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MOMS TO WATCH

By Melinda Mawdsley

From the sugar sweet disposition of June Cleaver in the ABC sitcom “Leave It to Beaver” to the icy cold demeanor of Betty Draper on AMC’s “Mad Men,” television mothers have exhibited all sorts of characteristics ...


BLUEGRASS & ROOTS FESTIVAL

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Where can you find a scavenger hunt, hikes, rugby games, a pancake breakfast, art, vendors, yoga, and three days of live bluegrass music? The Palisade Bluegrass & Roots Festival will offer all that and more Friday through Sunday, June ...


ON THE GOE Some tips for successfully enjoying weekends full of music

By David Goe

Coming off the high that was the Grand Junction Off Road and Downtown Art + Music Festival, I’m more excited than ever to see what the summer holds for live music. June alone is jam-packed with so many festivals that even the most ...


Broncos may be in market for offensive lineman on Day 2

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos may be in the market for an offensive lineman or perhaps even another quarterback — Peyton Manning isn’t getting any younger — on Day 2 of the NFL draft Friday. Offensive lineman T.J. ...


Colorado Springs policewomen claim fitness discrimination

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A group of 12 Colorado Springs female police officers are suing the city for what they say is an unfair fitness test that discriminates against women over the age of 40. The Gazette of Colorado Springs reports that ...


Reign of the EPA to rein in rain

By Greg Walcher

The Environmental Protection Agency reigns supreme over broad and complex issues involving air and water pollution, hazardous waste, chemicals, radiation, and a wide range of other environmental hazards. Does that include ...


Printed Letters: May 1, 2014

By Staff

SB272 gives opportunity to vote on transportation The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is supportive of highway infrastructure investments at both the national and state level. Many local business chambers are strongly in favor of infrastructure ...


A hard lesson

By The Daily Sentinel

Marilyn Charlesworth had her day in court and her lawyer made a valiant attempt to establish that her responses to a 2004 jury questionnaire didn’t make her a liar — even though those responses didn’t reflect the ...


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Regional No. 3 singles final an all-valley affair

By Dale Shrull

A Western Slope girls tennis player is headed to the Class 5A state tournament at No. 3 singles. The question now is: Who will be that regional champ? Fruita Monument senior Amy Espinoza and Grand Junction’s Sarah Megan Erb won their ...


CMU softball team snaps skid, stays alive at RMAC tourney

By Staff

After the Colorado Mesa softball team collected only one hit Thursday in a 5-0 loss to Western New Mexico, the Mavericks bounced back in their second game, defeating Colorado Christian 3-2 to stay alive in the RMAC Tournament. CMU (33-22) ...


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