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New car wash offers free cleaning to first 10,000

By Amy Hamilton

Dirty cars, vans, trucks and minivans crammed into lines at Splish Splash Car Wash, 2475 U.S. Highway 6&50, during Tuesday’s grand opening for the new car wash at the intersection of 24 3/4 Road. The lure of free car washes for the ...


Board votes to appeal Lobato decision

By Charles Ashby

The State Board of Education voted Tuesday to appeal a Denver District Court judge’s ruling earlier this month that the Colorado Legislature isn’t properly funding the state’s public education system. The board voted to join ...


EnergySolutions protests to feds loss of uranium cleanup project

By {screen_name}

EnergySolutions Federal Services, the Salt Lake City-based company that began work on moving 16 million tons of uranium mill tailings away from the Colorado River in Utah in 2007, will hang onto the job a bit longer. EnergySolutions filed a ...


Printed letters, December 29, 2011

By Staff

After watching the silly process to extend the Social Security payroll tax cut, I have decided that our country is on the road to failure. Looking at the reasons that people give, arguing we need the return of Social Security money when the ...


Colorado and U.S. are still headed for a debt disaster

By Rick Wagner

At this time, it’s customary to look back at the top stories of the last year. But it’s more instructive to see the year’s progression as an arrow of where we’re going, rather than where we’ve been. If we read ...


Engineer’s suspension was the right response

By The Daily Sentinel

Here’s a head scratcher: How does one design a building for housing school children, using building code standards that apply to storage sheds and barns? That’s what reviewing engineers say Gary Howell did when he designed the ...


122711 Airport meeting

Airport users fume about security, TSA

By {screen_name}

The battle over the new fence around part of Grand Junction Regional Airport has separated airport officials from the general-aviation tenants, one Mesa County commissioner concluded Tuesday. “It’s to the point that Jesus Christ ...


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Family shoots for TV role in show about Second Amendment

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE—Eleven-year-old Miriam Wilks has no doubts about what she wants to do when she grows up. “I want to take over my dad’s store and hopefully do everything he does now,” she said. That Miriam’s dad, Edward ...


Death Notices, Dec. 28, 2011

By Staff

Doris “Roberta” Elston, 74, Grand Junction, died Dec. 24, 2011, at her home. Survivors include one son, Mike Miller of Fruita; two daughters, Shauna Lee Kronkright of Grand Junction and Tammy Ballagh of Grand Junction; and four ...


Barrett liaison tapped to lead Oil and Gas Association

By Staff

Doug Dennison, local environmental/government affairs liaison for Bill Barrett Corp., has been elected to serve as president of the West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association for the next two years. Dennison is a geologist and Western Slope ...


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