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Snowpack well below average

By Dennis Webb

Like a clock ticking down in a college basketball playoff, time is running out on Colorado’s chances for a snowpack comeback this year. Snowpack levels in the Colorado River Basin and the state as a whole remain below average, the U.S. ...


Mesa County to spend $17 million on capital projects

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Mesa County commissioners Monday unanimously approved a financing agreement that will subsidize millions of dollars in capital projects this year, looking past some citizens’ criticism that the county shouldn’t take on debt in a ...


State House candidate cited in gun incident with alcohol

By Paul Shockley

A Republican challenger for Colorado’s House District 54 seat was cited by authorities Saturday night for suspicion of possession of a handgun while under the influence of alcohol, but a Grand Junction police officer who handled the case ...


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Candidate cited in gun, alcohol stop

By Paul Shockley

A Republican challenger for Colorado’s House District 54 seat was cited by authorities Saturday night for suspicion of possession of a handgun while under the influence of alcohol, but a Grand Junction police officer who handled the case ...


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Week in Sports April 4-10, 2010

By Staff

A week of spring sports photos taken around the Grand Valley. Call 256-4388 for reprints.  ...


E-mail letters, April 5, 2010

By Staff

Legislature must enact stricter medical pot law The medical marijuana law, Amendment 20, is bad medicine that is raising boils on the body politic. It is time for the Colorado Legislature to get serious and curb this outbreak by enacting ...


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Haute Talk: What are your thoughts on childhood vaccinations?

By Robin Dearing

What do moms consider when determining whether or not their child needs a vaccination? Click HERE to read the Haute Mamas’ blog entry associated with this video.  ...


Detour is needed from Chapman plan

By The Daily Sentinel

Tom Chapman has a unique — and distasteful — business model: Find a parcel of property adjacent to or surrounded by spectacular public lands. Threaten to develop the private lands or block access to the public lands. Hope for a ...


Newsrooms work continuously to check language and facts

By Denny Herzog

Last week I wrote a column about the possible effects of the health care bill. I e-mailed it to The Daily Sentinel late in the week before, as I do every week. The last sentence was: “Time will tell.” I read it again over the ...


Printed letters, April 6, 2010

By Staff

It’s getting tough for U.S. to muddle along I have the highest regard for Denny Herzog and his columns. His March 30 one, however, gives me a bit of a pause. His admiration for a seminar-mate’s observation that no matter what, the ...


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