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Youth focus group sought for anti-smoking ad

By Emily Shockley

Tobacco Free Colorado and Resolution Research are recruiting Grand Valley students between the ages of 11 and 13 for a focus group that will evaluate potential anti-smoking materials. Focus group participants will get a $35 prepaid debit card ...

This Week at the Legislature

By Staff

Because few bills have been heard in the various legislative committees since the 2015 session started Jan. 7, much less approved, there is little work planned on the House and Senate floors. For now, all eyes are on bills that come before ...

Student Spotlight, Jan. 26, 2015

By Staff

■ Four Grand Junction residents received degrees last month from Fort Lewis College in Durango. Aaron McDowell received a bachelor’s degree in biology with an environmental and organismic option; Brett Scott, a bachelor’s ...


Blotter, Jan. 26, 2015

By Staff

Fake coupons used Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is seeking the public’s help in locating the suspects involved in an attempted fraud that occurred Nov. 19 at Grand Junction’s two Walmart stores, located at 2881 North Ave. and ...


Golf decline concerns city

By Amy Hamilton

In recent years, the city of Grand Junction’s golf courses have simply putted along. An issue of declining golf use and thin profits is not unique to Grand Junction’s courses as fewer people nationwide are taking up the game or ...


Errant pickup injures pedestrians walking dog

By Emily Shockley

Two elderly people walking a dog Sunday afternoon on the west side of 32 Road just south of F Road were seriously injured when a pickup that was being driven by a man crashed into them, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Law enforcement ...

Two seriously injured in crash

By Emily Shockley

The male driver of a pickup truck crashed into two people walking a dog Sunday afternoon on the west side of 32 Road south of F Road, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Law enforcement received a call about the incident at approximately ...

Raising severance tax: a bad idea at the worst possible time

By Guest Columnist

By David Ludlam Sensible ideas for reforming severance tax policy in Colorado exist. Raising taxes on Western Colorado’s largest job creators isn’t one of them. Today, local natural gas companies face a second major commodity ...

State should recognize local government’s authority over oil and gas development

By Guest Columnist

By Tresi Houpt As a former Garfield County commissioner and former Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission member, I feel compelled to weigh-in on the current state dialogue initiated by the Governor’s Oil and Gas Task Force. I ...

Steve King’s plea deal was generous, but fair

By The Daily Sentinel

In pleading guilty to embezzlement and official misconduct, former state Sen. Steve King avoided any time behind bars and — potentially — a felony conviction. On the surface, it appears that King — a veteran Mesa County law ...

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