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Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai to speak in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — Teenage Nobel Peace laureate Malala Yousafzai (mah-LAH’-lah YOO’-suhf-zeye) is visiting Denver after spending a day on Capitol Hill. The 17-year-old is scheduled to speak at the Bellco Theater Wednesday evening to a ...

Printed Letters: June 24, 2015

By Staff

It may be time to change our elections The approval rating of our elected officials, according to a Gallup poll, approached an all-time low in 2014, and has averaged less than 20 percent for the past 22 years. Oddly enough, we continue to put ...

Feds best managers of public lands

By Bill Grant

Utah Republicans are in a pique because the federal government ignored their ultimatum to cede control over federal public land to the state by the end of 2014. After the New Year passed without any acknowledgment by Interior Secretary Sally ...

Panhandling ordinance doesn’t fix the problem

By The Daily Sentinel

Maybe it’s time to go back the drawing board on the homeless panhandling issue. The American Civil Liberties Union has a pretty good track record of pointing out how city ordinances aimed at curbing this annoying behavior violate the ...


Family bragging rights

By Eden Laase

There must be some interesting dinner conversations between Brannan Allen and his mother, Tammy Goza — even more interesting if his aunt Tia Brannan is present. That’s because the three routinely compete against each other in ...


Ramos revives Rockies

By Patti Arnold

Roberto Ramos knew his team needed a spark. He delivered two Tuesday night in the form of a pair of two-run home runs, the first to jump-start the Grand Junction Rockies, the second to reclaim the lead in a 9-7 victory over Orem at Suplizio ...

Grand Junction Rockies box, June 23, 2015

By Staff

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Mesa swim teams add 30 athletes

By Staff

Coming off a season in which the Colorado Mesa University swimmers and divers received All-American recognition in 10 events at the NCAA Division II national championships, the Mavericks have added 30 athletes to the roster for next ...


Locals give hair to show they care

By Amy Hamilton

How’s your head these days? If you’re one of 89 people signed up, you should be feeling a lot more air up north starting Saturday. That’s the number of folks who are slated to have their heads shaved for the annual St. ...


Palisade High debate team takes third place at nationals

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Three members of the Palisade High School speech and debate team placed third overall at the USA World Schools Debate Invitational June 14-19 in Dallas. Recent Palisade graduates Stewart Aslan and Tiana Menon and incoming Palisade junior Josh ...

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