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Responsible drilling means setting the bar higher than some like

By Guest Columnist

By Rein van West and Bob Arrington Western Colorado Congress Thanks to David Ludlam of the West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association for bringing up Western Colorado Congress (WCC) and our work in the Sentinel’s Sunday, Aug. 10 ...


Voters to decide if pot a good fit for Palisade

By The Daily Sentinel

Add Palisade to the list of places in Colorado that are growing more and more comfortable with the idea that sanctioned pot sales may not be a bad thing. Town leaders have put some serious thought into whether retail marijuana is a good fit ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 24, 2014

By Staff

One ideology must win 
or divided country loses The reason there is so much political strife and disagreement in our country today is that we have two separate ideologies, with distinctly different expectations, churning among our ...


Sheriff should be community partner, GOP contender says

By Guest Columnist

By Matt Lewis Some have fear, some have concern, and others just want to feel a little more at ease in the assurance that Mesa County will not end up in the national headlines with a situation like that unfolding in Ferguson, Missouri. No ...


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August rainfall on record pace

By Greg Ruland

Monsoonal subtropical moisture fueled another round of showers and thunderstorms that dropped up to a half-inch of rain in areas of the Grand Valley on Saturday, the National Weather Service reported. The 0.41 inches of rain that fell through ...


Runners brave muck to benefit Search and Rescue Ground Team

By Greg Ruland

More than 70 runners earned their stripes early Saturday morning as they pushed themselves up to 16 miles in pouring rain and 50-degree temperatures to win medals, T-shirts, door prizes and bragging rights at the 2014 Kokopelli Classic. The ...


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Retired police chief not selling pot brownies — just novelty of them

By Erin McIntyre

A Volkswagen Westfalia Vanagon is rumbling across Colorado this summer, and it’s loaded with baked treats dubbed Mary Jane and Acapulco Gold. On the back window of this tan van named “Bud,” a decal asks, “Got THC ...


P.E. teacher honored for work with students who have disabilities

By Emily Shockley

District 51 special education teacher Janet Ryan is being recognized for her 16 years of work providing specialized physical education to local students as this year’s recipient of the Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year award ...


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Off to the races? Amendment 68 could help Mesa County economy

By Charles Ashby

A measure on this year’s ballot to create up to three casinos with horse racetracks in Colorado could become an economic boon to the Grand Valley, at least if local racehorse trainer Mark Schultz has anything to say about it. Amendment ...


Biz Buzz, Aug. 24, 2014

By Staff

A Perfect Stone, a longtime stone supplier and landscaper in Grand Junction, has clawed back from a devastating business year in 2007 when local developers stiffed the company for work it performed at three different subdivisions in Grand ...


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