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Clifton conundrum

By The Daily Sentinel

Here’s some information that should come as no surprise: Clifton and Fruitvale residents want to keep their property taxes low, but their level of government services high. In that regard, the denizens of Clifton and Fruitvale are like ...

Police still searching for clues in shooting

By {screen_name}

Grand Junction police investigators met with campus security officials at a Utah college Wednesday as they tried to understand what might have set off a 22-year-old man believed to be responsible for killing two Grand Junction residents and ...

Roan drilling on hold until June; no ruling issued on enviros’ suit

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management doesn’t expect natural gas development on the recently leased Roan Plateau to begin until June. Attorneys for conservation groups say that should provide enough time for a judge to consider the merits ...

Solar2 use Kokopelli 9-24-8

Use of solar increasing in county

By Staff

Given the role the sun has played every year literally growing local farmer Brant Harrison’s organic fruit and vegetable business, he figured it was time to take their business relationship to the next level. With an eye on being more ...

‘Stripper’ wells and state taxes

By Special to the Sentinel

Thousands of small oil and gas wells in Colorado don’t pay state taxes on the resources they extract, a benefit that would be trimmed under a little-known provision of Amendment 58. Exemptions for so-called “stripper” wells, ...

Credit crisis affecting oil, gas companies

By Special to the Sentinel

Many oil and gas companies in Colorado are scrambling for cash, the first signs of a slowdown in the state’s unprecedented energy boom. Although the energy sector is among the healthiest in the nation with giants such as ExxonMobil ...

Cent VB v Fr 10-14-8

Having one player who plays anywhere helps team succeed

By Patrick Bahr

Successful teams usually have one player who can play anywhere. For the Central High School volleyball team, that player is 5-foot-11 junior Haleigh Higgins. In a 25-20, 13-25, 25-23, 18-25, 15-11 win over Fruita Monument on Tuesday, Higgins ...

Postseason is everything for prep tennis players

By Patrick Bahr

For high school tennis players, the postseason is everything. No matter how successful a player was during the dual season, a slip-up at the regional tournament will keep him out of the state tournament. Last weekend’s Region 7 ...

Midnight “Mav-ness” a hit with Mesa State students

By {screen_name}

Kurt Bangle’s biggest fear was that no one would show up. He never imagined being part of a contest to dress himself in flip-flops, sweatpants, a floppy hat and an undersized basketball jersey, all the while dribbling a basketball the ...

OUT: Fishing Report October 15, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Northwest • Big Creek Lakes — Fishing for lake trout has been slow, with fish in deeper water, but should improve with cooler temperatures. • Blue River (Dillon to Green Mtn. Res.) — The most effective ...

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