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Fact, beliefs and ‘tribal’ tendencies

By Claudette Konola

The March 2015 issue of National Geographic had a photo of a staged moon landing and the title, “The War on Science.” The lead story in that issue was titled “The Age of Disbelief,” and posed the question, ...


Smoke marijuana 
at your own peril

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado Supreme Court provided a welcome clarification for employers and workers Monday, ruling 6-0 that the state’s “lawful activities statute” doesn’t protect employees who get high from using medical marijuana ...


Printed Letters: June 17, 2105

By Staff

Sheep herder advocate is hurting foreign workers Every time that the Mesa College Spanish professor adds his thoughts to an article, they are blown clear our of proportion and are beyond common sense. The professor, Thomas Acker, states that ...


Jussel: Rox could be buyers, not sellers at MLB trade deadline

By Rick Jussel

Some things you may care about — or not — as summer gets ready to debut. ■ CarGo and Tulo have made strides recently for the Colorado Rockies, with Carlos Gonzalez climbing over the Mendoza line (he’s up to nearly .250 ...


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Second helping

By Patti Arnold

Jensen Park has only been in Grand Junction since Saturday, but it was still good for one of the new Grand Junction Rockies to see some familiar faces. Park, who was the Colorado Rockies’ 32nd-round draft pick out of Northern Colorado, ...


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Board gives
 green light
 to new R-5

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School District 51 School Board members cleared the way for construction of a new R-5 High School and a permanent location for The Opportunity Center by voting Tuesday to pursue issuing certificates of participation to fund construction of ...


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A lot to ink about: Tattoo artist lands gig on reality show

By Melinda Mawdsley

Erik Campbell wanted to be a dirt bike racer, not a reality TV contestant. But, as so often happens, life had a different plan when an accident years ago dashed the Grand Junction man’s dreams of racing and set him on a course toward ...


Sports Briefs, June 16, 2015

By Staff

Gymnastics KidzPlex team takes second at state The KidzPlex Bronze gymnastics team placed second last weekend at the USAG-XCEL State Championships in Littleton, where 300 gymnasts competed. Grand Junction-based KidzPlex was led by Kendall ...


Mutton busting fun for eight-year-old Konner Greyler

By Eden Laase

There are three levels an aspiring bull rider must climb to achieve his goal of trying to stay on an angry bull for eight seconds. He starts off with mutton busting, then moves on to junior bull riding and then, if he passes both tests, ...


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Murder suspect waives hearing

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A Carbondale man accused of killing his wife with a machete waived his right Tuesday to a preliminary hearing or bond review. Arturo Navarrete-Portillo, 46, instead will return to court Aug. 3, when he’ll either ...


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