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Email letters, September 24, 2014

By Staff

Grand Valley economy could benefit from development outside the energy industry I attended both the GJ Chamber Candidate Forum and the National Federation of Independent Business Economic Outlook dinner yesterday and thought both events were ...

10 Things to know for today, September 24

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. WORLD LEADERS MEET AT UN FACING MULTIPLE CRISES The issues certain to top the agenda are Islamic extremists intent on erasing borders, ...

Owner cited after horses found dead on property

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Authorities have removed 10 horses from a property northeast of Colorado Springs and cited their owner for animal cruelty. Sgt. Greg White, a spokesman for the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, tells The Gazette ...

TV spending on Colorado gov’s race at least $1.5M

By The AP

DENVER — Political campaigns have spent at least $1.5 million so far trying to influence the outcome of this year’s governor’s race between incumbent Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper and Republican Bob Beauprez, according to ...

Printed Letters: Sept. 24, 2014

By Staff

Dog owners should be more respectful of others Regarding Charle Thibodeau’s article “The Grand Valley Could Take Lessons in Pet Acceptance;” how disgusting. We have seen dogs (with no service dog identification) and lizards ...

Tipton’s reversal on Hermosa Creek protection betrays his constituents

By Bill Grant

A whole lot of Rep. Scott Tipton’s constituents in La Plata and San Juan counties range from disappointed to feeling betrayed to saying, “Hell, no!” in response to the congressman’s subversion of community ...

What does your gut tell you about the economy?

By The Daily Sentinel

What’s it going to take for people in the Grand Valley to open up their pocketbooks and spend money with exuberance? It’s all about consumer confidence, two visiting economists told the Sentinel’s editorial board Monday. ...


Serving lifts Fruita past Junction

By Staff

Fruita Monument survived a close call in the first game, then closed strong to beat Grand Junction 27-25, 25-12, 25-16 in a Southwestern League volleyball match Tuesday. The Wildcats fell behind in the first game, then rallied to take the ...

Mesa men’s golf team finishes eighth in Denver

By Staff

Trevor McCune tied for 10th place to lead the Colorado Mesa men’s golf team to eighth place at the RMAC No. 1 Tournament on Tuesday at Buffalo Run Golf Course in Commerce City. McCune shot 72 in the third and final round to finish at ...

‘Cats, Tigers battle to a scoreless tie

By Dale Shrull

It was clear one goal probably was going to be plenty for the win Tuesday night. Fruita Monument goalkeeper Dom Gaty had passed every test, but when Grand Junction’s Jose Torres broke free with the ball in the 57th minute, it was ...

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