Grand Junction Sentinel

Monument ahead of the game in minimizing plastic waste

by Grand Junction Sentinel | June 17, 2022
Last seek Interior Secretary Deb Haaland issued an order seeking to reduce the procurement, sale and distribution of single-use plastic products and packaging, with a goal of phasing out single-use plastic products on all lands managed by the Interior Department by 2032. According to ...

Whistleblower: CPW, like state, divided over reintroduction, but must stay out of politics

by Grand Junction Sentinel | June 20, 2021
“When Randy Hampton moved from Hawaii last year to again work in public information for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, good friends, including within the agency, told him to be careful with the issue of wolf reintroduction, calling it “touchy.” He was speaking on the phone ...

Alleged meddling concerns wolf advocates

“Two wolf reintroduction advocates — one of them a member of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission — are concerned by reports that a CPW staff member worked to inhibit implementation of a ballot initiative requiring the return of the animals to the state. CPW Commissioner ...

Boebert bill would keep BLM HQ in Grand Junction

by Grand Junction Sentinel | March 23, 2021
“U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert has introduced legislation that would carry out via law what she previously has endorsed as a matter of policy — keeping the Bureau of Land Management’s national headquarters in Grand Junction. Chandra Rosenthal, Rocky Mountain director of Public ...

Boebert bill would keep BLM HQ in Grand Junction

“U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert has introduced legislation that would carry out via law what she previously has endorsed as a matter of policy — keeping the Bureau of Land Management’s national headquarters in Grand Junction. Chandra Rosenthal, Rocky Mountain director of Public ...