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Ideology won’t solve health care crisis, but community cooperation could

By Guest Columnist

In the cacophony of criticism and crowing that has followed the opinion of the Supreme Court on the Affordable Care Act (or “Obamacare”, depending on your partisan affiliation), I offer a still, small voice to note that, actually, ...


Shared sacrifice needed in dangerous drought

By The Daily Sentinel

As this was being written Friday afternoon, the Pine Ridge Fire near De Beque had torched more than 12,000 acres of mostly sagebrush and juniper country. Interstate 70 had been temporarily closed Thursday night and Friday as the fire spread ...


Shrewdness or luck: Obamacare may result in better market-driven system

By Jay Seaton

I am not much of a conspiracy theorist, but the United States Supreme Court on Thursday carefully placed the seal of approval on what may be the most shrewd political maneuvering in modern history. There were so many machinations and ...


Avalon Theatre is the ballpark of our cultural community

By Krystyn Hartman

Colorado ranks fifth in the nation for concentration of creative talent. Only New York, California, Massachusetts and Vermont place higher, according to a “State of Colorado’s Creative Economy” report by the Alliance for ...


Printed letters, July 1, 2012

By Staff

The wild land fire situation is serious, with several large fires burning across Colorado. Contributing factors for this include a low-snowfall winter and a drier than normal spring, an early fire season and fire severity indicators that ...


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Western to honor former champ Bower

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To this day, Gene Bower looks back and wonders how he did it. The 72-year-old was once a full-time student and three-sport athlete at Western State College. “I look back on that and wonder myself how I made the academic part of ...


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Grand Valley female wrestler pursuing Olympic aspirations

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She climbed trees when she was little and playfully fought her two younger brothers. It was only natural for Cody Pfau to wrestle. She wanted to try it the day she watched others wrestling. “We gave her the option of doing it,” ...


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GJ Rockies end three-game skid

By Staff

A big second inning and a bullish bullpen allowed the Grand Junction Rockies to snap a three-game losing streak with a 9-6 victory over the Orem Owlz in Pioneer League baseball Saturday night in Orem, Utah. After the Owlz (4-9) reached ...


Gray Gourmet, July 1, 2012

By Staff

Monday — Egg and sausage bake, three-bean salad, peas and carrots, orange wedges, mini bran muffin. Tuesday — Baked potato with broccoli, cheese and bacon bits, tossed salad, cranberry gelatin. Wednesday — Closed for ...


Your Town, July 1, 2012

By Tammy Gemaehlich

It was my intention to slide in a thought or two, but Your Town’s thriving community clubs and organizations will be doing all the talking this week, leaving me just a little space to wish all a happy, and safe, Fourth of ...


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