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OUT: Skiers getting in shape for the slopes

By Special to the Sentinel

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The evening was cool and the morning cold, but winter still seemed a million miles away on a late-September afternoon at the base of Howelsen Hill. Mountain bikers struggled up the trails, just like they had all ...

OUT: Sunday Column October 19, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Call it the hex of the full moon. Or “Gone with the Wind,” but I seem to remember that title already being taken. Elk hunters eager for the early elk-only season that ended Wednesday found their hopes, and in some cases their ...

OUT: Brunot Agreement fulfilled October 19, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

An agreement signed more than 130 years ago between the U.S. government and the Ute Indians finally is being fulfilled. Starting next year, the Southern Ute Tribe, which has its offices in Ignacio, will exercise its rights under the 1874 ...

Alex Taylor Column October 19, 2008

By Staff

As we enter the final weeks of the most important presidential election in decades, it’s important to stop and realize that this was no ordinary campaign. It’s not your standard challenger-versus-incumbent race. These are two ...

Candidates in spirited county commission races lay out goals

By Staff

Two outspoken Republican incumbents on the Mesa County Commission are running for re-election: Craig Meis in District 1 and Janet Rowland in District 3. Two Democratic lawyers are the challengers. Dan Robinson is looking to unseat Meis, and ...

Our endorsements

By The Daily Sentinel

The following is a recap of The Daily Sentinel’s endorsements for items that appear on the ballot in Mesa County. If an item on the ballot is not listed here, we have not taken a position on it. ELECTED OFFICIALS Presidential ...

Oil shale views clash as symposium goes to Garfield County

By Dennis Webb

BATTLEMENT MESA —From the standpoint of some people viewing things from afar, Colorado shouldn’t get in the way of development of its world-class oil shale deposits. Some locals staring at the prospect of a revived oil shale ...

DOW seeks award nominees

By Staff

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is accepting nominations for “Landowner of the Year.” The award recognizes important contributions of landowners to improve habitat for wildlife in Colorado. To qualify, the person must be a ...

Police find meth materials outside Whitewater home; three arrested

By Amy Hamilton

Three women were arrested after law enforcement officers discovered materials for making methamphetamine outside a Whitewater home. Sally Jane Smith, 44, and Kelly Ann Cyr, 50, were in Mesa County Jail on Saturday on suspicion of meth ...

City leaf pickup starts

By {screen_name}

Not sure what to do with all those leaves in your yard? The city of Grand Junction can help. City crews will pick up leaves from homes within city limits starting Monday and continuing until mid-December. The annual Leaf Pick-up program is ...

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