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Doctor barred from writing prescriptions

By Amy Hamilton

A Montrose doctor under federal investigation cannot prescribe medications, according to a recent restriction placed on his Colorado’s medical license. Dr. Sam Jahani, who operated offices in Grand Junction, Delta and Montrose, cannot ...


Health Briefs, Dec. 29, 2009

By Staff

Wellness connection offers free screenings The American Cancer Society recommends annual breast cancer screenings for women beginning at age 40. The Women’s Wellness Connection provides free breast and cervical screenings for women at ...


Slowdown in natural gas to continue during 2010

By Staff

As little as a year and a half ago, it seemed energy companies couldn’t drill fast enough as they sought to tap some of the trillions of cubic feet of natural gas along the north side of Energy Alley in western Colorado. Starting in ...


Natural gas operations in Piceance Basin slow; tech helps other areas grow

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Tucked into northwest Colorado and bisected by Energy Alley, the Piceance Basin is one of the nation’s most significant reservoirs of natural gas, but one that long resisted exploration and production. It underlays Grand Mesa and some ...


Veterans Affairs takes steps to make using Web site more user-friendly

By Amy Hamilton

Veterans who haven’t used the Veterans Affairs Web site in a while to help manage health needs, might want to try it again. The My HealtheVet site, which can be accessed through http://www.myhealth.va.gov, added new features in the past ...


Printed letters, Dec. 30, 2009

By Staff

Sen. Bennet is not the new Mr. Smith Bill Grant says we should be proud of Sen. Michael Bennet and compares him to Mr. Smith in Frank Capra’s film. In his column, Grant lauds Mr. Smith for refusing to back down to the power brokers who ...


Grand Valley farmers could be hurt by federal food-safety bill

By Bill Grant

Imagine a summer in the Grand Valley with no succulent honeydews, yellow Juan Canaries or juicy green watermelons from the fields of Green River, Utah. It could happen if a food safety bill working its way through Congress is not changed. If ...


Methane and coal

By Staff

This week’s “Energy Alley” series by Daily Sentinel reporters Gary Harmon and Dennis Webb is providing an enlightening look at the vast and varied energy resources available in this region. Those resources have fueled both ...


Iran in turmoil

By Staff

The brutish dictators who rule Iran obviously fear the democratic protesters who have been rallying against them in the last few days. So, they have done what other authoritarians have done throughout history: They have increased their ...


Still searching for my soul mate

By Staff

“I’ve been thinking about the concept of soul mates,” Naomi said. “My friend, Caitlyn, has been dating a man for the past year and she swears that they’re soul mates. I think you can actually see it when they are ...


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