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You Said It, May 1, 2016

By Staff

Curt Schilling is out as a JUCO speaker. Great. Bring back those mediocre speakers that no one’s ever heard of. They may be boring, but they are safely not insensitive. Thank you, Jamie Hamilton! Good decision and good reasoning on ...


You Said It: April 24, 2016

By Staff

When I read the commissioners decided to give themselves a pay raise and I looked at the numbers, I was highly pissed off. Why? Simple: The majority of the Grand Valley can hardly afford rent, let alone a house. Then you look at a $70,000-plus ...


You Said It, April 17, 2016

By Staff

Our best bet for economic revival in the valley is promoting outdoor recreation and attracting retiring baby boomers, yet the chamber and local leaders keep hanging on to the energy industry, which may or may not make a comeback in our ...


You Said It, April 10, 2016

By Staff

Parking? You’ve got to be kidding me. I’m one of the overthe- hill crowd who doesn’t go downtown because there is no parking even close to the places (restaurants) I would frequent. Event parking is terrible now also. You ...


You Said It, April 3, 2016

By Staff

I want to jump on the bandwagon of upset people that I’m sure is now starting for the recently received invoices from the Grand Valley Drainage District. I do believe that the services to take care of and pay for stormwater are valid. ...


You Said It, March 27, 2016

By Staff

It is time for the powers to be in the county and city, Health Department, Monument, Visitor and Convention Bureau, etc., to get together to make changes in the rampant March-April burn season. It affects so many entities: tourism, health, ...


You Said It, March 20, 2016

By Staff

We drove more than 200 miles to ride the great biking trails in Fruita and Grand Junction. The smoke in the air is irritating to the eyes and lungs and makes your valley look like an industrial city in China. On to Moab, where the air is clear ...


You Said It, March 13, 2016

By Staff

The city wants to raise taxes to build an arena, even though the jobs it might bring in will be, for the most part, minimum wage jobs once the facility is built. What is it going to cost the taxpayers each year over and above the debt service ...


You Said It, March 6, 2016

By Staff

On the heels of an ill-
advised idea for a $62 million events center, we get three full-faced economic reality punches: Union Pacific shuts down in Grand Junction, another Western Slope coal mine ends operations and United cancels its ...


You Said It, Feb. 28, 2016

By Staff

Who is the school board kidding? They say the new calendar options are a result of the community and staff input. In reality, almost all staff and community members have requested more summer in August and to end the school year at the end of ...


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