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Lost labor, wages take toll, but uplift seen

By Greg Ruland

Despite recent positive trends in hiring, nearly $73 million in annual wages drained out of Mesa County between 2008 and 2013, a new report compiled by the Mesa County Workforce Center shows. Workers earned a total of $698.2 million in 2008. ...


Losing skid ends playoff dreams for GJ Rockies

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Grand Junction Rockies losing skid continued Sunday, ending their chances of getting into the Pioneer Baseball League playoffs. Orem crushed any hopes the Rockies had left with a 15-8 victory at Suplizio Field. It was Grand ...


Riveros takes over Off-Road race during uphill battles

By Dale Shrull

Colombians have long been known as climbers in the world of cycling. When the big seven-mile Windmill Road climb approached, Fernando Riveros took center stage at the Grand Junction Off-Road professional race on Sunday. “I’m a ...

Epic Ride

Grand Junction Off-Road crash tales

By Dale Shrull

Mountain bike racers know that crashing is just part of the ride sometimes.  ...

Printed Letters: Aug. 31, 2014

By Staff

Nuke facility opinion stems from ignorance I feel that Jim Shults’ letter about the proposed Green River nuclear plant in Thursday’s edition of the Sentinel needs to be addressed. So that there will be no misunderstanding, let me ...

A challenge for Tipton

By The Daily Sentinel

Congressman Scott Tipton has steadfastly maintained that there wasn’t enough community support for him to introduce a bill to change Colorado National Monument to a national park. We were deeply disappointed that Tipton arrived at such ...

ACA may need tweaks, but it’s doing what it’s supposed to

By Guest Columnist

By Michael J. Pramenko The month was August 2009. It’s been five years since President Obama came to Grand Junction to highlight some of the successes of the Mesa County health system. It’s been five years since the Democrats ...

The Wilderness Act turns 50

By Guest Columnist

By Mark Udall United States Senator Throughout our history, Colorado’s wilderness has strengthened local economies and defined our special way of life. And with the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act upon us, it is worth reflecting ...

Let’s honor hard work this Labor Day by raising the minimum wage

By Guest Columnist

By Thomas E. Perez U.S. Secretary of Labor It used to be that you could support a family on a minimum wage salary.  Today, a minimum wage worker has to make a choice every day: buy a gallon of milk for the kids, or buy a gallon of gas to ...


Knights roll past GJ

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction took a 14-0 lead early Saturday night, but Fairview put up 30 consecutive points with a dynamic passing display from Johnny Feauto as the Knights beat the Tigers 
58-28 in a nonconference football game at Stocker ...

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