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How about putting transportation back in the transportation bill?

By Krystyn Hartman

Well, well, well, what a surprise. Our diligent U.S. House and Senate failed to agree on a transportation bill by the April 1 deadline, opting for yet another — as in ninth — extension of the 2005 bill. The extension, or Surface ...

Printed letters, April 8, 2012

By Staff

I approve of the column by Gail Collins printed March 30. Daily we are reminded of the violence occurring in our society. In my opinion, much of this is related to the negative influence of the National Rifle Association, which has bombarded ...

Time to sow ag reform

By The Daily Sentinel

Later this month, the Senate Agriculture Committee will take up the 2012 Farm Bill, to extend federal farm programs, as well as food stamps, for another five years. Based on news reports and politicians’ statements, there is an ...

Fair offers summer job, learning opportunities for teens

By {screen_name}

More than 30 exhibitors will offer information about summer learning and employment opportunities for local kids Monday at the Summer Youth Education/Employment Fair. The free fair will take place between 4 and 7 p.m. in the Bookcliff Middle ...


Are you a Christian?

By Rachel Sauer

Labels are easy: He’s this, you’re that, she’s something else altogether. It’s a simple thing, a label — just a word, a collection of letters and sounds. But what does it mean? To say it is one thing, to be it is ...


Discover top talent at Gateway Canyons retreat

By Sherida Warner

You won’t have to travel far this month to discover the epicenter of the art quilt world. Five industry luminaries will converge once again to share their expertise at the Alegre Retreat at Gateway Canyons Resort. It’s a mere 45 ...

Keep your pets safe from mosquitoes, heartworm disease

By Tom and Tara Suplizio

The first days of spring are upon us, and along with warmer weather and longer days, we’ve already noticed one of spring’s more undesirable consequences. Mosquitoes have already shown up in and around our house, which got us ...


Easter: A time of rebirth and the return of spring

By Rachel Sauer

Every year, the miracle — the buds, the flowers, the wild eruption of color. There’s life in the capricious breezes, in the persistent sun, in the blaze of Earth renewed. There is rebirth. In spring, on Easter, what had seemed ...

Book notes, April 8, 2012

By Ann Wright

Free writing class offered Women Writing for (a) Change is offering a free Spring Sampler Class. The class will be from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Heart of Junction Church, 755 N. Fourth St. To reserve a space for the class, call ...


1 dead after semi smacks turning vehicle

By Rachel Sauer

One man died in a two-vehicle accident early Saturday at the intersection of F Road and Interstate 70 Business. The man, whose identity has not been released, was a passenger in a red 2000 Saturn sedan traveling west on I-70B at 12:10 a.m. ...

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