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Meth ads left to state; county makes focus local

By Staff

With the camera near, the lights hot and a pair of interviewers questioning him, the sheriff of Mesa County sat in his freshly pressed dress uniform in the Mesa County Commission hearing chamber on a recent Thursday morning. “Hi, ...

Briefs: Local Sports November 14, 2008

By Staff

College Volleyball Two Mavs make All-RMAC team Tara King and Alisan Tompkins were voted onto the All-RMAC volleyball team, released Thursday by the conference office. King, a sophomore setter from Steamboat Springs, made the second team and ...

Death Notices: November 14, 2008

By Staff

•  Donald Ray Carns, 78, Grand Junction, died Nov. 11, 2008, at his home. Services will take place at 2 p.m. today at Martin Mortuary. Burial will be at Orchard Mesa Cemetery. Mr. Carns worked in well drilling. Survivors ...

Snuff ’em out

By The Daily Sentinel

There was good health news this week, among all the economic doom and gloom: The percentage of adults in the United States who smoke cigarettes has dropped below 20 percent for the first time since officials began keeping records on this. In ...

Congress cannot restore this jalopy

By The Daily Sentinel

There are some folks who believe if the federal government will give General Motors a few billion dollars, the auto maker will be ready to roll once more — sort of like doing a tune-up and putting new tires on an old Camaro. But the GM ...

Sunlight developers mull options after rezoning request is rejected

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The would-be redevelopers of Sunlight Mountain Resort may have to consider the idea of a “Sunlight Lite” project after a county panel’s decision late Wednesday night. The Garfield County Planning and ...

Lease to yield nearly $5M to split between feds, state

By Dennis Webb

Oil and gas rights leased near New Castle on Thursday will yield almost $5 million in bid revenue to be split between the federal government and the state of Colorado. However, the Colorado Division of Wildlife had voiced concerns over the ...

TRIDENT officers arrest three men near Parachute marijuana farm

By Staff

Garfield County drug enforcement officers this week made three arrests after finding 890 marijuana plants growing in a remote canyon near Parachute in September, authorities said Thursday. Officers with the Two Rivers Drug Enforcement Team, ...

Agency gives Mesa State good credit rating, but notes challenges

By Staff

Mesa State College defied the nation’s credit crisis and earned a top credit rating from a national financial analysis firm for the school’s outstanding debt and upcoming bonds financing the North Avenue residence ...

Great Outdoors Colorado head leaving for oil, gas group

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The head of Great Outdoors Colorado is leaving the organization to head up policy issues for the Colorado Oil and Gas Association. John Swartout said he hopes to bridge the chasm between environmental organizations and the energy ...

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