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Printed letters, June 1, 2011

By Staff

The Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority is on its way to creating a major roadblock for general aviation businesses. Today’s economic climate has already created enough problems for companies trying to do business in general ...


Honoring the memory of Zulema Flores Smith

By The Daily Sentinel

When state health authorities and elected officials gather in Ignacio Thursday, the main order of business will be to discuss health disparities that result in afflictions affecting various ethnic groups differently. But the Colorado ...


Pinon Ridge mill can help meet needs safely

By The Daily Sentinel

The Pinon Ridge uranium mill — the first new uranium processing facility in the United States in decades — could be operational by the end of next year. That is, if Energy Fuels Resources, the company developing the mill, can ...


Iowa Western stays alive

By Patrick Bahr

In Game 11 of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series Iowa Western defeated Grayson County (Texas) 3-2. The Vikings led 2-0 in the bottom of the ninth inning, but brought in closer Jake Abbott after eight shutout innings pitched by Zach ...


Colorado Supreme Court affirms water court ruling

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Supreme Court is affirming a water court’s ruling over water rights being sought to serve about 50,000 people in Arapahoe County. As part of a project with the East Cherry Creek Valley Water and Sanitation ...


Colo. reports 5 spots test positive for cattle STD

By The AP

DENVER — State agriculture officials say that as of Friday, there have been five locations in Colorado that tested positive for a disease that can cause fertility problems in cows. The venereal disease called bovine trichomoniasis can ...


060111 Lake Powell report

It’s striper time at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,622 asl                 Water Temperature: 60-65 degrees F PAGE, Ariz. – The big news this week is that stripers are now being caught in big numbers at the mouth of Lake ...


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Magician kicks off library reading program

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Magician Ann Lincoln said the magic words that kicked off the Mesa County Libraries Summer Reading Program Tuesday morning at the Palisade Branch Library. Lincoln’s performance received oohs and ahhs from both children and adults ...


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Beekeeper numbers buzzing as hobby, benefit to community

By Rachel Sauer

She was a study in “if at first you don’t succeed…” with her repeated passes at the hive. Flying in looping, dizzy figure-eights, the heave-ho of her efforts was almost audible. Maybe this time? Aiming for a small ...


Student Spotlight: May 30, 2011

By Staff

Amanda Woomer of Fruita graduated May 14 from Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. # # # Area graduates have been named recipients of a scholarship from the Cindy Watson Scholarship Foundation, given by Cindy Watson, owner and founder of the ...


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