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St. Mary’s Hospital chief to move on

By Charles Ashby

The president and chief executive officer of St. Mary’s Medical Center is leaving the Grand Valley. Mike McBride, who is moving to his home state of Texas, has taken a new position with CHI St. Luke’s Health in Houston as ...


Board: Palisade landowners to pay for new sidewalks

By Amy Hamilton

Alicia Lee of Palisade fits the profile of the energetic first-time home buyer. She lovingly planted grass that had been destroyed by the home’s prior renters. She’s working on a backyard rock path and on Wednesday afternoon she ...

Email letters, September 24, 2015

By Staff

SG Interests has at least one Colorado politician in its pocket Mr. Tipton, the Republican congressman for western Colorado, left out some important information in his recent guest column urging that local communities give Texas oil and gas ...

Former Montrose DA wins new trial

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Court of Appeals reversed the conviction of former Montrose County District Attorney Myrl Serra today. Serra had been sentenced to one year in prison and four years probation after being convicted of violation of bond conditions, ...

Woman to be sentenced for running over husband in fight

By The AP

BRIGHTON — A 39-year-old woman is set to be sentenced Thursday in Brighton for running over her husband and killing him during a fight. Nancy Jo Arias was convicted in June of manslaughter and vehicular homicide in the death of her ...

Dry, warm weather prompts fire bans on Front Range

By The AP

DENVER — Abnormally dry and warm weather has prompted a number of areas along the Front Range to enact fire bans. KCNC-TV reports that Larimer County, Boulder County along and west of Highway 36, and unincorporated Arapahoe County, ...

Cannabis provides lots of lows, too

By Rick Wagner

To begin,  I’d point out that as this week’s column was a marijuana update, I wanted to have it printed in a forest green color using a new font I’m developing — Cannabis Serif. However, anticipating pushback from ...

Printed Letters: Sept. 24, 2015

By Staff

North Avenue revitalization effort gaining momentum The city of Grand Junction’s current efforts to address a declining North Avenue can be traced back as far as 2012 with the creation of a City Council-appointed steering committee. The ...

CORA and the courts

By The Daily Sentinel

District attorneys have to tell us how much they spend prosecuting cases, but public defenders don’t have to disclose how much taxpayer money they spend defending their clients. That’s one of the inequities of current rules that ...


Saager, at 6-foot-7, often mistaken for basketball player

By Patti Arnold

Tom Saager has been mistaken for a power forward on the Colorado Mesa basketball team. And when he politely says no, he plays for the football team, the response is usually something along the lines of, “Oh, wide ...

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