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Witness reports aid search for New Castle woman, 54

By Dennis Webb

Utah rescue crews on Monday continued their search for a New Castle woman who has been missing for more than two weeks. Over the weekend, searchers received some reassurance that they are focusing on the right area when witnesses came forward ...


Developer of high-end townhomes puts project near CMC-Spring Valley on hold

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A 48-unit townhome project near Glenwood Springs was granted a one-year delay by Garfield County commissioners Monday after the developer cited current economic conditions. Developer Hayden Rader said in an interview ...


First big storm heightens avalanche danger

By Dave Buchanan

Despite reporting record snowfall, Colorado escaped last winter with only five avalanche-related fatalities. Although avalanche forecasters will tell you five deaths is five too many, the number might have been a lot worse. “Last year ...


County commission invocation challenged

By Staff

Jo-Ann Mullen and her husband Earle, members of Western Colorado Atheists and Freethinkers, say they want to use gentle persuasion to change the Mesa County Commission’s practice of giving an invocation before its public ...


Police files might not help defense of gun mishap at store, prosecutor says

By Staff

A local judge’s order, asking Mesa County law enforcement agencies to turn over files regarding accidental shootings, might not help defense attorneys for men involved in a Feb. 9 shooting at Jerry’s Outdoor Sports. Deputy ...


Death Notices: December 02, 2008

By Staff

•  Dorothy Lillian DeHerrera, 61, Grand Junction, died Nov. 28, 2008, at her home. Visitation will be from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. A family reading will follow at 6 p.m. and rosary will be said at 7 p.m. ...


Briefs: Local News December 02, 2008

By Staff

BLM closes roads to vehicles for season • The Bureau of Land Management Grand Junction Field Office has closed the following BLM roads to motorized vehicles for the winter: Beehive, Grand Mesa Slope, Lands End, Chalk Mountain, ...


Nuclear goes Green (River)

By The Daily Sentinel

Along with fabulous melons and fantastic whitewater rafting, Green River, Utah, might one day be famous for something else: a nuclear power plant. It’s way too soon to get breathless in anticipation or anxiety. As The Daily ...


Bill Grant Column December 02, 2008

By Bill Grant

The lawsuit filed against six subdivision homeowners who defied the orders of the Grand View Homeowners Association president by placing political signs in their yards prior to the election might seem like an inconsequential spat among ...


Congrats, state champs

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s difficult to believe that just a little more than a decade ago, Glenwood Springs High School’s football program was in such disarray that it didn’t even field a varsity football team one season. Yet, there were the ...


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