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Practicality, not politics, demands consideration of climate change

By Jim Spehar

“With a poet’s lyricism, a former chemist’s precision and a pontiff’s moral thunder, Pope Francis recast humanity’s relationship with nature in ethical terms, hoping to spur a warming, filthy world to clean up its ...

Printed Letters: June 23, 2015

By Staff

Commissioners must stop trying to control land trust After reading Friday’s paper, I have to wonder what planet Scott McInnis is from. He has a meeting with the Mesa Land Trust and wants them to give up all outside contact with ...

It’s time to take down the Confederate flag

By The Daily Sentinel

There are reasons — both procedural and practical — why the Confederate battle flag continued to sit atop its own flagpole even as the U.S. flag was lowered to half-staff over the South Carolina capitol in the wake of ...


Top picks arrive in Grand Junction

By Patti Arnold

Brendan Rodgers glanced out the window and grinned. The top draft pick of the Colorado Rockies got his first look at Suplizio Field from the press box Monday afternoon, and it just reaffirmed his eagerness to get on the field. Rodgers, Mike ...


Anderson’s home run high point of defeat

By Patti Arnold

Mom’s in the stands. So’s your younger brother. The other team has a combined perfect game going, it’s your new team’s home opener and you’re looking for your first hit as a professional ballplayer. You’re ...


GarCo OKs injection well; court challenge is possible

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Garfield County commissioners unanimously approved a natural gas developer’s proposed wastewater injection well outside Battlement Mesa Monday. Nathan Keever, a Grand Junction attorney representing local ...

Despite another year of big payouts, Community Hospital claims county saved money with partnership p

By Greg Ruland

esa County’s self-funded health plan recorded another year of heavy losses in 2014, partly because of a significant increase in the number of county workers who ended up cancer patients. Mesa County paid $5.1 million for medical ...

Grand Junction kayaker drowns in river at Basalt

By Amy Hamilton

Sixty-three-year-old Jerry Young of Grand Junction has been identified as the man who died Sunday after his inflatable kayak overturned in the Fryingpan River in downtown Basalt. Eagle County Coroner Kara Bettis said an autopsy is pending. ...

Local Briefs, June 23, 2015

By Staff

Buckskin Hill Road subject of meeting Collbran residents and others are invited to an informal open house at 6 p.m. Thursday to talk about the Buckskin Hill Road Improvement Project. Discussion will center on preliminary alternatives ...

Court rules on anesthesiology question

By Charles Ashby

Nurse anesthetists and physician anesthesiologists have been arguing the wrong legal question all along, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled Monday. For the past five years, the two sides have argued in courtroom after courtroom over whether ...

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