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General contractor named new Club 20 director

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The Club 20 Executive Committee this afternoon announced that Western Slope native Bonnie Petersen will become the new executive director of Club 20. Petersen, who will begin in her position Feb. 23, takes over for Reeves Brown, who left the ...

More snow for Colo. mountains, Denver area

By The AP

DENVER — An arctic blast is bringing frigid temperatures, wind and snow to Colorado. Powderhorn Ski Area reported 14 inches today, as did Steamboat Ski and Resort, and the Aspen Highlands and Beaver Creek ski areas both reported ...

Undocumented students can be ASSET

By Bill Grant

In a state that has to import college graduates to meets its needs for an educated work force, and which needs to find new support for higher education, what is not to like about a bill that could enroll as many as 900 students in advanced ...

Printed letters, Feb. 9, 2011

By Staff

City’s acts worrisome regarding industry We are very concerned the way that the city of Grand Junction is conducting business lately. City Council members made the unilateral decision to have the fire department handle the ambulance ...

An administrative decision

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County should have a permanent county administrator overseeing day-to-day operations of the county, not relegate those administrative duties to the county commissioners. We have argued that for some time, and now Interim County ...

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Animal hospital seeking ugly dogs

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Tiara Rado Animal Hospital is looking for the ugliest dog in the Grand Valley. The animal hospital kicked-off the contest Tuesday morning and is taking entries on their Facebook page at Friends of the ...

Web Headline

By Staff

Moab Community Theater “Vipassana, the Musical,” original play, 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, Feb. 11–12, 18–19, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 13, Star Hall, Moab, Utah, $10,, 435-259-4811. Grand ...

Colo. bill takes aim at ballot initiative process

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado House has tentatively approved a bill lawmakers say will make the state’s ballot initiative process more transparent. The House approved House Bill 1072 on an initial voice vote today. It would require that a ...

Western Valley Family Practice, PC

By Staff

Western Valley Family Practice opened our doors in Fruita in 1980 with one physician and 2 staff members. To meet the growing need for healthcare in the valley we opened a second location on the Redlands in 1984, which provides both routine ...

Uranium mill challenged in court

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An environmental organization filed suit in state court in Denver saying that the process used to approve the proposed Piñon Ridge uranium mill in Montrose County violated federal law. The suit filed by the Sheep Mountain Alliance ...

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