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To improve your mental 
health, head toward light

By Gary McCallister

Light travels faster than sound. That’s why I can look halfway intelligent until I say something. However, that doesn’t stop me from speaking. If I speak enough words, the odds of something intelligent coming out increase.  ...


Religion briefs, Jan. 14, 2017

By Staff

Students invited to motivational show Area students in sixth through 12th grade are invited to see and hear inspirational speaker and strong man Jon Pritikin at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Victory Life Church, 2066 U.S. Highway 6&50.  ...


Record, Jan. 14

By Staff

BIRTHS Community Hospital Sean and Amanda R. Gochoco, Clifton, a son, Dec. 27. Joseph and Makayla Lambert, Grand Junction, a son, Dec. 29. Matthew Eisenberg and Amanda Acosta of Telluride, a son, Dec. 30. Stuart Wells and Wednesday ...


Email Letters: January 13, 2017

By Staff

C.S. Lewis book is relevant to present day politics This morning I picked up the book The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis, which my mother always wanted me to read but I never did until long after she had died. So I open it to a page and ...


Weather service: Dense fog could return to Grand Valley today

By Staff

Weather-watchers at the local office of the National Weather Service today have issued a dense fog advisory that includes the cities of Grand Junction, Fruita and Palisade. The warning is in effect until 2 p.m. Forecasters said fog could ...


Colorado county pays $150,000 in jail guard sex assault case

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado county has agreed to pay $150,000 to settle a federal lawsuit brought by an inmate who was sexually assaulted by a jail guard. The Denver Post reported that Jennifer Hernandez’ attorney says her client ...


For ski resorts in Western US, too much snow is a good woe

By The AP

ARAPAHOE BASIN SKI AREA, Colo. (AP) — For ski resorts in Colorado and the Sierra Nevada, it’s a good problem to have: too much snow. Recent storms walloping mountains across the West dropped up to 10 feet of snow, creating ...


And they’re off!

By The Daily Sentinel

On Wednesday, Statehouse leaders set the tone for the upcoming legislative session. Crisanta Duran, the new Democratic speaker of the House, said Democrats will be on high alert for the kind of divisive rhetoric that Donald Trump rode to the ...


Printed Letters: January 13, 2017

By Staff

Finishing the Avalon should be a priority Many entities and causes are vying for the attention and scarce dollars that the city of Grand Junction has on hand, and each one has good and bad points. My concern — with all the talk of ...


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How to repeal executive orders

By Greg Walcher

I am willing to bet that you have never heard of Executive Order 13497. There is no reason you should have, except that it is enormously important to the process of governing America. The simple reason most people never heard about it is that ...


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