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All fired up about consolidation again

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s certainly welcome news that the Grand Junction Fire Department and the Clifton Fire Department are exploring ways of working together to avoid duplication of services and equipment, and to reduce confusion over which agency responds ...


Printed letters, June 26, 2011

By Staff

Many members of the Grand Valley Citizens Alliance, Battlement Concerned Citizens and the Rifle-Silt-Peach Valley-New Castle groups are very disappointed that Garfield County management has fired its Oil and Gas Liaison, Judy Jordan. Although ...


The great tax divide

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are expected to meet congressional leaders from both political parties Monday in an effort to restart debt and spending talks that screeched to a halt last week. Good luck to them. ...


Bermuda residents search for rain in midst of lengthy drought

By Denny Herzog

A native of Bermuda visiting western Colorado and gazing at the roaring Colorado River last week might have scratched his head, wondering why it is that we in the western United States have heated battles over, of all things, water. If anybody ...


Community partnerships make Grand Junction unique

By Guest Columnist

By Tim Foster and Chris Thomas Every time we travel on business we find ourselves looking at many a blank face as we describe so many of the unique relationships our organizations have developed around our county, region and state. What seems ...


New law lets counties avoid penalty resulting from mineral-lease funds

By Dennis Webb

A new Colorado law should help local counties keep from being penalized in dollars received from one federal program because of how much they get from another. The measure lets counties establish special districts, separate from the counties ...


Left-out nuclear workers can get aid

By {screen_name}

People who maintained grounds, did construction work, rode fire trucks or shuffled paper in what now is known as the Grand Junction Office of the U.S. Department of Energy have been declared eligible for medical coverage of radiation-related ...


Roadwork by mall almost finished

By {screen_name}

Construction on U.S. Highway 6&50 between 24 and 24 3/4 roads is scheduled to wrap up Friday. The $11 million Colorado Department of Transportation project originally was scheduled to end April 19. But bad weather, utility issues and ...


When disaster strikes ... it’s usually far from the Grand Valley

By Rachel Sauer

The first thing we can do is put hurricanes from our minds. Save some cataclysmic event of the science fiction variety — meteorite strikes Earth, say, wiping out half the North American continent and making the Grand Valley a balmy ...


062511 Super Rad

Skateboarding, aerosol art meet at Mural Jam

By Rachel Sauer

They started by dipping fat brushes into a pot of brown poster paint and sweeping swaths of wavy hair onto the low red wall. With the theme of their art determined, Ruby Gutierrez, 3, clutched her brush in her fist and headed in a face-ward ...


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