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Getting It Right, July 1, 2011

By Staff

Stories on Page One June 23 and Page 4A Sunday should have said investigators believe Erin Despain’s daughter was 2 months old when she was injured.  ...


Police seek suspect in early-morning knife attack

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction police Thursday were looking for a man suspected of stabbing two people in an early-morning incident involving two vehicles. Richard Dominick, 28, and Nichole Macelhaney, 29, suffered non-life-threatening injuries and were ...


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Fishing for slurpers is hot action at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,647 asl Water Temperature: 74-78 F PAGE, Ariz. – From this point forward many of the reports will be about surface feeding by striped bass. Here are some terms that will make it easier for you to understand my ...


Voter photo IDs are constitutional

By The Daily Sentinel

Perhaps before Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet and several of his Senate colleagues demanded a Department of Justice investigation into state laws that require voters to show a photo ID before casting a ballot, they should have reviewed the 2008 ...


America should recognize our emerging ‘China issue’

By Josh Penry

What do you think is the most pressing challenge facing America today? Is it: A. The economy and unemployment; B.  The national debt; C. Terrorism, national security and the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq; or D. China If you are a Ron ...


Printed letters, July 1, 2011

By Staff

Should I feel guilty for wanting to sleep nights? I don’t want to worry about government spending us into bankruptcy. Like most people in our country, I’d like to see all those in need provided for, but we need to take care of ...


E-mail letters, June 30, 2011

By Staff

Violent video games are different from cartoons Members of the U.S. Supreme Court may vote as they see fit, of course. Just don’t insult the intelligence of anybody with common sense by claiming that there’s no difference between ...


Man reaches deal in artifacts case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Attorneys for a southern Utah math teacher facing multiple felony charges for the illegal trafficking of American Indian artifacts say they’ve reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors. David Lacy, of ...


Pot activists to sue over Colorado rules

By The AP

DENVER — Marijuana groups representing thousands of patients and caregivers are suing to block Colorado’s sweeping limits on how pot can be sold starting Friday. Four groups including the Rocky Mountain Caregivers Collective and ...


Guard official: Montrose unit performing effectively in Afghanistan

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose National Guard 928th Area Support Medical Company was described as “a strong unit,” and the 85 members, mostly from the Western Slope, are performing their duties effectively in four separate locations ...


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