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Weekly Planner, March 2, 2014

By Staff

Sunday, March 2 Plant Show West, continues 10 a.m.–4 p.m., Bookcliff Gardens, 755 26 Road, hosted by members of the African Violet, Cactus and Succulent, Herb and Orchid societies, plants on display and for sale, 242-7766. Western ...

Cribbage, March 2, 2014

By Staff

Here are the results of the Feb. 27 Two River Cribbage Club games: ■ First place: Donna Vogel, Grand Junction. ■ Second place: Lee Allen, Fruita. ■ Third place: Alene Inman, Grand Junction. ■ Fourth place: Dolores ...

Don’t let political squabble endanger the success of Medicare Part D

By Guest Columnist

By Eileen Doherty Ten years ago this month, the Medicare Part D drug benefit was signed into law. It got off to a rocky start and was more unpopular at the time than the Affordable Care Act. On its 10th anniversary, Part D has surpassed ...

Serious options are welcome 
for making Obamacare changes

By Guest Columnist

By Michael J. Pramenko Once or twice a week, Daily Sentinel editorial page readers are treated to ongoing criticisms of the Affordable Care Act. Columnists Kathleen Parker and Charles Krauthammer are the usual authors of these columns. ...

Printed letters, March 2, 2014

By Staff

Settle for mediocrity or seize opportunity I have watched people’s reactions to changing the status of Colorado National Monument to a national park. It’s like an Old West gunfight, but the shots are words, hurtful things lacking ...

Apparent chimney fire guts Grand Junction home Friday

By Staff

There were no injuries in a fire that happened Friday night at 201 Vencino Drive in Grand Junction, officials said. The Grand Junction Fire Department responded to the fire believed to have begun in a chimney, and firefighters attacked the ...

Colorado releases new data on background checks

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has released new data showing little change in the number of background checks for private firearm transactions before and after a law expanding the checks took effect July 1. The data ...

Hemp registration opens for farmers in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Hemp registration is open for farmers in Colorado, the first state to start regulating industrial hemp since the federal government allowed limited hemp regulation. A handful of Colorado farmers grew industrial hemp last year ...

Wright drops out of HD54 race

By Charles Ashby

Rep. Jared Wright is dropping out of his race for re-election, and is instead endorsing his GOP opponent, Yeulin Willett, the freshman legislator announced at a hastily called press conference today. The embattled Fruita Republican, who has ...


Diverging diamond needs a little polish, but is open to traffic

By Greg Ruland

The state’s first diverging diamond interchange — a cutting-edge road design — was open to traffic east of Fruita on Friday, state officials said. The project to reconstruct the interchange between U.S. Highway 6&50 and ...

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