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Health reform shifts to pay models

By Guest Columnist

By Michael J. Pramenko A tipping point is upon us. For the past five years, the focus of health care reform has been centered squarely on the Affordable Care Act. However, long before President Barack Obama signed the law, health policy ...


Printed Letters: May 10, 2015

By Staff

Chamber board: GJEP will shine with Pollard at helm As chairman of the board of the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce, and on behalf of the entire chamber board, I am writing to congratulate Kristi Pollard on her selection as the new ...


Follow San Miguel County’s lead on public land transfers

By Andrew Gulliford

When retired U.S. Marine Corps officer and elk hunter David Petersen called Senate Bill 232 treason, I sat up and listened. This was the ill-conceived bill that sought to put Colorado federal lands in state ownership. More than 70 percent of ...


County raises fair points with BLM resource plan

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County’s request that the Bureau of Land Management hold off for six months before completing the travel-management portion of its proposed resource management plan for the Grand Junction field office may be ...


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‘Cats fall short

By Matt Meyer

Sam Schroeder pitched six innings of one-hit ball Saturday, but No. 28 seed Chatfield scored three runs in the top of the seventh to upset the fifth-seeded Wildcats 3-2 in the Class 5A District 4 Tournament at Canyon View Park. In the bottom ...


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Titleholders once again

By Dale Shrull

The crown has been returned. Last year, the Western Slope League boys swimming and diving title was won by Montrose, but this year the District 51 Griffins won it back, making it seven titles in eight years. “I think last year we left ...


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Mavericks struggle for second straight day at road nationals

By Staff

Saturday was another rough day at the USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships for Colorado Mesa women. Ariane Horbach came into Saturday’s criterium race as the defending championship at the Division II level, but she had ...


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No fan of the wind

By Tim Harty

Her final jump Saturday at the Tiger Invitational track and field meet was a thing of beauty, a career-best 18 feet, 2 inches. But unbeknownst to her as she sped down the runway on her last long jump of the day, Sydni Brandon’s ...


Hotchkiss wins Class 2A district title; weather wreaks havoc on 4A district tournaments

By Staff

The Hotchkiss High School baseball team is hot. With its 6-2 win over Paonia, Hotchkiss claimed the Class 2A District 2 title on Saturday. Playing at Delta Middle School, the Bulldogs got a complete-game performance from Devan Rupe, who ...


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The kid is all right

By Patti Arnold

“Kid Cardinale” wanted the ball. And when he got it, Colorado Mesa freshman Nick Cardinale showed why, striking out nine Metro State batters Saturday in an 8-4 victory in the RMAC baseball tournament at Suplizio Field. The ...


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