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Printed Letters: Jan. 8, 2015

By Staff

Family doctor shortage needs to be addressed I was amazed, recently, to learn how difficult it is to find a family doctor here in the Grand Valley. I’m curious if my experience was an anomaly or a new trend here. My wife and I moved to ...


Our unique economic challenges stem from our history of isolation

By Rick Wagner

This Sunday our publisher wrote a column discussing the inequity of recession recovery between eastern and western Colorado, he described the dissimilarity as “stupefying.” Exactly right. I feel like General Patton upon hearing ...


Of free speech and extremists

By The Daily Sentinel

Living in a democracy means seeing and hearing things we disagree with. This truth plays out every day, right on this page. Free speech is a hallmark of liberty and the concept is embraced in France just as strongly as it is here. But ...


100-plus bills introduced in new legislative session

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Lawmakers introduced more than 100 bills on the first day of the 2015 session, including some that are sure to rankle lawmakers on both sides of the political divide. Republicans, who have more authority in this year’s ...


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Room for local voices in land debate, scholar says

By Gary Harmon

Federal ownership of public lands in the West is as resolved as it can be without a direct decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, said a University of Colorado law professor, who also said that there is plenty of room for negotiation. The future ...


Council advances 128-apartment complex for seniors

By Amy Hamilton

The future of a 128-apartment complex for low-to-moderate-income senior citizens at Eighth Street and Bookcliff Avenue got its first thumbs up from Grand Junction’s city councilors during their Wednesday night meeting. Councilors ...


Briefs, Jan. 8, 2015

By Staff

Book club meets in Montrose on Friday Montrose County Historical Museum is sponsoring a historic book club that will meet at 3 p.m. Friday, at Riddled Raven Coffee House, 8 S. Grand Ave. in Montrose. This month’s book is ...


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Lawmakers OK more funds for Ute Museum, 
enough to double size


By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The Colorado Legislature’s Capital Development Committee on Tuesday approved giving the Ute Indian Museum in Montrose the money it needs to complete a long-awaited expansion project. The six-member bipartisan committee ...


School district 
leaning toward same calendar

By Emily Shockley

Following mixed feedback from district families and employees, District 51 School Board members appear poised to stick with a school schedule phased in over the last two years that shortens summer break and adds a fall break and a longer ...


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Big games

By Patti Arnold

The top three scorers in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The top four rebounders in the conference. Two of the top three scoring offenses. Three of the top four rebounding teams. Three of the best women’s basketball teams in ...


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