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State aimed well on Arrow Electronics

By The Daily Sentinel

The announcement Tuesday that Arrow Electronics will shift its corporate headquarters from Long Island, N.Y., to Colorado was great news for the state — not just the Front Range. For one thing, it will raise Colorado’s reputation ...


Good riddance to a bad bill

By The Daily Sentinel

Republicans in the U.S. Senate, assisted by two Democrats facing re-election, killed President Barack Obama’s latest jobs bill. That’s neither a surprise nor a disappointment. Even if the bill had won approval in the Senate, there ...


Nostalgia for past protests marks Occupy Grand Junction movement

By Rick Wagner

On Oct. 13, a news article reported that a thousand people gathered in Grand Junction to protest what they believed to be government actions promoting business interests at the expense of the workers. Some of you might’ve missed this, ...


Former Mesa commissioner seeks seat again

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Former Mesa County Commissioner John Leane announced this afternoon he will seek a seat on the board again, nearly 20 years after he completed a four-year term on the commission. More than 50 relatives, friends and supporters turned out on ...


Tiara Rado Day Ladies Club October 12, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Ladies’ League - October 12, 2011 Three Blind Mice - Flight 1 1st Gail Cizek 49 2nd Kathy Short 50 T3rd Sue ...


Email letters, Oct. 12, 2011

By Staff

Social Security is not an entitlement Remember, not only did we contribute to Social Security, but our employer did too. It totaled 15 percent of our income before taxes. If you averaged only $30,000 over your working life, that’s close ...


Arapahoe Basin opens to skiers Thursday

By The AP

KEYSTONE — Arapahoe Basin will be the second Colorado ski resort to open this season. The resort says it plans to open Thursday, just 100 days after it closed on July 4. Arapahoe Basin says it will have an 18-inch base on an ...


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‘Angler’s moon’ delays start of fishing frenzy at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,652 asl Water Temperature 68-71 F PAGE, Ariz. – This is my final report about challenging fishing at Lake Powell.  All fish are poised and ready to explode in a feeding frenzy.  Really the only thing holding ...


Grand Valley native named GM at Powderhorn Resort

By Dave Buchanan

Daren Cole, a fourth-generation Coloradan with roots in the Grand Valley, has been named general manager for Powderhorn Resort. Cole has more than 18 years experience in the Colorado ski industry, including stints at Vail and Durango Mountain ...


Final grapes near the peak ripeness

By Dave Buchanan

The basil is gone, the tomatoes are drooping and there’s a bit of hope (but fading fast) for the last of the chard. That’s just in my garden. Thank goodness I don’t have acres of grapes to worry about. But worry they will, ...


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