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Printed Letters: July 14, 2017

By Staff

Repair and retain Affordable Care Act I am writing this letter because I believe the Affordable Care Act works very well but does need a little bit of repair. The best way to do this is to fix its minor problems and keep all the rest of the ...

GJT an option to DIA?

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Junction Regional Airport has two direct connections now to Los Angeles International Airport to accompany the flights it now sends to Dallas, Denver, Phoenix and Salt Lake City, but most agree that the airport remains woefully ...


Respect, just a little bit

By Greg Walcher

The new Administration has reassigned several federal land managers to positions in other regions, or even in other agencies. The Bureau of Land Management’s Colorado State Director, for example, was transferred to the Bureau of ...


Having a racquet

By Matt Meyer

In only three years, Matt Miller went from racquetball newbie to a competitor at the USA Racquetball Junior Olympics Championships. Miller, along with Lily Caldwell, finished among the top four in their respective divisions at the competition ...

Blotter: July 14, 2017

By Staff

High bonds in drug arrests Three more people caught up in a widespread local wiretap investigation were advised on high-level drug charges Thursday, and issued high cash-only bonds in their cases. Leonard Edwards Jr., 54, was issued a ...


Blood drive today with injured doc in mind

By Staff

Community Hospital wants your blood. And the hospital is asking that people donate it in honor of local orthopedic surgeon Kennan Vance. Vance was badly injured while riding his bicycle on Colorado National Monument in May. For a time after ...


Best friend to the rescue

By Katie Langford

Savannah Edinger’s horses know her better than anyone else in the world. They are her best friends, confidants and protectors, whether it’s riding through fields or racing around barrels at rodeo competitions. Everyone who knows ...


Man kicked out of own trial in molesting case

By Gabrielle Porter

A man arrested two years ago on suspicion of sexually assaulting a young boy was tossed from a Mesa County courtroom, for disturbing proceedings in his own trial Thursday in what a judge called disingenuous attempts to delay ...

Grand Junction Rockies recap, July 13, 2017

By Staff

Grand Junction 4, Billings 2 Thursday at Dehler Park Records Grand Junction 10-14, Billings 13-11 On the mound Jeffri Ocando returned to form in his fifth start of the season, turning in his second quality start in three tries. Ocando has ...

Tipton bill on states’ water rights clears House

By Gary Harmon

A measure that would require federal agencies to observe state water laws won approval from the U.S,. House and now awaits Senate action as part of a package of water-related bills. The Water Rights Protection Act by U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, ...

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