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Herzog Column June 28i, 2009

By Denny Herzog

It was Mark Twain, the favorite son of my hometown, who had this to say when he heard rumors about his own demise: “Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” It was 1897, and The Daily Sentinel was a mere four years old, when ...

Our prescription for health care reform

By The Daily Sentinel

Not since the early days of the Clinton administration has this country engaged in such a robust debate about health care. Now, as then, the countless interlocking pices of the health care puzzle, the massive amounts of information and the ...

Gary Harmon Column June 28, 2009

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Has anybody here seen our ol’ friend Jimmuh? Can anybody tell us where he’s gone? Funny how difficult it is to find the 39th president of the United States these days. Maybe he’s fishing in the Gunnison Gorge. Or Patagonia, ...

Ponzi schemers can detect testing by wary investors

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Just about everything that many careful investors do when they put money into businesses that turn out to be Ponzi schemes is exactly wrong. And not just wrong, but worse: They do exactly what Ponzi operators expect and want them to do, said ...

Valley founder’s attorney: Recession brought down company, not scheme

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Valley Investments was undone by terrible business conditions, not by the collapse of an illegal scheme, said the attorney for Philip Rand Lochmiller, who started Valley 15 years ago. The receiver for the failed company said in court papers ...

KAFM celebrates 10 years on the air

By Emily Shockley

KAFM programming first flowed out of radios tuned to 88.1 FM across the Grand Valley in 1999. Since the day the signal was broadcast, the station has moved from renting a spot by Mesa Mall to owning a building at 1310 Ute Ave. It has begun to ...

Drivers rescued from vehicles after collision

By Staff

Two men were taken by ambulance to a hospital late Saturday night after a sport utility vehicle and small pickup collided at 32 1/2 and E roads. The driver of the SUV was pinned under his vehicle until emergency personnel rescued him. The ...

Death Notices: June 28, 2009

By Staff

•  Robert D. Booth, 64, Palisade, died June 25, 2009, at his home. A memorial service will be at a later date. Mr. Booth managed a restaurant. He is survived by his wife, Beth A. Galasso; a son, Shawn J. of Lakewood; a daughter, ...

You Said It June 28, 2009

By Staff

• The so-called Art on the Corner statue on the north side of the 300 block of Main Street is indecent and should not be allowed. I, too, will take my kids and grandkids to the Fruita Farmers Market. All that agree, speak up. It’s ...

Blotter: June 28, 2009

By Staff

Assault reported at Jam • David Alexander Stogsdill, 24, was assaulted by people he did not identify to Mesa County sheriff’s deputies early Saturday morning while camping in the Country Jam Campgrounds in Mack. Stogsdill ...

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