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Printed Letters: Aug. 8, 2014

By Staff

Former coach says sports are woefully underfunded Hopefully this letter will help those uninformed members of the public like Jeanette Wicks, who spread rumors through ignorance via printed letters to the editor. I will give her credit in ...


There’s never a dull moment in Hickenlooper’s camp

By Josh Penry

The Lord giveth and The Lord taketh away. For believers in the Gospel, the phrase is a reminder of the up-and-down fragility of life. For members of Team Hickenlooper, the phrase is a less spiritual admonition than it is a simple description ...


Rowland’s approach is wrong for business

By The Daily Sentinel

The Fruit and Wine Byway arose from an intense collaboration between the wineries and orchards that anchor the burgeoning agri-tourism industry near Palisade and local government entities. It serves as a great example of an economic ...


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Howard pitches GJ Rockies past Billings

By Staff

Sam Howard threw five shutout innings Thursday night as Grand Junction jumped to a 6-0 lead en route to a 9-5 win over Billings in a Pioneer League baseball game in Billings, Montana. Howard earned his first win with the Rockies, limiting the ...


Fruita’s Dangler wins Grand Valley Invitational

By Staff

Fruita Monument junior Troy Dangler got the individual start and Grand Junction got the team start each wanted to begin the 2014 high school boys golf season. Dangler fired a 4-under-par 68 at Battlement Mesa Golf Club to claim the medalist ...


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CMU graduation rate increases; some still in school

By Emily Shockley

Forty-seven percent of students who enrolled as freshmen at Colorado Mesa University or Western Colorado Community College in the fall of 2007 graduated from one of those schools or another school within six years, according to CMU data. But ...


Energy company wins accolades for its natural-gas rig

By Dennis Webb

WPX Energy was honored by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Wednesday for reducing air pollution by using natural gas to power drilling rigs. WPX last year deployed a rig in western Colorado’s Piceance Basin that runs ...


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Man gets prison for toy-gun prank

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction police officer Cody Kennedy extended his right arm in court, demonstrating how the black plastic toy handgun was pointed at his head 15 feet away. Patricio Preciado, 30, had a forward-leaning, aggressive stance and said in a ...


50 tell GOCO access, availability top priority

By Greg Ruland

Around 50 civic-minded Grand Valley residents met at Mesa County Workforce Center on Thursday night to envision a future for the area’s vast public lands. It was an energetic mix of males and females with varied ages and backgrounds ...


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GJ system stops watering on rainy days

By Amy Hamilton

A couple inches of rain that pounded the ground in recent weeks lent a patina of green to most outdoor plants in the Grand Valley. While summertime downpours are fortuitous for outdoor landscaping everywhere, the extra moisture was ...


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