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Printed Letters: June 15, 2016

By Staff

Defense spending is a balancing act How much should be spent on national defense is always a matter for debate in a presidential election. Government spending is often inefficient and that applies to defense spending as well. Conservatives are ...


Love thy neighbor

By The Daily Sentinel

The depth of the tragedy surrounding the Orlando nightclub massacre goes beyond the numbers of the dead and wounded. When something like this happens, the reaction is swift. People point fingers in an attempt to establish a cause and effect ...


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Energy study verifies hunch

By Dennis Webb

Well flowback operations accounted for the greatest air pollution emissions from oil and gas development in a landmark Garfield County study, according to results released Tuesday. The research by a Colorado State University team measured ...


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Who’s on first?

By Patti Arnold

In the minors, it pays to be versatile. Just ask the two Grand Junction Rockies catchers, both of whom played first base Tuesday in the team’s 4-0 exhibition victory against the Boulder Collegians. Joel Diaz, a 21-year-old from ...


Sports Briefs, June 14, 2016

By Staff

Local Tennis Junction’s Susan Wright to play in
ITF World Team Championships Susan Wright of Grand Junction is one of 24 players who will represent the United States at the ITF Seniors World Team Championships, June 19-24 in ...


Critically hurt man ‘surfing,’ fell off car

By Katie Langford

A 19-year-old man is in critical condition at St. Mary’s Hospital after falling from a moving vehicle in what Grand Junction Police Department officials are calling a “car-surfing” accident. The man, who police are not ...


Briefs, June 15, 2016

By Staff

Sag pond threat
lessens on Mesa Collbran-area residents living downstream from the west Salt Creek landslide no longer need to be ready to flee at a moment’s notice. Mesa County officials on Tuesday downgraded the response to ...


N.C. man dies after fall in Black Canyon

By Charles Ashby

National Park Service rangers Tuesday recovered the body of a North Carolina man who fell about 500 feet while backpacking at the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. The man, whose identity has not yet been released, had a permit to ...


Lawyers dispense legal advice for seniors Friday

By Rachel Sauer

What happens to your veteran’s benefits after you die? How about your pets? What are your rights as a grandparent? Does it make legal sense to get married when you find love post-retirement? There are many benefits to getting on in ...


De Beque mosquito district 
will ask voters for approval

By Gary Harmon

Officials plan to ask a judge to move forward the proposed De Beque Mosquito District after the Mesa County Commission this week approved a budget and service plan for the district. Voters are expected to have the final word on establishing ...


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