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Joe Prinster, a local ‘icon,’ dies on Christmas eve

By Gary Harmon

A memorial Mass for Joseph C. Prinster, shepherd of City Market during the hard times of the 1980s, proponent of women in the workplace, founder of the Grand Valley’s economic-development effort and prolific benefactor to causes great ...

When it comes to time, we’re all just living in the past

By Gary McCallister

I guess I have always had a tenuous grasp on the concept of time. That may be overstating it a bit. But “does anyone really know what time it is? Does anyone really care?” No, wait a minute. That was Chicago. Sometimes I think in ...

Death Notices: Dec. 27, 2014

By Staff

■ Joseph C. Prinster, 89, Grand Junction, died Dec. 24, 2014, at Larchwood Inns. A rosary will be at 5:30 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Services will be at 10 a.m. Jan. 3 at the church. Inurnment will be at Orchard Mesa ...

Email letters, December 26, 2014

By Staff

Stores shouldn’t expect you to round up for charity I totally agree with Steve Beauregard’s column on Dec. 18t. Lots of luck on trying to get the store to “round down.” When you are in a line of customers, the clerk ...

Mesa snow totals measured in feet; more snow on way

By Staff

The Grand Mesa got the lion’s share of snow in Colorado overnight, with weather-watchers tallying snow amounts of up to two feet. The National Weather Service reported this morning that snow measuring stations on Grand Mesa showed ...

Hawaii rallies to beat Colorado for 3rd place

By The AP

KALANI TAKASE, Associated Press HONOLULU — It may have been Christmas Day, but it was no holiday for the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. Isaac Fleming scored 18 points off the bench to lead Hawaii past Colorado 69-66 on Thursday in the ...

More snow for parts of Colorado mountains, plains

By The AP

DENVER — Parts of Colorado’s mountains and plains are getting more snow but the Christmas storm is tapering off in the Denver area. Denver International Airport is still expecting flight delays averaging an hour on Friday because ...

Conservatives should aim to shrink 
income inequality, not deny it

By Josh Penry

The world’s smartest economists spent the better part of the year arguing over the propriety of “Capital in the Twenty-First Century,” the wonkish bestseller by French economist Thomas Piketty, which makes a full-throated ...

Enjoy cheap gasoline; it won’t last forever

By The Daily Sentinel

Suddenly the Keystone XL pipeline isn’t the big deal it was just a month ago when the U.S. Senate rejected a bill to greenlight construction. Gas is cheap because of a glut of oil on the world market. The reason for the glut is that ...

Printed Letters: Dec. 26, 2014

By Staff

Charter’s ‘service’ creates frustration I figured by now the editor’s mailbox would be full with mail from all the other disgruntled Charter Communications customers. After having read the article in Sundays paper ...

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