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GJ’s Stern, Central’s Hoppe qualify for state golf

By Staff

NIWOT — Grand Junction junior Mark Stern picked a very opportune time to shoot his best round of the boys’ golf season. And Central senior Calan Hoppe came through with the end of his high school golf career staring him in the ...


Briefs: Biz Briefcase September 25, 2008

By Staff

•  Denise Kerr, store manager at Orchard Mesa City Market, was featured in the August issue of Progressive Grocer Magazine. The magazine chose Kerr as an outstanding woman in the grocery industry. Kerr developed training programs ...


You Said it Column September 25, 2008

By Staff

• A bunch of weak people,  even in numbers, aren’t strong. Get a whole bunch of confused people together and see how much clarity comes out of it. In other words, you just can’t add one more confused person to the ...


Gary Harmon Column September 25, 2008

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You could be forgiven for thinking that energy ought not be an issue in the United States. After all, the country has had a Department of Energy for three decades now. It celebrates its 31st birthday Oct. 1. DOE was born during the last ...


Death Notices: September 25, 2008

By Staff

•  William W. Brown, 63, Clifton, died Sept. 24, 2008, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Visitation will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Burial will be private at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western ...


Chambers endorse five county commissioners proposal

By Staff

The chambers of commerce of Fruita and Palisade joined the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday in endorsing a ballot proposal to increase the membership of the Mesa County Commission from three to five members. “We ...


Rick Wagner Column September 25, 2008

By Rick Wagner

I have been listening to a lot of radio lately and, if I hear the political ads correctly, all of the local candidates are fiscal conservatives. This includes some who have never met a spending or taxing program with which they have not ...


Congress focuses on wrong things in bailout

By The Daily Sentinel

The economy just hit a very large pothole, and if the drivers don’t get themselves out of it soon, they risk being permanently paved over by federal regulators. There is no question that the economy needs some help and much of that help ...


Dems stop swimming against offshore tide

By The Daily Sentinel

It was certainly welcome news when Democratic leaders in Congress announced they were abandoning their efforts to keep a ban in place on offshore drilling in most of this country’s coastal waters. Without Congressional action, the ...


Destructive Montrose Athletic Club fire ‘suspicious’

By Staff

Investigators with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and the Montrose Police Department are scrutinizing a fire that destroyed the Montrose Athletic Club at 100 Apollo Road early Wednesday. Montrose Fire Protection District Chief Bob ...


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