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Triple Played: ‘Musical heroes’ release CDs worth buying

By Rock Cesario

Everyone knows compact discs are not selling as well as they did in the past. Some folks have said the CD is dead. Well, I heard that about vinyl records in 1988, and we can see what has happened since. I am not going to go as far as to say ...


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Quick Picks: International Honeybee Festival; Karaoke High School Party Night; Super Rad High School

By Melinda Mawdsley

Friday and Saturday, April 10–11 Bee there Much has been made in recent years about the importance of bees to the health and vitality of this nation’s agricultural future. Locals can celebrate bees during the Palisade ...


San Juan film festival ready to roll

By Tammy Gemaehlich

For three days, the San Juan Independent Film Festival will mix award-winning films from around the world with western Colorado biking and entertainment. Presented by The Great Outdoors Co. and benefiting Habitat for Humanity of the San ...


Everyone can have fun in game day

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Life is all fun and games at International TableTop Day, taking place from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 11, on the third floor of the new Escalante Hall at Colorado Mesa University. International TableTop Day was conceived from an Internet ...


Jury selection winding down in Colorado theater shooting

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Jury selection in the Colorado theater shooting case is winding down as prosecutors and defense attorneys finish individually questioning candidates about their views on the death penalty. Friday is scheduled to be the ...


Conviction upheld for Colorado pot doc

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a physician sentenced to a month in jail for prescribing marijuana without first conducting the necessary exam procedures required by law. The case against Dr. Joseph ...


Colorado Senate debates homebuilder liability bills

By The AP

DENVER — Two bills to make it harder to sue Colorado homebuilders are up for debate Friday in the state Legislature. The state Senate is scheduled to take votes on two bills related to homebuilder product liability. Supporters say the ...


Printed Letters: April 10, 2015

By Staff

Sharing of ideas is better
 than the constant harangue With so much at stake everyone should be wondering why we have to deal with so much B.S. from politicians and pundits. Sharing more ideas should be more fruitful than the constant ...


Hedging bets

By The Daily Sentinel

What does Royal Dutch Shell’s $70 billion acquisition of BG Group have in common with drought conditions in California? For one thing, western Colorado stands to be impacted by the implications of both. The seemingly unrelated issues ...


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2 pickups in airport fraud case 
returned

By Gary Harmon

Two pickups seized in connection with the federal fraud investigation at Grand Junction Regional Airport are to be returned to their owners under agreements reached with prosecutors. “The trucks are being returned while the court ...


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