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Life at the intersection of ‘beauty’ and ‘bread’

By Jim Spehar

“Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in where nature may heal and cheer and give strength to the body and soul.” — John Muir. “Remind me to Google that,” I said to Bonnie as we ...

A sick policy

By The Daily Sentinel

Very few companies in the private sector — if any — allow workers to accrue several months worth of sick days, then give their employees what amounts to a cash bonus for those unused sick days when they retire or ...

Cleaner, cheaper bus power

By The Daily Sentinel

Congratulations to Grand Valley Transit, which will soon put into service its first two buses that are fueled by compressed natural gas. It could have eight more operating before long, if a Mesa County grant application is approved. Natural ...

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Blood drive sponsored by MOMS Club

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The MOMS Club of Grand Junction West kicked-off their newly-reformed group with a blood drive at Kidzplex Monday morning. MOMS is an acronym meaning Moms Offering Moms Support and is a group which coordinates a variety of activities for ...

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On par? While stereotypes abound, ball golf and disc golf aren’t so fairway

By Rachel Sauer

Consider history’s great conflicts: Greece vs. Persia. Beowulf vs. Grendel. Lakers vs. Celtics. Batman vs. Ra’s al Ghul. And, of course, snowboarding vs. skiing. Some conflicts mellow with time or are lost to the faded past ...

Palisade football drops six spots in media poll

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Palisade dropped to No. 8 in the Denver Post Class 3A Media Poll after its loss to Battle Mountain last weekend. The Bulldogs (5-1) were ranked second for three consecutive weeks. This is the lowest Palisade has been ranked since the ...

Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results October 10, 2011

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - October 10, 2011 Five & Four - 9 Hole Winners 2nd Flight 1st Stephany Sewell 2nd Flight 2nd Dixie ...

Boulder considers ban or fee for plastic bags

By The AP

BOULDER — Boulder is considering a ban on plastic shopping bags at supermarkets and convenience stores or a mandatory fee for using them. The City Council will consider the measures Tuesday. The Daily Camera reported Monday that ...

More tents pitched at Denver’s Wall Street protest

By The AP

DENVER — The number of tents and makeshift shelters at Denver’s version of the Occupy Wall Street protest has grown to about 20 despite a warning from officers not to camp on the site. The protesters were set up Sunday on a grassy ...

Lochmiller witness hopes deal means probation

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The executive assistant who worked with many investors at failed Valley Investments is seeking probation instead of a prison sentence. Shawnee Carver, who testified against Valley Investments owner Philip Rand Lochmiller in his trial in July, ...

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