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You Said It, July 17, 2011

By Staff

I went to the farmers market on Main Street and how pleasant it was. I didn’t feel like I was attending a dog show, like in years past. Three cheers for the ones who decided to exclude dogs from this well-attended (crowded) event. For ...

Ex-Murdoch aide Brooks arrested; Police chief out

By The AP

LONDON — An intensifying voicemail hacking and police bribery scandal cut closer than ever to Rupert Murdoch and Scotland Yard today with the arrest of the media magnate’s former British newspaper chief and the resignation of ...

‘Cash Cab’ hits, kills Vancouver pedestrian

By The AP

VANCOUVER, British Columbia —  A pedestrian has died in Vancouver after being hit by a fake taxi that had just completed filming a segment for the cable TV game show “Cash Cab.” Vancouver Police said the 61-year-old man ...

37 arrested in raid on S. Utah marijuana farm

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Authorities say 37 people have been arrested in a raid on a marijuana farm near St. George in southwestern Utah. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office says there may be additional people involved in the farming ...

Wyoming sees increase in bacterial infection

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Wyoming Department of Health is reporting a sharp increase statewide in potentially dangerous human Campylobacter (cam-pih-LOH’-bahk-ter) bacterial infections this summer. The department has identified 29 ...

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If he hears a song, blind man with savant syndrome can play it on piano

By William Woody

The fingers of pianist Steven Snare work together, smoothing over the keys with a graceful intensity, the next note, next chord, instantaneously relayed from his mind through the keys. Snare rocks back and forth on the piano’s stool, ...

Grand Junction is open for business

By The Daily Sentinel

The business of attracting and maintaining business in Grand Junction received a boost last week when listed this community as the 12th best small city in the country for business and careers. Couple that with the report ...

Printed letters, July 17, 2011

By Staff

It should not be difficult for state Sen. Rollie Heath to obtain 86,000 signatures for a ballot measure for tax increases for schools. There are that many teachers, union members and administrators just waiting to get their hands on more ...

Keeping fees grounded

By The Daily Sentinel

The airline industry is not enthusiastically embracing a Department of Transportation rule proposed Friday, which would require airlines to disclose how much they make on fees — such as for pillows or snacks — and list whether they ...

What will happen if Medicaid funding is slashed?

By Guest Columnist

By Robin and Cindy Avery The political news has been dominated lately by proposed changes to Medicare in years to come, but Medicaid reductions have already taken place, effective July 1 of this year, with possible severe cuts to come. It is ...

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