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Mandatory water restrictions in Rifle

By The AP

RIFLE — Residents in Rifle are under mandatory water restrictions after a pipeline that provides water broke. Police say water may not be used for any outdoor purposes until further notice. According to KJCT-TV, there is no estimate ...


Email letters, June 2, 2016

By Staff

ORC thanks City for supporting outdoor recreation industry as economic driver The Leadership Council of the Outdoor Recreation Coalition (ORC) would like to extend their warm gratitude for the Grand Junction City Council’s last four ...


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Seeing 360: Photographer has a panoramic view on landscapes

By Melinda Mawdsley

Western Colorado and Eastern Utah are home to beautiful landscapes often seen in photographs. But Larry Lyon, a relative newcomer to the Grand Valley, has found a way to photograph recognizable scenery in a different way. Lyon, 60, is a ...


HIV-positive surgery tech has history of stealing drugs

By The AP

DENVER — Prosecutors in Colorado say that a former hospital surgery technician who is accused of stealing painkiller syringes and found to be HIV positive has a history of moving from hospital to hospital and lying about his past to ...


Obama to address Air Force grads amid uncertainty on US role

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — President Barack Obama is giving his final commencement speech to U.S. Air Force Academy graduates who are coming of age at a time of fresh global threats that seem to be pulling the U.S. back into conflicts with ...


Printed Letters: June 2, 2016

By Staff

What does hateful, racist photo teach our students? Really now? Should we be looking for more racism and hate to fill the front page of your newspaper to tickle the fancy of your readers? Whoever chose to place that picture front and center ...


The two-headed llama of the economy

By Rick Wagner

For those interested in real-world parallels for works of fiction, I offer this week the literary creation — the pushmi–pullyu from the book “Doctor Doolittle” — which is either the biography of an extremely ...


The team approach 
to economic growth

By The Daily Sentinel

The future of any community’s economy lies in its ability to attract millennials, for whom “live, work, play” is not a pithy slogan but a generational mantra. “Don’t underestimate that because human capital is ...


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The Rx for valley health care

By Gary Harmon

Competition and collaboration are becoming the hallmarks of the Grand Valley’s health care system, five executives said Wednesday at the Western Colorado Economic Summit at Colorado Mesa University. Cost, however, remains a significant ...


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Easley does it!

By Matt Meyer

Nate Easley was struggling to breathe at the bottom of a dogpile in center field Wednesday, but after the four-hour, seven-minute marathon at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series ended, the outfielder for Yavapai College (Arizona) ...


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