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Email Letters: December 14, 2016

By Staff

Burden for addressing suicide lies with whole community In the Sentinel’s article regarding suicide when Carissa Christensen says, “Even though they’re doing more than they’ve ever done, it’s not enough,” ...


Turn to the dark side: Good guys are good, but villains are mesmerizing

By Rachel Sauer

For being a somewhat tragic non-orphan (it turns out) with a well of daddy issues and cool robot friends, Luke Skywalker isn’t all that interesting, is he? Oh, sure, he’s pretty good with a light saber and he takes to staring ...

WINE OPENERS: A toast to amateur winemakers

By Dave Buchanan

Winemaking in Colorado never rests, as you might surmise if you’ve visited any of the local wineries since late October and witnessed the flurry of post-crush activity. A similar flurry occupies the hundreds (a guess that’s ...

Kitten survives car crash, fends for self before being found

By The AP

PENDLETON, Ore. — A gray housecat named Cleo is finally going home after surviving a car crash and fending for herself in unfamiliar country for two weeks. The East Oregonian reports that the 7-month-old kitten ran off after her family ...

Colorado governments share $60M in lottery funds in 2016

By The AP

DENVER — The state has used more than $60 million in funds from Colorado Lottery purchases this year to support a variety of conservation and public recreation efforts across the state. The Denver Post reports that the lottery money is ...

Boulder County extends drilling moratorium

By The AP

BOULDER — Boulder County has approved another extension of its moratorium on new oil and gas development. The Daily Camera reports that county commissioners decided Tuesday to extend their latest moratorium on accepting and processing ...

Aleppo cease-fire collapses, threatening evacuation plans

By The AP

BEIRUT — A cease-fire deal between rebels and the Syrian government in the city of Aleppo effectively collapsed on Wednesday, with fighter jets resuming deadly air raids over the opposition’s densely crowded enclave in the east of ...

We have to want 
to be something

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado’s most resilient rural economies have a clear vision for the future. Seems like a rather obvious correlation, but a recent study by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, with the help of the ...

Printed Letters: December 14, 2016

By Staff

Trump continues to shake things up Did the Russians hack this election? No, there were no voting machines or results hacked. Some emails were hacked, like those of Hillary’s John Podesta and released by WikiLeaks. It embarrassed the ...


Vagrant issues 
being reduced
 by funding for 
police officers

By Amy Hamilton

Downtown Grand Junction business owners and residents had had enough last spring. They were calling into police when people were using the city’s core for doing drugs, defecating on the back stoops of businesses, sleeping in the ...

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