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Quick Picks: Taste of the Grand Valley; Sierra Nevadas travel program

By Staff

Monday, Feb. 9 Have a bite Area restaurants, caterers and specialty food makers will do their best to please your taste buds while supporting United Way of Mesa County at the Home Loan Taste of the Grand Valley. The event will go from ...


Entertainment Briefs: Feb. 6-12

By Staff

Get photography info, answers at event Thunder Mountain Camera Club will host its annual “Ask A Photographer” event from 6:30–8:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, at Western Colorado Community College, 2520 Blichman Ave., Building ...


Lawmakers weigh stronger punishment for repeat DUI offenders

By The AP

DENVER — Repeat DUI offenders in Colorado will face tougher penalties under a bill lawmakers are considering this year. Colorado is among five states where DUI offenders face only misdemeanor charges even after repeated convictions. ...


Hackers access records for millions of Anthem customers

By The AP

INDIANAPOLIS — Health insurer Anthem said hackers infiltrated its computer network and gained access to personal information for “tens of millions” of customers and employees, including CEO Joseph Swedish. The nation’s ...


A tale of two tax proposals

By Rick Wagner

It was the best of taxes; it was the worst of taxes. It was a time of wisdom and a time of foolishness. I doubt Charles Dickens would enjoy me repurposing his most famous opening lines, but it seems fitting this week. In the last seven days ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 5, 2015

By Staff

National public lands crucial to local economy Thank you for highlighting the recent positive decision by the Garfield County Commission to abstain from joining the American Lands Council’s land seizure effort. ALC is a group of ...


Scott fails rural Colorado

By The Daily Sentinel

Sen. Ray Scott has some explaining to do. He’s the chairman of a Senate committee that killed a bill to help rural areas of the state recover from job losses. In fact, the bill was inspired by the distressing economic situation in ...


FBI claims of airport graft are weak, so far

By Staff

Court-ordered disclosures of documents outlining the government’s case for seizing pickups in connection with a federal probe of the Grand Junction Regional Airport aren’t very illuminating. The court records characterize the ...


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Internet, parkway expansion 
will be put to voters in April

By Amy Hamilton

Voters in several municipalities around Colorado have passed overrides to a decade-old state legislation that bans local governments from directly or indirectly providing Internet and broadband services. City councilors agreed on Wednesday ...


Getting It Right, Feb. 5, 2015

By Staff

A story on page 6A Wednesday should have said that former Grand Junction Regional Airport Aviation Director Rex Tippetts was previously employed in a similar capacity with the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport.  ...


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