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In the weeds: City eyes code enforcement cuts during budget crisis

By Emily Shockley

The Grand Junction City Council this week will consider budget cuts that include a much smaller Code Enforcement Department. Tim Moore, director of the Public Works and Planning Department, which oversees Code Enforcement, said one and maybe ...


BLM wants to take back error, gas lease

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management says it plans to cancel an oil and gas lease in the Garfield Creek State Wildlife Area unless the company owning it agrees to land-disturbance restrictions that the BLM mistakenly failed to impose when the ...


King pushes 2-year option for vehicle registration

By Charles Ashby

Motorists could save time and effort and the state could save money under a bill Rep. Steve King is pushing in the Colorado Legislature this session. The Grand Junction Republican is proposing that the state Division of Motor Vehicles ...


Student history buffs compare knowledge

By Charles Ashby

History buffs had a field day at Mesa State College on Saturday as nearly 100 area middle school and high school students competed for top honors in the seventh annual History Day competition. Winners in the various categories advanced to the ...


Mesa State student will be on game show Monday

By Melinda Mawdsley

Matthew Lovato is ready to disregard the saying that what happens in Las Vegas stays there. At 1 p.m. Monday, Lovato, 23, makes his television debut as a contestant on the CBS game show “Let’s Make a Deal” with host Wayne ...


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‘Geography of Bliss’ writer greets fans

By Charles Ashby

Your happy place isn’t likely to be featured in a book many residents of Mesa County have been reading this past year. That’s because Eric Weiner, the author of “The Geography of Bliss,” didn’t set out to write ...


Internal Medicine Associates urges clients to pressure lawmakers

By Charles Ashby

An expected 21 percent cut in Medicare reimbursement rates will go into effect Monday unless the U.S. Senate reverses it early this week. If that doesn’t happen, though, at least one Grand Junction doctor’s office already is ...


Sentinel wins Colorado Press Association awards

By Staff

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel claimed four first-place awards in news, advertising and circulation in the annual Colorado Press Association contest. The awards were announced Saturday at the association’s annual awards banquet in ...


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Medicare in sick bay

By Amy Hamilton

If it was difficult for Medicare patients to find a primary care physician in Grand Junction before, it may become next to impossible now. Without action in Congress, Medicare reimbursement rates for physicians will be cut by 21 percent, a ...


Traffic alert, Feb. 28, 2010

By Staff

The following road closures and maintenance projects may impact traffic this week: Main Street Uplift: Main Street is closed between First Street and Fourth Street. The Fourth and Main street intersection will remain open until construction ...


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