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Printed letters, Nov. 30, 2010

By Staff

There was a house fire on the Redlands at 4 a.m. on Nov. 13. The fire departments did an amazing job of responding almost immediately upon being called. Fire officials efficiently set up their light tower, got the next four fire trucks and ...

Taxed with uncertainty

By The Daily Sentinel

Government inaction may be preferable to overzealous legislation, as several business leaders said in a Daily Sentinel article Sunday. But inaction on tax policy is creating uncertainty for businesses, individuals and investors. A month from ...

Water demand complicates shale prospects

By {screen_name}

It’s likely that the nation’s oil shale states have enough water to start an energy industry based on the rock, but it would soon have to compete with downstream demands, cities and towns and endangered fish, a government report ...


Month’s Best Photos for November 2010

By Staff

All the fine photos taken during the month of November 2010.  ...

McDaniels says he’s not focused on his job status

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — Josh McDaniels says he’s not worried that the Denver Broncos’ embarrassing issues both on and off the field might cost him his job because the decision is out of his hands. The Broncos’ second-year coach ...

GOP lawmakers say they’re not bound by FASTER

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Republican lawmakers say they won’t be bound by transportation projects approved by Democratic Gov. Bill Ritter as part of his FASTER transportation program. State officials disagreed today, saying the state ...


Calendars another way to anticipate Christmas

By Melinda Mawdsley

Advent isn’t a religious holiday celebrated only in a church or with a wreath and candles. Advent calendars, seen in stores or made at home, also are a way to anticipate Christmas. Most Advent calendars have 24 spaces in which items ...

Trial resumes for man charged in Smart abduction

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Defense attorneys called a string of witnesses today to support an insanity defense for the man charged in the 2002 kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart. Utah State Hospital therapist Gregory Porter testified that he was ...

County OKs fairground improvements

By {screen_name}

Mesa County commissioners this morning approved an $820,000 contract to implement a series of improvements at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. The project includes the construction of a new 17,550-square-foot metal barn to replace the six old ...

Man injured in I-70 rollover

By {screen_name}

A man was injured and westbound Interstate 70 was shut down briefly this morning following a rollover accident near the Horizon Drive exit, Grand Junction police said. The accident happened around 5:10 a.m. when a pickup heading west on I-70 ...

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