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Community’s health hangs on collaboration

By The Daily Sentinel

If you really want to make a dent in health-care costs, you don’t let people get sick in the first place. That’s the crux of preventative medicine and why health insurers emphasize wellness checkups and incentivize healthy outcomes ...

Printed Letters: Jan. 13, 2015

By Staff

Doc shortage would be worse without St. Mary’s Tom Duffy’s letter on Thursday is correct; there aren’t enough family doctors. A report from the Colorado Health Institute released Feb. 2014 concludes Colorado needs 258 ...

For the Broncos, it’s a question of what now?

By Rick Jussel

Now what? Late Sunday afternoon at one household in Grand Junction, the mood was gloomy enough for one disappointed Bronco fan to give in to his wife’s wishes and “get out of this morgue.” About 15 minutes later, husband ...

Lindenwood dominates relay meet against CMU

By Staff

Lindenwood University won every swimming event in a relay meet Monday against Colorado Mesa at El Pomar Natatorium. The meet, originally scheduled for today, was moved up one day to accommodate travel plans by Lindenwood. Mesa won all four ...


Sabré Cook continues to turn heads on track

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Sabré Cook has impressed the auto-racing world so much that she’s getting an opportunity only three others are getting later this month. The Grand Junction 20-year-old is one of four finalists out of 15,000 drivers awarded a ...


Silt residents unite in opposing pot-growing facility

By Dennis Webb

SILT — It may not have been nipped in the bud, but a proposed retail marijuana growing and manufacturing facility in the town of Silt has met its demise. Town residents Monday night turned out in force and spoke with one voice against ...

Mesa County is expanding records access

By Emily Shockley

Journalists, researchers and curious citizens will be able to submit requests for access to Mesa County records online following Monday’s approval of an amended open records policy. The county’s policy for handling Colorado Open ...



By Greg Ruland

Latino children are at greater risk of becoming overweight or obese than their peers, according to a national survey conducted by the University of Southern California in 2014. Several Grand Valley Latino families were concerned enough about ...

Riverside center receives grant

By Emily Shockley

A $30,000 grant from the Daniels Fund will help pad Riverside Educational Center’s operating budget. The center needs about $257,000 each year to run its after-school tutoring and enrichment programs for low-income kindergarten through ...

Wildlife agency looks at increasing bear licenses

By Dennis Webb

Longtime Colorado Parks and Wildlife employee Perry Will can remember a time when he was lucky to see three bears all summer. “And I was out there (in the outdoors) as much as anybody,” the area wildlife manager, who is based in ...

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