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Ouray Alchemist Museum treats visitors to pharmacy artifacts, history

By Erin McIntyre

OURAY — Stepping into this fantastical museum of tiny bottles and specimens, with the smell of old, dark wood filling your nose and beckoning you to the past, is the closest thing to time travel I’ve experienced lately. There is ...


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Total Transitions helps seniors adjust to new surroundings with thoughtful action plans

By Greg Ruland

A Grand Junction consulting firm that relieves seniors of the physical and mental burdens of moving to a new home is a savvy entrepreneurial response to the fast-growing market of people 65 and older who need to rely on others for help. Total ...


Man charged in wife’s death planned fatal hike

By The AP

DENVER — A suburban Denver man charged with pushing his wife to her death off a cliff in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park could not explain to investigators why he had a park map with an “X’’ drawn at the ...


Gruber’s snow job will hit Colorado

By Rick Wagner

The season appears to be shaping up as the winter of our Gruber discontent. For those who aren’t familiar with Jonathan Gruber, he is the MIT economist hired by the Obama administration to make the numbers work to sell Obamacare in ...


De Beque provides a learning opportunity

By The Daily Sentinel

Our thoughts on the impact of recreational marijuana have been largely theoretical up to this point because they’re hasn’t been a retail operation in Mesa County. That’s about to change. Kush Gardens, located just off the ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 20, 2014

By Staff

Pramenko keeps beating a dead horse with ACA Like the snakes in the un-Affordable Care Act that just keep on coming, Dr. Pramenko just keeps on whipping a dead horse. The life that Jonathan Gruber managed to breathe into the act, by subterfuge ...


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Goal focused

By Allen Gemaehlich

There are 16 teams remaining in the NCAA Division II men’s soccer championships. For most of them, it is clear who their starting goalkeeper is each game. That’s not the case for Colorado Mesa. It has two excellent goalkeepers and ...


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Setting the Mood(y)

By Allen Gemaehlich

Setters often are referred to as the quarterback on the volleyball court. They are looked to for their leadership, good decision making and ability to be cool under pressure. Colorado Mesa senior setter Jordyn Moody has led the ...


Twitter Mailbag, Nov. 19, 2014

By Matt Meyer

The social media platform Twitter has become an easy way to connect with experts on any subject. In this column, readers can submit prep sports questions to @jmattmeyer. Follow Daily Sentinel reporters Allen Gemaehlich (@Allen_GJsports), Dale ...


Sports Briefs, Nov. 19, 2014

By Staff

Skiing Nordic clinics this weekend on Grand Mesa Weather and snow conditions permitting, Nordic ski season starts this weekend on Grand Mesa with the Grand Mesa Nordic Council offering its fall ski clinics for youths and adults. The ...


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