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New report compares Mesa County health with most other Colorado counties

By Amy Hamilton

A newly released national report has given Mesa County health officials one more way to measure the health of county residents. The report, released by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson ...


City’s attempt to get off water list uncommon

By Emily Shockley

The city of Grand Junction’s attempt to get Juniata Reservoir removed from a list of “impaired” waters in Colorado is a rare pursuit, according to City Water Services Manager Rick Brinkman. “We’re breaking new ...


Blotter, Feb. 23, 2010

By Staff

Man accused of sex assault Jose De Jesus Zavala-Hernandez, 70, was arrested on a 2002 warrant on suspicion of sexually assaulting a girl and sexual assault by a person in a position of trust for an incident that allegedly occurred in ...


Ritter seeks $55M for projects in state’s forests

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Gov. Bill Ritter is pressing the federal government for $55 million for forest-management projects in Colorado. Ritter asked for the funding when he met in Washington, D.C., with Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Interior Secretary Ken ...


Grand Junction Regional Airport nets $5M for concrete work

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Grand Junction Regional Airport is slated to receive a $5 million federal grant to replace a concrete air carrier ramp at the west end of the airport. Mesa County commissioners on Monday signed off on a grant agreement with the Federal ...


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Grand Junction golf courses itching to open

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Grand Valley golf courses puttering through one of the longest winters in recent memory are inching closer to opening, although the weekend snowfall halted a trend of snowmelt on the fairways and greens. The back nine holes at Chipeta Golf ...


Mesa County donates buses for disabled

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Mesa County commissioners on Monday agreed to donate four decommissioned Grand Valley Transit buses to Mesa Developmental Services, which finds itself facing an emergency transportation need. The nonprofit says it needs the buses to ...


E-mail letters, Feb. 22, 2010

By Staff

Constitutional measure needed for stream access Letters to the Sentinel objecting to HB 1188 assume that owners of land adjacent to Colorado’s streams always have had a right to deny other citizens access to the water. Actually, the ...


Forensic research center will be key part of college’s expanding mission

By Denny Herzog

I once read a book about dead bodies, with the clever title “Stiff.” I’m not sure what that says about my reading habits, but that’s not the point. In it, there’s a chapter about the Forensic Anthropological ...


Free speech wins over Amendment 54

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado voters who were paying attention in the autumn of 2008 should not be surprised by Monday’s news out of Denver. The Colorado Supreme Court has found Amendment 54 unconstitutional. The measure prohibited campaign contributions ...


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