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Printed Letters: August 18, 2017

By Staff

Support art teachers for our students I was so pleased to read your article about the economic impact art has on our local financial well-being. That being said, isn’t it time for our citizens to support certified visual art teachers ...


Returning science to the EPA

By Greg Walcher

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt recently delivered a strong message that EPA’s regulation of pesticides and other chemicals will be based on sound science, not political activism. It is welcome news for both ...

A courageous vote

By The Daily Sentinel

Now that the Grand Junction City Council has approved a new name for North Avenue, we hope the naysayers will embrace the spirit behind the change. Much of the opposition centered on the importance of maintaining tradition. North Avenue ...


Blagg pleads not guilty; murder retrial set for Feb. 20

By Marianne Goodland

GOLDEN — Fifteen years after his initial not-guilty plea, 13 years after he was convicted and sentenced to life in prison and three years after a judge ordered him a new trial, Michael Blagg pleaded not guilty again Thursday to all ...

Opinion Time: Which player is most important if Rockies hope to make the playoffs?

By Staff

Dale Shrull Daily Sentinel sports editor Chad Bettis will be the key. Obviously, the Rockies’ offense has to continue producing and players like Mark Reynolds and Nolan Arenado must keep ripping RBI hits. It’s been proven over ...

Getting it Right: Aug. 18, 2017

By Staff

An editorial on page 6A Thursday should have said that the Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture requested and received $30,000 from the City Council last year to dole out to local nonprofits that promote arts and cultural ...

Japanese official will visit Piceance

By Gary Harmon

A Japanese official this month is to visit northwest Colorado’s Piceance Basin — a region that Japan hopes to tap for natural gas for its own industry and population — to discuss how best to complete the connection. Takeshi ...


Defense first

By Patti Arnold

There is still plenty of work to be done in the next two weeks. “We’ve got a little work to do, but we’ve got a couple of weeks to get it done,” Colorado Mesa football coach Russ Martin said after the Mavericks’ ...

Water managers: Reservoir is too full

By Gary Harmon

With Blue Mesa Reservoir nearly full at midsummer, operators of the Aspinall unit of reservoirs say they face a difficult task of reducing the level of Blue Mesa to its winter target. Blue Mesa this week was brimming at 99 percent full and it ...

Trooper recovering after interstate crash

By Dennis Webb

A Colorado State Patrol trooper was released from a hospital Wednesday night and is recovering after treatment for moderate injuries resulting from an incident in which a motorist the trooper had pulled over was killed when the ...

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