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Silverton Skijoring

By William Woody

Dozens of skiers compete in the second annual Skijoring competition along Blake Street in downtown Silverton during the 2011 Wild West Snowscape Saturday Feb. 12, 2011.  ...

Police: Man molested, tried to kidnap boy from park

By {screen_name}

A homeless man and convicted felon was arrested Saturday after authorities say he sexually assaulted and tried to kidnap a boy from a Clifton elementary school park. Three witnesses who were in the area at the time saw the alleged attack and ...

Woman suspected of ramming cars, shopping carts

By {screen_name}

A Grand Junction woman was arrested early Saturday morning after allegedly repeatedly rammed several vehicles parked in the parking lots of shopping centers along North Avenue, causing several thousands of dollars in damage. Grand Junction ...

Personal bankruptcy filings rise in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER (AP) — The number of businesses filing for bankruptcy protection fell for the first time in four years in 2010, but a rising number of individuals filed for protection. Statistics compiled by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Colorado ...

Scotty’s Care Care Center

By Staff

Scotty’s Muffler Center is a locally owned, family-run business at its original location at Fourth Street and Pitkin Avenue, downtown Grand Junction, for the past 34 years. Since 1976, Scotty’s has had a strong presence in the ...

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GJ couple’s WWII letters tell of cherished memories, love always

By Rachel Sauer

Dearest Fern Carol, Well, old Topper, there’s no news and I don’t know how I’m going to fill this letter but at any rate here goes. He told her that the old crew No. 13 was back on active status and that their training run ...

Using time and resources more efficiently will help improve education

By Guest Columnist

By Steve Schultz Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of columns by locals involved with education about how to improve our public schools. We hear a lot about the need to reform and improve public education. Business leaders ...

Printed letters, Feb. 13, 2011

By Staff

This is in reference to the ongoing controversy about the refusal of the drilling companies to provide a list of the chemicals and ingredients that make up the fracking solutions. It seems that all companies that manufacture, use or sell ...

Washington’s new frugality will make it harder to get Colorado pork

By Denny Herzog

John McCain made getting rid of earmarks a centerpiece of his presidential campaign in 2008. Wasteful government spending as exemplified by expenditures that never had to compete on their merits was mentioned in seemingly every speech he made ...

Mail-in-ballots go bust

By The Daily Sentinel

Legislation that would have made every statewide election in Colorado a mail-ballot election was withdrawn by its bipartisan cosponsors last week. Mail-in ballots have proved successful in many instances, from municipal elections, to ...

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