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Another slide on I-70, this time near Glenwood Springs.
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Under HB1170, new time limits would be established requiring landlords to repair rental homes that exceed the basic definitions for "fit for human habitation." via
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This year's two ceremonies at , during which 1,343 graduates earned 1,423 degrees, lasted only about two hours each. via
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For the first time since 2013, is back at the .
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The Daily Sentinel May 17
A 27-year-old Clifton man faces possible burglary and theft charges for allegedly stealing beer from a neighbor, a crime caught on video by the beer's owner.
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Outdoor Program Director Ryan Dutch said the building is nearly three times the size of the program's previous location near the admissions office, inside campus at 12th Street and Texas Avenue. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 17
Alison Felix noted in an interview Wednesday with The Daily Sentinel that employment trends are looking good in Colorado, and in Grand Junction in particular. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 17
Paul Tice, 84, along with his son, Ronn, and grandson, Leviathan, all were found guilty of first-degree burglary, two counts of menacing, resisting arrest, obstructing a peace officer and first-degree criminal trespassing. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 17
A spokesman for the Fish and Wildlife Service, who asked that his name not be used, said Thursday the federal agency doesn't comment on personnel matters, but does take such matters seriously. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 17
A young man just 10 days removed from his 18th birthday is accused of eluding state troopers following a stop Tuesday night, including causing a collision with a trooper's vehicle and possibly pointing a weapon at law enforcement during the exchange.
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The Daily Sentinel May 16
The measure unveiled by U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Denver, this week would bring back and enhance the Bureau of Land Management's rule limiting methane emissions by oil and gas companies operating on tribal or public lands. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 16
The competition is this: Six trainers will have 100 days to break and train a mustang recently removed from a Bureau of Land Management wild horse herd. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 16
McArthur, who's served on the council for six years, used the time usually reserved for individual councilor reports to emotionally inform the city that he intends to resign his seat. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 16
The man appeared via Spanish-language interpreter in court on Wednesday, and was advised on possible first-degree assault and menacing charges. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 16
The $2.5 million project to connect the area with the riverfront and downtown, years in the making, is split evenly between the city and Mesa County, not counting critical grant funding also secured. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 16
Fruita resident Thad Bingham and the others sold 51 pelts between 2012 to 2016 mostly to Greek buyers, making about $25,600, according to the indictment against him. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 15
Under a bill signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis on Tuesday, medical providers are required to disclose to their patients the potential costs of receiving services from out-of-network providers or facilities that they use. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 15
Under Senate Bill 107, private entities that have fiber optic lines on utility easements, such as the Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, can lease use of their lines to broadband providers. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 15
The two escalators at the airport are the only two in western Colorado, according to FCI Constructors General Superintendent Chadd Nelson, which meant he had to bring in some workers from Denver who were familiar with the process. via
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The Daily Sentinel May 15
The Bureau of Land Management will offer 46.5 acres along Colorado Highway 65 south of Mesa in its quarterly Colorado oil and gas lease sale in June, along with 3,372 acres in Rio Blanco County. via
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