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Printed Letters: August 11, 2016

By Staff

We must fight the hate in our nation In the spring of 2006, a group of leaders from the Hispanic Affairs Project had the opportunity to attend a private meeting with the Rocky Mountain Minute Men of Western Colorado. Our two organizations ...

A hat tip to the late, 
great Art Buchwald

By Rick Wagner

The new Hillary Clinton was home from a week of campaigning and was putting something in the attic when she was startled by a sound. “What’s that, is someone in here?” “Of course I’m in here,” the old ...

The lure of oil shale

By The Daily Sentinel

By the time someone figures out how to unlock the oil trapped in shale without using tons of water, we may be completely out of a hydrocarbon economy. Oil shale has been the “energy of the future” for 100 years. In 1916 President ...

Palisade adopts pot moratorium

By Erin McIntyre

If voters approve a ballot measure in November allowing retail marijuana shops in Palisade, the earliest any of the venues could open is in May 2017. The town’s trustees unanimously adopted a six-month moratorium on Tuesday night, ...


No new hearing in Casey case

By Gabrielle Porter

A former Palisade police officer convicted of nearly 30 counts of sexual assault on a child and related charges in 2009 was denied a new hearing to determine whether the attorneys who represented him were ineffective, according to decision ...

Fruita awarded $1 million grant

By Gary Harmon

Fruita will use a grant announced Wednesday toward a trail that would connect the city north of Interstate 70 to the Colorado Riverfront Trail. The Colorado Department of Local Affairs awarded $1 million to Fruita for the Kokopelli Riverfront ...

Design work starts for Buthorn drain project

By Gary Harmon

Design work is beginning for the improvement of the Grand Valley Drainage District’s drainage system in a densely populated area of Grand Junction. The Buthorn drain is frequently overwhelmed with stormwater, leading to flooding at ...

Escorts tell jury of many encounters with slaying suspect

By Gabrielle Porter

A string of escorts frequented by the man accused of killing Grand Junction mother and call girl Paige Birgfeld in 2007 spoke in court Wednesday about how often he had used their services that year, with one woman saying she left an ...

Officials move to allow diet soda in schools

By Erin McIntyre

The majority of the state board of education voted to allow diet sodas to be sold in high schools on Wednesday, though the lack of a unanimous decision means the board will reconsider the rule at its September meeting. The board voted along ...

Jussel: Football, sort of, is back in Broncoland

By Rick Jussel

The news dribbled across the ESPN ticker Sunday at 5 p.m., saying, “Tonight’s scheduled game between the Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts has been cancelled due to concerns about field conditions.” A man adorned in a ...

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