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Blotter, June 9, 2010

By Staff

Post office trashed Tampering was reported Monday morning at the Gateway post office. Someone entered the unlocked post office at 42700 Colorado Highway 141 and tore down posters and overturned trash cans, according to the Mesa County ...

Mesa County plans legal action if properties aren’t cleaned soon

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Mesa County commissioners agreed Tuesday to take legal action against two property owners if they don’t remove junk and unregistered vehicles from their land within a certain amount of time. Under compliance plans approved by the board, ...

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Weather events adding to surprisingly high flows

By Dennis Webb

Rainstorms and higher-than-expected temperatures have led to unanticipated flooding in western Colorado and forced the reining in of reservoir releases to benefit endangered fish. A flood warning was extended Tuesday for the Eagle River below ...

Wyoming approves ‘fracking’ disclosure rules

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A state agency that oversees oil and gas development voted today to require energy companies to disclose what chemicals they’re pumping underground to improve the flow of oil and gas into well bores. The state Oil ...

E-mail letters, June 8, 2010

By Staff

Kids playing in street is a parenting problem In the front page article, “Dust Up,” in the June 7 edition of The Daily Sentinel, John Kelchner is on track with his statements: “Honestly, kids’ lives are at stake” ...

Mesa County’s Rx

By The Daily Sentinel

Health care does not operate in a true free-market environment, where price is a primary concern. If your child suffers from a life-threatening disease, you want access to all the best medical services and technology available, and price be ...

County clinic could harm local health care network

By Guest Columnist

By Dr. Michael J. Pramenko Mesa County is trying to save money in health care. The county recently decided to set up its own primary care clinic in an effort to control ever increasing health insurance costs incurred by Mesa County taxpayers. ...

Accusing Romanoff of insider politics, Penry exposes his own dealing

By Bill Grant

The story that Andrew Romanoff was offered a job by a White House staffer if he droped out of the race for Senate should have become a non-event by now. Despite Republican attempts to criminalize this tentative offer, it is clear that Romanoff ...

Printed letters, June 9, 2010

By Staff

County overestimates potential clinic savings Mesa County has taken a step backward in terms of health care reform by making a decision to open a primary care medical clinic for Mesa County employees and families. Commissioners Janet Rowland ...

Tiara Rado Tuesday Men’s Night June 8, 2010

By Staff


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