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TABOR and health care exchanges point to pressure on pols to act

By Rick Wagner

They were the best of laws; they were the worst of laws. That’s about as far as I can torture Dickens without causing a problem with readers who love literature. What I’m talking about are two laws that are contentious and seem ...


Sarmo says so long

By The Daily Sentinel

Tim Sarmo’s five years as Palisade town administrator have included some major changes for the town, and some stormy times, as well. Through it all, Sarmo has remained a quiet professional administrator, a booster for the town and its ...


Printed letters, July 14, 2011

By Staff

Newcomers must respect traditions of the valley Once again I read the “You Said It” column with both amusement and a little anger. Where do all these people come from who want to change everything in this valley? It would seem ...


Tiara Rado Evening Ladies Club Golf Results July 13, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Evening Ladies' League - July 13, 2011 Point Par - Flight 1 1st Wendy Uttke 86 T2nd Christine Davidson 78 T2nd June ...


Adobe Creek Sr Men’s League July 13, 2011

By Staff

Adobe Creek Senior Men's League - July 13, 2011 First Flight T1st Ron Boyce   T1st Tom Keenan   T1st David ...


Part of canyon bike path reopened

By Dennis Webb

The Colorado Department of Transportation has reopened the popular Glenwood Canyon bike path as far east as the Grizzly Creek Rest Area at Exit 121 of Interstate 70, the agency says. While the segment between the path’s west end at ...


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Mass stabbing suspect arrested; claims he can’t recall crime

By Paul Shockley

A military veteran diagnosed with deployment-related mental health disorders claimed during a law enforcement interview he has no memory of wielding a hammer and stabbing four people who were celebrating July 4 fireworks, which apparently ...


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Flea market on North Avenue

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Several vendors from the Grand Junction Flea Market and Swap Meet on South Seventh Street have moved some merchandise to North Avenue in an effort to advertise the weekend meet. “There are a lot of people who still don’t know that ...


Insider’s guide to mid-summer fishing in the Gunnison Basin

By Guest Columnist

By JOEL EVANS GUNNISON — The summer fishing is very good on the Gunnison River. Mark Williams of Dan’s Fly Shop in downtown Gunnison said the best fishing now and for a few weeks is the Neversink and Coopers Ranch section of the ...


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Trail users can give back with committee service

By Dave Buchanan

Sometimes, you have give a little to enjoy a lot. A lot of trails, in this case, and giving means volunteering for the area’s State Trails Committee. The district committees are part of the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife, and ...


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