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E-mail letters, March 18, 2010

By Staff

There’s growing support for banning marijuana My precinct caucus voted positive on a resolution to go forward to our county assembly that delegates to the state assemblies be directed to push for legislation that the state of Colorado ...

Colo. lawmakers trying to speed uranium cleanup

By The AP

DENVER — State lawmakers approved legislation today that would require Colorado uranium mines and mills to clean up nuclear wastes while they continue producing nuclear fuel. State lawmakers worry a new national focus on nuclear energy ...

Medical pot samples to be destroyed

By Paul Shockley

A sampling of marijuana plants or leaves seized by law enforcement last week at a local medical grow operation will be destroyed, according to court filings. An officer with the Western Colorado Drug Task Force wrote in a property inventory ...

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Fashion show fundraiser supports children’s learning garden

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Student models strutted their best moves down the catwalk in the gym at Orchard Avenue Elementary Thursday afternoon. The students modeled the latest fashions from Uncle Jerry’s Tees, a popular fundraising company for organizations ...


Week in Sports for March 14-20, 2010

By Staff

As the warm weather returns, outdoor sports heat up. Call 256-4388 if you’d like reprints of any of the photos.  ...

Clifton to remain unincorporated

By The Daily Sentinel

It comes as no great surprise that a majority of property owners in the Fruitvale/Clifton area that was proposed for annexation to the city of Grand Junction were underwhelmed by the annexation plan. Even in the best of times, a significant ...

Words lose true meaning in legislative battle

By Rick Wagner

I have spoken before about the idea that if you control the definition of something, you manipulate how it’s viewed and its affect on the person hearing the description. So “terrorist” becomes “freedom fighter” ...

Printed letters, March 19, 2010

By Staff

Staff of coroner, sheriff deserve praise for actions My wife and I had a rough February — not as rough as our neighbor, though. She lost her husband and while she was dealing with her loss, my wife and I, along with our neighbors, tried ...

About that mandate

By The Daily Sentinel

With almost hourly news updates about who might and who might not vote for the latest version of the health care reform bill, readers may have missed this health care news: If you live in Idaho today, or Virginia very soon, you will not have ...

West Slope in store for big weather change

By {screen_name}

Grand Valley residents who have grown accustomed to the warm spring weather this week are in for a big but temporary shock. A strong Pacific storm will move into western Colorado tonight, bringing a mix of rain and snow to the valley and the ...

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