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Sports Briefs, June 29, 2011

By Staff

Gymnastics Three KidzPlex Eagles win titles Three KidzPlex Eagles gymnasts won individual state titles the past weekend in Denver. Norah Kellum took first place on beam (9.5) and floor (9.6) in the Level 3 Children’s B competition and ...


Local gymnastics results, June 29, 2011

By Staff

Level 3-6 State Championships KidzPlex results Level 3 (Age B) Norah Kellum: 1st beam (9.5), 1st floor (9.6), 4th bars (9.4), 2nd all-around (36.9). Reese Paronto: 4th beam (9.15), 2nd floor (9.535). Level 4 Children B Sierra Huseby: ...


Local junior golf results, June 29, 2011

By Staff

Ace Golf Tour Monday at Battlement Mesa Golf Course Boys Jacob Hebbel 78 Cole Brennecke 80 Kelby Breidel 83 Greg Gibson 84 Keith Rockwood 85 Will Berg 86 Owen Parker 86 Doug Mikesell 87 Trey Morris 89 Garrett Fante 89 Preston ...


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Over the Top: Going package-free

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob doesn’t think much of a Texas man’s idea for a package-free store.  ...


City officials flummoxed by the requirements of TABOR

By Rick Wagner

When I started reading the story, I was afraid the people interviewed were intoxicated. By the time I was done, I was afraid they weren’t. I’m talking about the June 21 story by Amy Hamilton in The Daily Sentinel about the Grand ...


Printed letters, June 30, 2011

By Staff

I feel compelled to answer a few of the comments made by those who were displeased by the recent amendment to the Fruita city code to allow residents to have chickens. Are these people not aware that the city of Grand Junction allows for ...


Gas firms can’t ‘lead from behind’

By The Daily Sentinel

The head of the Environmental Protection Agency offered advice to natural gas drilling and production companies this week, advice similar to what Colorado’s governor and others have suggested in recent months: Get out in front of ...


Groups pan water request for proposed Utah plant

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Environmental groups from four states have sent a letter to Utah officials criticizing a request from the owners of a proposed nuclear power plant in Utah to use water from the Green River. The biggest issue for the ...


Judge: Interior must decide on oil-gas leases

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A judge has ruled that the Interior Department must abide by a deadline in the Mineral Leasing Act and decide within 60 days of selling oil and gas leases at auction whether to issue the leases to the companies that have ...


Two injured in tank fire near Collbran

By Paul Shockley

Two employees, contractors working for Oxy USA Inc., were injured in a flash fire today near a drilling operation south of Collbran. The injured pair, with Wolverine Enterprises, were among a group of three who were cleaning out a production ...


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