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Printed Letters: Feb. 8, 2015

By Staff

Feds’ credibility took a bigger hit than Granum The Sentinel’s editorial on Thursday regarding the feds and the airport fiasco says that the reputation of Denny Granum, one of Grand Junction’s most respected citizens, was ...

It’s time for Colorado to change how it assesses learning

By Guest Columnist

In a recent article, Arne Duncan, the U.S. Secretary of Education, was quoted on the importance of testing state students and the need for parents, teachers and students to know the results. I can agree with that, but at the federal level? ...

Rifle best location for new research center

By The Daily Sentinel

The city of Rifle and Garfield County, with unparalleled support from partnering Western Slope agencies, are making a bid to host a new state-funded research center whose mission is to improve aerial firefighting techniques. The Center for ...

The ‘tooth’ about good oral hygiene for your pet

By Tom and Tara Suplizio

Here is a staggering statistic: “85 percent of pets have periodontal disease by the age of 3.” Yet, dental disease is often the most overlooked and ignored aspect of our pets’ health. And for obvious reasons, pets ...


Book notes, Feb. 8, 2015

By Ann Wright

Attend a One Book, 
One Mesa County event One Book, One Mesa County events continue this week. The 2015 selection for this community reading program is “Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant,” by Roz ...


‘Every wildlife officer has a book deep down inside’

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Glen A. Hinshaw worked as a Colorado wildlife officer from 1963 to 1988, years of immense change for wildlife management in the state. When Hinshaw started in the field, he might have had only intermittent radio contact as he patrolled by ...


Newspaper read all over

By Greg Ruland

You’re probably better educated, make more money and engage more with your community than other Mesa County residents. You also have a keener interest in local news. Yes, you. You also like to stay active. More than 60 percent of you, ...


The Reichle Show

By Patti Arnold

It wasn’t easy by any means, but once it got things straightened out defensively Saturday night, the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team looked up and found itself back in first place in the Rocky Mountain Athletic ...


8th-grader lived life in motion

By Paul Shockley

The good guys wear black hats. On a somber Saturday morning, the standing-room-only crowd that squeezed inside the auditorium at Fruita Monument High School heard many other things about late 13-year-old Lloyd William Joseph, the boy killed ...


Kidd sets GJ record in 100 butterfly at WSL Championships

By Dale Shrull

When Taylor Kidd came up about a fingernail short of winning the 200-yard freestyle Saturday, she wasn’t about to let that happen in her next race. The Grand Junction senior was again battling her longtime rival from Aspen, Kelli ...

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