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Palisade to retain bluegrass festival

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Despite losing nearly $50,000 in the Palisade Bluegrass and Roots Festival’s first three years, the town of Palisade will sponsor the summer music event again next year — this time with an improved marketing effort to boost ...


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Oprah taps ex-Bronco Vance Johnson for an encore

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PARACHUTE — Vance Johnson, a voluble wide receiver for the Denver Broncos known for speed on the field and later for baring himself as a spousal abuser to Oprah Winfrey, was unsure he was ready to do it all again. The Oprah thing, that ...


Second indicted doctor jailed in Florida Keys

By Paul Shockley

A second former western Colorado doctor who was indicted federally on suspicion of prescription fraud was arrested Wednesday at his home in Florida, authorities said. Dr. Eric Peper, 53, of Summerland Key, Fla., was arrested without incident ...


Suit: Woman was a victim of physician

By Amy Hamilton

Cedaredge resident David Gwinn filed a civil lawsuit in 2010 claiming Dr. Sam Jahani killed his 39-year-old wife, Kelly Gwinn, by prescribing her too many medications. Jahani and his former associate, Dr. Eric Peper, were indicted earlier ...


GJ Parks and Recreation department all about fun

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction Parks and Recreation department tries to offer something for everyone, even if that someone is a clown. One of the more unique programs this fall is clowning, with Lorie Gregor teaching people how to become a ...


Printed letters, Aug. 10, 2011

By Staff

Although The Daily Sentinel’s July 31 story about the Department of Energy’s uranium leasing program quoted a government official saying that “it’s absolutely untrue” that a lawsuit from conservationists compelled ...


Prescriptions for change at the federal, state and local levels

By Rick Wagner

It was quite a week on Wall Street for us fat cats who have 401(k) plans, mutual funds and pensions. But we’re not worried. We live in a country that spends 143 percent of its income, so surely this is just a little bump in the ...


Tipton refuses to sit on sidelines

By The Daily Sentinel

The future of the oil shale industry won’t be determined at a congressional field hearing that 3rd District Rep. Scott Tipton has arranged to be held in Grand Junction Aug. 24. As David Abelson, of the conservation organization Western ...


A cheesey recall effort

By The Daily Sentinel

The $31 million spent on Wisconsin’s state-Senate recall efforts this summer has not been much of an economic boost for the average cheesehead, unless they worked for political advertising agencies or media outlets that ran the ads. But ...


Chipeta Ladies League Golf Results August 10, 2011

By Staff

Chipeta Ladies' League - August 10, 2011 Ladies Two Person Scramble T1st Christy D., Vicki M 29 T1st Connie O., Robin ...


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