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Auditors say Colo. pension plan recovering

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s state pension fund is back on track toward solvency after state lawmakers became the first in the nation to cut retiree benefits to prevent its pension system from going broke. Thomas Cavanaugh, an actuary for ...


E-mail letters, Aug. 16, 2010

By Staff

Government must prioritize just as families have to do I see there is considerable concern that Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101 will severely restrict the tax revenues to our municipalities. We have heard before of the dire ...


UPDATE: More rain headed for valley; flood warning in effect

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An already soaked Grand Valley could be in store for more heavy rain this afternoon and evening, as another series of storms is pushing across eastern Utah and western Colorado. The National Weather Service in Grand Junction has issued a ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results August 16-17, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - August 16-17, 2010 Championship-Flight 1 1st Gross Lynn Liljenberg 161 2nd Gross Shirley ...


Palisade, library district go for $1 million grant

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The town of Palisade and the Mesa County Public Library District have applied for nearly $1 million in state grant funding to continue renovating the former Palisade High School. The money would help pay for a new Palisade branch library, a ...


Community action required to improve school test results

By Denny Herzog

Here’s the mea culpa, right up front: I have been among those who have been critical of School District 51 every time it released standardized test scores that showed the district to be less than the state average or when the scores ...


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Dyeing just a part of life for fabric artists

By Sherida Warner

When a group of art quilters assembles for a fabric dyeing session, the scene soon can look shockingly like a hog-butchering operation. Heavy plastic tarps cover utility tables, and those dyeing their yards of cloth raise stained arms to ...


Buy mosque property to halt offensive project

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama’s mixed-message musings on the $100 million proposed mosque and Islamic center two blocks from Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan have done nothing but further aggravate an already contentious issue. He would have done ...


Printed letters, August 17, 2010

By Staff

There has been plenty of debate recently about Secretary of State Bernie Buescher’s request for a waiver to exempt Colorado from sending ballots to overseas military voters 45 days before the election. I write because this exemption ...


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Summer storm, Aug. 16, 2010

By Staff

Several short but intense storms dumped rain and small hail on Grand Junction Monday afternoon.  ...


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