staff

FDA OKs kit to test breast tumor tissue • In its fall newsletter, the Colorado Cancer Research Program notified recipients that the Food & Drug Administration has approved the use of the SPOT-Light HER2 CISH kit to test the ...


Companies tread lightly on public displays of support

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In terms of finances, City Market has proven to be one of the biggest proponents of Grand Junction’s proposed public safety initiative, donating $5,000 to the campaign pushing for a sales-tax increase and a relaxation of the ...


Blotter: October 28, 2008

By Staff

Pizza theft alleged • Mesa County sheriff’s deputies responded to a pizza theft in the 400 block of 32 Road in Clifton on Sunday. A person delivering pizza told deputies that someone had ordered a pizza and requested it to ...


Disposal facility misses mandate, stays shut

By Staff

Despite several pleas for economic relief, Black Mountain Disposal Inc. will remain closed until at least next year. On Sept. 16, Black Mountain — a facility that disposes of drilling fluid from the oil and gas industry in ...


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