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Printed letters, August 21, 2011

By Staff

No shooting range at Horsethief Canyon Scott Tipton and the Colorado Mule Deer Association (CMDA) are proposing to construct a modern public shooting range in Mesa County. I support the need to reduce the dispersed shooting that now ...

What do we want?

By The Daily Sentinel

Try to imagine the days when the first settlers worked to make a life in this valley. The burden of working the land, building shelter, tending livestock and raising children was likely overwhelming. Those early settlers worked hard to provide ...

Oil shale hearing should look at impacts on affected communities

By Guest Columnist

By Tom Kenyon and Keith Lambert As mayors of two of northwestern Colorado’s largest communities, we share the concern members of Colorado’s congressional delegation have about job creation as Grand Junction, Rifle and all areas of ...

Cable news channels have diminished America’s understanding of politics

By Denny Herzog

So Michelle Bachmann won the Iowa straw poll. That’s a big deal these days. It was on the front pages last Sunday morning of the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times and the Washington Post, or at least their websites. And of course The ...

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Peach fest draws from near and far

By Paul Shockley

They like Palisade peaches in Gillette, Wyo. Same goes for Denver and Boulder. Gary Caletti, 61, of Monument, arrived in town Friday with his wife for his first taste of the Palisade Peach Festival, and he liked it so much, they stayed a ...

Gunman flees failed robbery

By Paul Shockley

An armed man remained at large Saturday night after he tried to rob a Palisade bank, then held a gun to a police officer’s head and took his gun, authorities said. The suspect who was inside Palisades National Bank, 600 W. Eighth St., ...

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Glade Park residents live far apart but stay close-knit

By Rachel Sauer

Sometimes, crafts actually do get done. Anne Pellizzari is pretty good about it, steadily knitting as the conversation wanders. “He took those bird houses down, you know.” “He’s real particular about his ...

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Glade Park saves its school

By {screen_name}

It took two years of land negotiations, community meetings, research and pleading with School District 51 Board of Education members to get a school on Glade Park for the first time in 38 years. Then, less than two years after the ...

Your Town, Aug. 21, 2011

By Tammy Gemaehlich

I’ve got some good news and some bad news. Classes start up again Wednesday at schools in School District 51. Now, depending on who you are, it could be good news, or it could be bad news. As the kid who’s just now getting into ...

Biz Buzz, Aug. 21, 2011

By Staff

Consolidated Electrical Distributors Inc. moved into a new location in June and brought with it a new division, Greentech, to address a need the Grand Valley wasn’t meeting. The area’s solar-electric industry always turned to ...

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