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Forest Service must act to save spruce forests

By Staff

Frequent travelers on Interstate 70 through the Colorado mountains have become inured to the specter of lodgepole pines turned red by the invasion of the bark beetle. The disturbing picture of the red death of the lodgepoles is now ...

City needs to present down-to-Earth public safety plan

By Denny Herzog

One might think that after a requisite number of years on this earth that certain things would finally be understandable. With age comes perceived wisdom. Long after teens are out of the nest, we finally understand that the inexplicable and ...

Area births and marriages, through Jan. 14

By Staff

— Births St. Mary’s Hospital: Ernie Grothe and Kendra Howe, Mack, a son, Dec. 21. Michael and Janell Roberts, Fruita, a daughter, Jan. 5. Mike and Desiree Mavros, Grand Junction, a son, Jan. 6. David and Jamie Snodgrass, ...

E-mail letters, Jan. 25, 2010

By Staff

Letter was unkind and self-righteous The letter to the editor by Jodie Wright is unkind, self-righteous and blind to the issue of the suffering of innocents. There are no satisfactory answers to the problem, but it seems to me that our best ...

Printed letters, Jan. 26, 2010

By Staff

U.S. works for peace, terrorists spread hate While the kind, generous people of the United States of America give so much to the world, the terrorists of Islamic faith continue their hateful ways. While the United States tried to establish ...

Local group, BLM work together to care for wild horses, avoid protests

By Melinda Mawdsley

A symbol of the wild West still flourishes in Mesa County. Bands of wild horses populate 10 Western states, including a 36,113-acre range northeast of Grand Junction. There, amid sagebrush parks, rugged canyons, steep cliffs and hills ...

2 local doctors, 2 views on dying health care bill

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Blame for the death of health care legislation in Congress can be placed at the feet of both political parties and at those of President Obama, said a Grand Junction physician who has urged that the system be changed. “This is a chapter ...

Elderly Orchard Mesa fire victim dies

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Richard Williams, his wife and their daughter made their regular stop at his mother’s Orchard Mesa home Saturday afternoon, emptying trash bins, tidying up her home and making her some sandwiches. Three hours later, a neighbor noticed ...

Death Notices, Jan. 25, 2010

By Staff

LeRoy E. Erickson, 76, Fruita, died Jan. 22, 2010, at his home. Visitation will be from noon to 1 p.m. today at Fruita Christian Church. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at the church. Burial will follow at New Elmwood Cemetery. Mr. Erickson ...

Making waves: El Pomar Natatorium a hit among Snowflake Open participants

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Rebecca Carcaterra of Team Sopris had the same reaction many of the swimmers had at the Snowflake Open at El Pomar Natatorium on the campus of Mesa State College. When she arrived for the two-day event Saturday, Carcaterra said many of her ...

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