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Printed letters, June 8, 2011

By Staff

Apparently Dr. Michael Pramenko didn’t get the memo. His latest May 19 op-ed in The Daily Sentinel ignores a trend that is crucial to the future quality of medicine in this country. As current president of the Colorado Medical Society, ...


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Tipton’s staff largess demands explanation

By The Daily Sentinel

For a man who campaigned as a hard-core fiscal conservative — who told people in Colorado that no one should expect to be immune from his efforts to trim the federal budget — it’s disappointing to see that Republican 3rd ...


SustainAbility: Relying on printed material

By Adele Israel

The electronic age is in full swing so there is no need to be buried in an avalanche of paper anymore. You can reduce clutter and improve the environment by choosing electronic delivery instead of relying on printed material. Most companies ...


Hold that needle: New oral therapy could help milk allergy sufferers

By Guest Columnist

By G.J. Honda When our youngest daughter was born, we spent the first week of her life trying to find nourishment for her that didn’t upset her stomach. We tried everything from breast-feeding to regular formula and soy. Nothing helped. ...


Homegrown: Feral cats

By Dennis Hill

I live between two or three people who feed and water feral cats. We are in a rural area, so the cats have lots of hiding places and seem to prefer under my front porch. I have a small flower garden plot where I lose almost every plant I put ...


Health briefs: Free tests offered at Walgreens, Blood Donor Day

By Staff

Free health tests offered at Walgreens The AARP/Walgreens Wellness Tour will come to the Western Slope on Thursday through Sunday, offering six free health tests valued at $100. The tests are total cholesterol level, blood pressure, bone ...


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New display at college library examines women in medicine

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Mesa State College’s Tomlinson Library will honor women in medicine and reflect the changing face of the medical field this summer, with their first display from the American Library Association in more than 25 years. “Changing ...


Ariz. wildfire sends smoke, haze into other states

By The AP

SPRINGERVILLE, Ariz. — Smoke from a large wildfire burning in the scenic mountain towns of eastern Arizona stretched into nearby states, creating hazy conditions in Iowa and prompting officials to issue health advisories today for the ...


Chipeta Ladies League Golf Results June 7, 2011

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - June 7, 2011 Black Tees 1st Gross Joanne Lowe 38 2nd Gross Christy Davidson 39 3rd Gross Vicki ...


Chipeta Men’s League Golf Results June 7, 2011

By Staff

Chipeta Men's League - June 7, 2011 Yellow Tees - Front 9 1st Gross Chad Lewis 31 2nd Gross Todd Zapf 32 3rd Gross Gary ...


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