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Protesters don’t want conscience clause cut

By {screen_name}

About 40 people gathered in front of St. Mary’s Hospital on Monday, rallying in support of laws allowing health-care professionals to opt out of certain procedures, such as abortion or euthanasia. Protesters said elimination of the ...


Briefs: Local Sports March 31, 2009

By Staff

College Baseball • Mesa ranked fourth in national poll The Mesa State College baseball team keeps winning, yet stays put in the national rankings. The Mavericks (28-5, 18-2 RMAC) are ranked fourth in the Collegiate Baseball ...


An unsatisfactory resolution to Fine-Gallagher murders

By The Daily Sentinel

Barring some unexpected future revelation — say a newly discovered letter from Stefan Martin-Urban — we will probably never know why Martin-Urban shot and killed Grand Junction dentist Terry Fine and retired teacher Flo Gallagher ...


Bill Grant Column March 31, 2009

By Bill Grant

There she goes again. Mesa County Commissioner Janet Rowland, playing to the lowest civic common denominator, has suggested that Mesa County should find a way to “re-Bruce.” This after the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that the ...


Bus stop?

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s not hard to understand the frustration of Grand Junction Mayor Gregg Palmer with respect to Grand Valley Transit. Four years after the city asked officials with the local bus service to look at other sources of funding — ...


Death Notices: March 31, 2009

By Staff

•  Helen Anne Campbell, 71, Delta, died March 29, 2009, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. Services will be later this year, with burial in Saguache Cemetery in Saguache. Mrs. Campbell was a homemaker. Survivors include her ...


Bitter cold takes toll on peaches

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Days after a freeze killed off most or all of the Grand Valley’s apricots, Palisade growers on Monday took a sucker punch where it hurts the most: in their cash crop. One farmer reported that commercial fruit growers in the east end of ...


County to get cash for energy projects from stimulus plan

By Staff

The county got an energy jolt from the feds on Monday. Mesa County has been authorized $359,800 in federal stimulus dollars to spend on energy-saving projects that could cost as much as $1.2 million. The energy-saving projects began last ...


Gas board to delay rules on federal land

By Dennis Webb

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is preparing to delay the May 1 deadline to implement its new drilling rules on federal land. In addition, rules scheduled to take effect on private lands on Wednesday continue to await the ...


Blotter: March 31, 2009

By Staff

Stabbing victim in hospital • A man who was stabbed during a fight at about 7:30 p.m. in a Pear Park neighborhood on Sunday night remains in a local hospital with serious injuries, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s ...


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