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021210 Palisade Sign Mojo

Town of Palisade unveils new street signs

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Town of Palisade unveiled their newest improvement to the city Friday afternoon. New street signs were placed at the corner of West Third and Main Streets, at the crux of Palisade’s downtown business district. The new signs are ...


Olympic luger dies after crash during training (WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO)

By The AP

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — A men’s Olympic luger from the country of Georgia died Friday after a high-speed crash on a track that is the world’s fastest and has raised safety concerns among competitors. A tearful IOC ...


Politics getting gassed

By The Daily Sentinel

For the third straight election cycle, rules governing oil and gas drilling in this state are front and center in Colorado’s political campaigns. But the issue has changed dramatically. Four years ago, demand for tougher environmental ...


Printed letters, Feb. 14, 2010

By Staff

In its editorial urging local legislators to sit and watch while jobs are lost at the Cameo Power Plant, The Daily Sentinel misses the vital point at hand: Xcel is closing the plant in substantial response to the Climate Action Plan developed ...


Music Scene, Feb. 12, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Bluegrass on skis? The Infamous Stringdusters are in the midst of their Ski Tour 2010 and will provide apr├Ęs ski entertainment at 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, at Mesa Theater and Club, 538 Main St. The band out of Nashville, Tenn., has ...


Fly-tying seminar Saturday at Western Anglers

By Dave Buchanan

A free fly-tying seminar at 10 a.m. Saturday at Western Anglers Fly Shop, 413 Main, features Ben Olson, manager of Black Canyon Anglers. Olson will be demonstrating new techniques he uses for tying some patterns he has developed for high ...


Legislature makes it harder for businesses to grow and create new jobs

By Guest Columnist

Businesses across the state have recently been taken by surprise and alarmed by a package of bills that were proposed by the governor and will be passed by the Legislature in less than three weeks.  The bills were aimed at helping to fill ...


Survey provided an inaccurate report of sheepherders’ lives, treatment

By Guest Columnist

I normally don’t reply to something I feel is as biased and unscientific as the recent survey H-2A sheepherders done by Tom Acker, a professor at Mesa State College, and Jennifer Lee, of Colorado Legal Services. I never read such ...


House panel clears King in ethics probe

By Charles Ashby

A House Ethics Committee voted unanimously today that Rep. Steve King had not intended to “double-dip” from his campaign account and state mileage reimbursements for the same expenses. But the five-member panel said the Grand ...


It should be no secret that Main Street outlets are open

By Bob Silbernagel

January, to put it mildly, was not very mild in the Grand Valley. The wintry weather added to the woes facing businesses on the western half of Grand Junction’s Main Street, where work crews began tearing up the pavement in ...


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