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By Rachel Sauer

Not too long ago — say 30 years or so — a man could walk into a store and buy a pair of jeans. And that was that. “I’d like a pair of jeans,” he’d tell the salesperson, and he’d head out the door with ...


Glade Park routes have flaws

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County will consider improvements for roads leading to Glade Park following completion of a recent roadway safety study. Colorado National Monument Superintendent Lisa Eckert requested the study following her decision last year to ...

Trail to Rainbow Bridge National Monument closed for repairs

By The AP

PAGE, Ariz.  — The trail from Lake Powell to Rainbow Bridge National Monument is closed for repairs until further notice. Glen Canyon National Recreation officials say recent flooding damaged part of the trail, making it unsafe to ...

Smoke report prompts emergency exit from plane in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — First, smoke was reported on an American Airlines flight after landing in Denver. Then passengers saw the cabin fill with a light haze. What followed was a calm exit from the plane with 164 passengers and crew members sliding ...

Suppressing views not the American way

By Rick Wagner

Friday has come and gone and John Casey, climate change denier, spoke at last week’s Energy Expo and the world continues to warm/cool/march to its own drummer. There may be some lasting damage to some folks who continue to be outraged ...

Printed Letters: March 5, 2015

By Staff

Mesa County should embrace clean energy It looks like Dan Thurlow and Ray Scott’s attempt to reduce clean energy requirements of utilities is dying in the House, as it should. Another “we can’t do this” legislation ...

Hillary’s secretive ways

By The Daily Sentinel

The Obama administration has been roundly criticized for failing to live up to an inaugural day promise to be the most transparent administration in history. Now come revelations that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton conducted ...


Tigers can’t keep up with Overland

By Staff

AURORA — The Grand Junction High School boys basketball team knew it faced an uphill battle Tuesday night in its round of 16 Class 5A state playoff game against Overland. For the Tigers, that battle must have looked like a 45-degree ...

Central’s Nicole Monte finishes 2nd at state bowling competition

By Dale Shrull

Nicole Monte thought it would be fun to try bowling, so she did. Actually, it was a friend of hers who convinced 8-year-old Nicole to head to the bowling alley and join a Saturday league. Monte said she immediately enjoyed the sport when she ...

Jussel: Don’t expect a big splash by Broncos in free agency

By Rick Jussel

In another few days, the National Football League free-agency frenzy will begin. As has been the case of late, Denver Bronco resident legend, General Manager John Elway, will raise a few eyebrows as he goes about the business of finding new ...

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