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SustainAbility: Web conference

By Adele Israel

I just learned about some exciting initiatives taking place in our state by participating in my first Web conference hosted by the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado. You may recall that this is the group responsible for organizing six ...


Tiger Woods has proved himself to be all too human

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Golfers like to watch Tiger Woods because there, but for the grace of God, a Nike Sasquatch driver and a golf ball molded to his precise personal tastes, go they. Or so golfers like to think, anyway. Really, there are those who can hit as ...


‘You Said It’ shows its age, but may yet be revitalized

By Staff

During its eight-year life, “You Said It” has inspired a song, earned a special section all its own and prompted spirited community debate. Lately, however, it’s been short on good humor and long on vitriol. If readers want ...


Incremental steps better than monster health bill

By The Daily Sentinel

Among the most recent dust-ups regarding the massive health care reform bill awaiting action in the Senate was a demand late last week by labor leaders that Democrtas eliminate the tax on so-called “Cadillac” health insurance ...


Medical malpractice suits are not the cause of high health care costs

By Staff

If I had an ounce of decency, I would apologize. I’m an attorney accused of driving health care costs up because we file medical malpractice cases. But before my mea culpa, let’s examine attorneys’ contributions to rising ...


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Event offers opportunity to learn more about Hanukkah

By Melinda Mawdsley

Hanukkah started with a family, and Grand Junction resident Cynthia Lebowitz wants to keep family as the holiday celebration’s emphasis. The traditional view of Hanukkah’s origins can be traced back to the Maccabees, a Jewish ...


Calendar: Dec. 11-17

By Staff

FRIDAY, DEC. 11 Story time, Collbran Branch, Mesa County Libraries, 111 Main St., Collbran, 10:30 a.m., 487-3545. Gallery exhibit opening reception, Creamery Arts Center, 165 W. Bridge St., Hotchkiss, Carol Ann Rasmussen displays sculpture ...


Gift ideas (for her) for less than $20

By Ivy Parnasius

The holidays are just around the corner, so here are some fun gift ideas for her that won’t break the bank. Fingerless gloves — These funky gloves can be worn with most anything and layered for extra warmth. Tote Bag — For ...


If you like chocolate and walking, you’ve got choices

By Staff

Chocolate makes the holidays even better. The Grand Junction Chocolate Walk will be at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11. The historical walking tour of Main Street and Art on the Corner begins at Enstrom’s. Cost is $10 for ages 12 and older ...


Art on the corner: ‘Mesquite Lovers Bench’

By Staff

SCULPTURE: “Mesquite Lovers Bench” is one of five benches or seats in this year’s exhibit. It is in front of First Class Travel on the south side of the 400 block of Main Street. ARTIST: Ira Wiesenfeld of Tucson, ...


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