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Decades later, change may be in order

By Jim Spehar

Nearly 25 years ago, out on Horizon Drive, I debated TABOR author Douglas Bruce about his Taxpayers Bill of Rights.  To the dismay of 47 percent of Colorado voters, its revenue and expenditure limits became law after the November 1992 ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 28, 2017

By Staff

All laws, even TABOR, need tweaks over time Two things: Whether or not I agree with Dan Thurlow, as a resident of Grand Junction and a constituent I appreciate that he accepts the responsibility to address the problems of government. This is ...


‘Compaction’ pay issue needs resolved

By Guest Columnist

By Sheila Reiner As you may have heard, the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s office recently closed two offices and reduced staff by four positions across three departments, including motor vehicle. As a result, we reorganized a number ...


More confusion from Trump administration

By The Daily Sentinel

Last week, “divergent tones” from President Donald Trump and from his Cabinet officials left Mexican authorities in the uncomfortable position of not knowing who to believe regarding the administration’s stance on immigration ...


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Man who ‘quit cash’ back home to help out

By Erin McIntyre

Daniel Suelo didn’t have anything to give up, but he gave up everything to help his family. After 15 years of living on public land in the desert, as a nomad dedicated to a simple lifestyle with few belongings, his mother contacted him ...


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Dragon Tales: De Beque hoops teams writing success stories

By Matt Meyer

As a cold, winter rain patters outside an otherwise quiet gymnasium, the De Beque High School girls basketball team is running through a series of drills. There are drills for defensive footwork and shooting, after which Dragons coach Aaron ...


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CMU’s Adams trades ballet slippers for hoops

By Patti Arnold

Bryanna Adams works as hard, if not harder, than anyone in the gym. She has to, she says. She’s playing catch-up. The leading scorer in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (16.7 points per game) doesn’t have the basketball ...


Eagles top Mavericks in softball slugfests

By Staff

The ball isn’t supposed to fly on cold days. Go ahead and tell that to the Colorado Mesa University and Chadron State College softball teams, who combined to hit 15 home runs Monday afternoon in a triple-header in Chadron, Nebraska, to ...


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Health and wellness briefs: Feb. 28, 2017

By Staff

Sign language basics given for those with hearing loss Learn about the options of various communication access for people who are deaf or hard of hearing at the Western Colorado Chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America. A free ...


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Groups coming to agreement on Palisade Plunge bike route

By Amy Hamilton

Trail builders and the owners of a cattle operation have reached some compromises in the creation of a mountain bike trail proposed to drop from the top of Grand Mesa to the valley floor in Palisade. As plans and grant funding develop for the ...


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