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Moyer’s generosity also his downfall

By {screen_name}

Although William Moyer wasn’t a character in one of Horatio Alger’s “rags to riches” stories, the longtime Grand Junction businessman and leader had as colorful a story as any Alger hero. A casual mention of Mr. Moyer ...

Local Briefs, Oct. 15, 2010

By Staff

Apply for Daniels Fund scholarships The Daniels Fund has launched the application process for Daniels scholarships to be awarded in spring 2011. High school seniors in Colorado should ask their high school counselors for information or visit ...

E-mail letters, Oct. 14, 2010

By Staff

Amendment 62 offers chance to choose life Over 40 years ago, the state of Colorado legalized abortion, followed in 1973 by the Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision where the majority struggled with the question, “When does the baby ...

Michelle Obama tries to revive Democrats’ spirits

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — First lady Michelle Obama is trying to fire up downtrodden Democrats fearing big midterm losses by trying to recapture their excitement from two years ago. In her second day of a midterm campaign swing, the first lady ...

Justices Bender, Martinez and Rice deserve a ‘No’ vote

By Guest Columnist

By Matt Arnold Since Colorado changed from contested elections for judicial office to a “merit selection and retention” system (appointing judges followed by periodic votes to keep or remove them), no Colorado Supreme Court ...

Voting on justice(s)

By The Daily Sentinel

The column below outlines the rationale put forth by Clear the Bench Colorado for why people should vote “No” on the retention of three Colorado Supreme Court Justices. We present it here so local voters can read and evaluate the ...

Printed letters, October 15, 2010

By Staff

Nurse anesthetists do fine unsupervised Colorado statute has established that certified registered nurse anesthetists are allowed to provide anesthesia without a physician’s supervision. We are considered licensed independent ...

An Extra boost for Montrose economy

By The Daily Sentinel

In the economy, the prospect of bringing 200 new, middle-class manufacturing jobs to a community is enticing, even if the risks are worrisome. The Montrose County commissioners have had ample opportunity to evaluate the risks inherent in ...

Colo. gubernatorial hopefuls favor tax exemptions

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s top three gubernatorial candidates tell business leaders they will restore tax exemptions eliminated by Democratic Gov. Bill Ritter earlier this year. Ritter ended or suspended tax exemptions on things like ...

Lincoln Park Grand Valley Senior’s Golf Results October 14, 2010

By Staff

Lincoln Park Grand Valley Seniors - October 14, 2010 Results T1st Bill N., Deany H., Roger P., Betty S. 36 T1st Phil H., Coco N., Tom F., Dave ...

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