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Printed Letters: Oct. 28, 2014

By Staff

Ousting Diester would hamper criminal justice I sympathize with Mr. Frank Birgfeld over the tragic loss of his daughter and his frustration with the slow pace of the court system, but if he is successful in his campaign to oust Thomas Deister ...


Palisade ballot tussle mostly just bad blood

By The Daily Sentinel

No sooner had we defended the state’s new all-mail ballot system — and explained why fears of potential voter fraud have been hysterically overblown — than a kerfuffle broke out between Secretary of State Scott Gessler and ...


A success by any measure

By Jim Spehar

Delete 170-plus emails from my inbox without reading. Check Delete the expected rash of political robocalls from my voicemail. Check Wonder how many trees died in the making of all the repetitive campaign junk mail tossed in the round file. ...


De Beque measures look at pot taxes and more money for fire protection

By Emily Shockley

De Beque voters will have two extra ballot measures to consider this fall: 2C, which requests permission from voters for the town to collect a marijuana excise tax, and 4A, a de-Brucing measure aimed at collecting more money for the De Beque ...


Juror could face jail time in Michael Blagg debacle

By Gary Harmon

A Grand Junction woman faces jail time and could be on the hook for the costs of Michael Blagg’s first-degree murder trial should a judge find her in criminal contempt for lying on a juror questionnaire. Mesa County District Judge Tom ...


Mesa County clerk and recorder: Manzanares vs. Reiner

By Emily Shockley

The race to head the Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s Office is a battle between two former colleagues: current Clerk and Recorder Sheila Reiner, a Republican, and former elections technician and office coordinator Jennifer Manzanares, a ...


Piceance Basin oil, gas activity is steady

By Dennis Webb

Oil and gas activity in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin is generally holding steady compared to last year’s level, but more companies are getting involved and drilling permit numbers are up in Garfield County. Garfield County ...


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Neonatal nurse deflects spotlight toward patient’s family, team members

By Greg Ruland

A baby born 16 weeks early normally experiences a lot of health problems, starting with under-developed lungs that can’t draw breath well enough to satisfy the body’s need for oxygen. Bella Price was no exception. She came into ...


HEALTH BRIEFS FOR OCT. 28

By Staff

Hearing loss association to meet at Avalon Theatre In conjunction with the Avalon Theatre Foundation and city of Grand Junction, the Western Colorado Chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America has scheduled its next meeting at ...


Death Notices, Oct. 28, 2014

By Staff

■ Roberta J. “Bobbie” DeLeau, 77, Austin, died Oct. 16, 2014, at St. Mary’s Hospital. No services will be held. Survivors include four sons, Daniel of Loveland, John of Cañon City, David of Haywood, California, ...


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