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Printed letters, Jan. 27, 2011

By Staff

I would hope the recent news about the abortionist in Pennsylvania — he doesn’t deserve to be called a doctor — will reveal to all the horror of abortion. How many other women died or were left traumatized by their ...


Mixed economic signals keep forecasters guessing

By The Daily Sentinel

There was brighter economic news this week. Economists now believe the economy will grow faster in the coming year than they had anticipated just three months ago, according to an Associated Press survey. Great. Now what about jobs? Not so ...


E-mail letters, Jan. 27, 2011

By Staff

Cutting school breakfast funds was unreasonable and callous In one of the most inexplicable votes this early in the legislative session, the Joint Budget Committee   failed to spend an additional $124,00 or 30 cents a day to feed the ...


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All Pets Center offers special book for homeless pets

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

All Pets Center is selling a creative children’s book that will not only educate kids about pet overpopulation but also benefit Mesa County’s Project PUP’s. “A Forever Family, A Puppy’s Tale,” by Michelle ...


GOP wants to repeal Colo. online tax law

By The AP

DENVER — Republican state lawmakers say a federal judge’s decision to block a Colorado law affecting larger out-of-state, online retailers shows it’s unconstitutional and should be repealed. Judge Robert Blackburn said the ...


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Report: English court rejects murder suspect’s appeal, OKs extradition

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A professional poker player accused of killing his wife in western Colorado in 1997 reportedly has been cleared to stand trial in the U.S., ending a drawn-out extradition battle in his home country of England. The Kidderminster Shuttle ...


Initial jobless claims in U.S. rose last week to 454,000

By The AP

NEW YORK — Stock indexes were headed for a flat opening Thursday after the government said that more people applied for unemployment benefits last week. First-time applications for unemployment rose to 454,000, the highest level since ...


Skier dead after found in trees at Keystone

By The AP

KEYSTONE — The Summit County coroner says a skier is dead after being found in the trees off a run at Keystone ski resort. Coroner Joanne Richardson said today that Jennifer Agule of Breckenridge was found during sweeping operations at ...


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Over the Top: Packers gear

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob has a no-tolerance policy when it comes to Super Bowl gear.  ...


Police seek witnesses in fatal D 1/2 Road crash

By Staff

Grand Junction police are hoping for the public’s help in piecing together the events that led up to a fatal crash that happened just after midnight on Wednesday, Jan. 19 on D 1/2 Rd. Police have identified the second passenger in the ...


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