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Getting It Right, Nov. 22, 2011

By Staff

An incorrect address was given for Adams Lightning Quick Print in Sunday’s Biz Buzz column. The printing and graphic design business is located at 2584 Patterson Road, Suite C.  ...


Email letters, Nov. 21, 2011

By Staff

Real tea partiers don’t blindly follow any political parties GJ Result is the original tea party that organized the first rally with about 3,000 people attending in Grand Junction on April 15, 2009. They as “bomb throwers” ...


Oil shale myths live large in Washington

By The Daily Sentinel

House Speaker John Boehner recently outlined a plan to put more Americans to work and improve the nation’s crumbling transportation infrastructure. It’s called the American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Act. To pay for it, ...


Transportation funds, congressional approval measured in ‘dinosaur dung’

By Jim Spehar

This may be the week we’ll find out if there’s anything lower than “quail crap,” former Wyoming Sen. Al Simpson’s index of congressional popularity that was the subject of last week’s column. Even Simpson ...


A resource lost

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s unfortunate that a Mesa County application for a federal grant to pay the salaries of three school resource officers was rejected by the U.S. Department of Justice. The rejection means the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department ...


Printed letters, Nov. 22, 2011

By Staff

In response to Marcia Neal’s Nov. 15 letter, I disagree that “only responsible energy development,” is the solution to funding Colorado public schools. Although drilling in the Vermillion Basin may provide short-term funding, ...


Gunman barricaded in building at Colorado air base

By The AP

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE — An airman armed with a pistol barricaded himself in a building at an Air Force base in Colorado that controls all GPS satellites, but operations haven’t been disrupted, officials said Monday. The ...


Sound Check GJHS Choir

Sound Check GJHS Choir

By Melinda Mawdsley

The sounds of the GJHS Choir  ...


Leaf removal delayed

By Staff

Due to a high volume of falling foliage, the city of Grand Junction’s Leaf Removal program is behind schedule. According to a press release, crews are aware of the neighborhoods that have been missed and calling is unnecessary. They are ...


Abortion foes to try again in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — An anti-abortion group that sponsored an unsuccessful constitutional amendment in Mississippi says it will try again next year in Colorado, Montana and Oregon. The Denver Post reports that Personhood USA was unveiling its 2012 ...


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