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E-mail letters, March 8, 2010

By Staff

Some better ideas for health reform Here are some questions for Sens. Michael Bennet and Mark Udall, and Congressman John Salazar: If you say you can stop fraud and cut costs in Medicare and Medicaid, then why have you not already done ...

Policemen suffer from shooting, too

By Denny Herzog

Most of us don’t know what exactly happened in Room 18 at the Timbers Motel on North Avenue on Sunday, Feb. 28. Only three people know, and one of them is dead. The three were in the room. Two of them were Grand Junction police officers ...

Printed letters, March 9, 2010

By Staff

Thanks to The Daily Sentinel’s editorial board for choosing to opine further on the recent acquittal of former Grand Junction police officer Courtney Crooks on harassment charges that led to his resignation from the department last year. ...

The discrimination fix

By The Daily Sentinel

Most employers, we believe, are conscientious about trying to prevent discrimination against workers on the basis of race, religion, gender or physical capabilities. But it would be foolish to believe discrimination never occurs. When it ...

Bombs and purple fingers

By Staff

Iraq remains a dangerous country, especially around election time. But its people refuse to be intimidated. Despite the lobbing of hand grenades by Islamic terrorists, the firing of rockets and mortars and the bombing of one polling place ...

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Portrait @ Home, March 7, 2010

By Staff

Profiles of your friends and neighbors, as published in the Portrait @ Home special section.  ...

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Inclement weather forces spring breakers inside

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The harsh, snowy weather Monday morning was an unwelcome sight for those in charge of entertaining kids on spring break. Shon Birch, recreation coordinator for the city of Grand Junction’s Kid’s Day Out program, planned a day of ...

Amazon cuts off Colo. affiliates because of tax

By The AP

DENVER — Amazon is cutting off affiliates that help it sell products in Colorado because of a new tax on online sales. Affiliates earn money by using their Web sites to link customers to online sellers like Amazon. Amazon told ...

Game time set for Mesa’s regional playoff game

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The Mesa State College men’s basketball team plays Winona State (Minn.) University at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday in the first round of the Central Region tournament in Mankato, Minn. Mesa State (22-5) received the No. 2 seed in the first ...

SustainAbility: Getting green financially

By Adele Israel

After a rough winter, I’m in the process of making some sustainable changes in my financial life. More than a year ago, Green America launched a campaign called “Break Up With Your Bank” targeting mega-banking ...

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