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Broncos helping distribute Thanksgiving food boxes

By The AP

DENVER — The Denver Broncos are helping distribute Thanksgiving food boxes to families in need. The players are teaming up with the Denver Rescue Mission to load boxes into the cars of about 2,000 families at Sports Authority Field on ...

Arrest in Birgfeld case took time — and guts

By The Daily Sentinel

With a high-profile retrial for Michael Blagg looming — one that will absorb a tremendous amount of the district attorney’s time and resources — Friday’s arrest of a suspect in Paige Birgfeld’s disappearance spoke ...

On immigration, Benghazi, 
barn building and jackasses

By Jim Spehar

“Congress is an institution designed to represent the people. It has become a body where too often its members act as if they represent only Republicans or only Democrats. No wonder so many Americans hold it in such low ...

Printed Letters: Nov. 25, 2014

By Staff

Coal industry must adapt to a new, greener world I must respond to Stuart Sanderson’s column complaining about how his industry of coal mining is suffering because of regulation. No one, myself included, likes to see someone lose a job, ...

Blotter, Nov. 25, 2014

By Staff

2 accused in armed assault It took a couple of weeks, but the Fruita Police Department on Sunday located and jailed two people who allegedly came to a Fruita home while armed in search of drugs. The two, Joshua Aaron Johnson and Brandee ...

Sewage lagoons to be upgraded below ski resort

By Gary Harmon

Work to upgrade two sewage treatment lagoons below Powderhorn Mountain Resort could begin soon with state officials monitoring the process closely. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment issued a notice of violation in ...

Tipton: Reform needed to help small banks

By Gary Harmon

Banking reforms that were aimed at curbing Wall Street excesses have hamstrung small community lenders in rural Colorado, said U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., who said he would introduce legislation next year. Tipton, who was appointed to ...

County mulls purchasing changes

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County commissioners appear poised to adopt an abbreviated purchasing policy that raises the threshold for purchases requiring a bid process from anything that costs more than $2,000 to anything that costs more than $5,000. The proposed ...

Rockslide forces closure of train tracks

By Kathleen Goddeyne

The California Zephyr didn’t make its usual stop in Grand Junction on Monday after a rockslide forced the closure of railroad tracks in the high country and a detour through Wyoming. Amtrak’s passenger train, running from Chicago, ...


Trimming the Trimmings

By Greg Ruland

The most wonderful time of the year isn’t for many who find themselves eating, drinking and spending too much, then worrying about it. This powerful combination of stress factors causes anxiety, depression and sickness, but not for ...

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