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Numbers game

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado’s population grew to just over 5 million people during the past decade, according to Census Bureau figures. And its rate of growth — 9.9 percent — was slightly ahead of the national average of 9.7 percent. Our ...

Printed letters, December 26, 2010

By Staff

Kids Aid success due to community This letter is long overdue. It is with deep appreciation and gratitude that I say “Thank you” for the overwhelming support the community has given to Kids Aid Backpack Program since we began three ...

Looking back at the truly important events of 2010

By Denny Herzog

This will be the final missive of 2010 from yours truly. That makes it an appropriate time to take a look back at the year that just passed. I could tell you all about the first year of retirement. But books have been written on that subject ...

Nemnich file closed with thank-you to court

By Paul Shockley

The most recent, and possibly last, entry in the voluminous public court file for convicted double murderer Jerry Nemnich wasn’t a pleading. It wasn’t a motion or an order. Instead, it was photocopy of a four-page thank-you card ...


What is your 2011 business new year’s resolution?

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Plenty of business owners and experts are just as ready to toss out 2010 as they were to wave goodbye to 2009. The hope is always that the next year will be a better one, filled with people willing to pay top dollar for houses, buy that new ...

Biz Buzz, Dec. 26, 2010

By Staff

Oral Health Partners more than quadrupled in physical size when it opened for business Monday in its newly built 9,000-square-foot home on the northeast corner of 25 1/2 and F roads, and that is the tip of the expansion iceberg. The number of ...

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Ann Driggers: Once a ski bum, now a leader

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Grand Junction Economic Partnership President and Chief Executive Officer Ann Driggers tried a wide variety of climates before settling in Grand Junction nearly 10 years ago. She grew up in the North Yorkshire Moores national park area of ...


Laurie Kadrich: First job as a cop made her sensitive to workplace inequalities

By Amy Hamilton

It was 1979 when Laurie Kadrich, fresh out of college, traveled halfway across the country to bring the law to the Wild West. The police chief in Gillette, Wyo., thought someone educated would make a better cop, “even if it was a ...


Phyllis Norris: President of City Market worked her way to the top

By Amy Hamilton

You may not have noticed that watermelons now purchased at City Market are sold by size, not by weight. Asking checkers to heave the substantial fruits onto the scales is arduous work, especially over a course of a busy summer shift, according ...

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Old fabric never dies … it doesn’t even fade away

By Sherida Warner

Mixed media fiber artist Jamie Fingal of Orange, Calif., quickly measured up to the challenge when she decided to enter a quilt contest titled “New from Old.” Known for her playful approach that incorporates zippers and metal into ...

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