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Blotter, April 21, 2010

By Staff

Emergency alerts updated Mesa County residents can now receive customized community alerts in addition to emergency alerts sent to their cell phones and e-mail. The technology upgrade to the Grand Junction Regional Communications ...


Jr Ranger day pic

Junior Ranger Day 2010

By William Woody

Third graders from New Emerson Elementary school hike in the Devils Kitchen area as part of Junior Ranger Day 2010 at the Colorado National Monument. It’s a great time for anyone to see the park. Admission is free through April 25 in ...


Printed letters, April 21, 2010

By Staff

Census irregularities are cause for concern I am concerned about the census work in Grand Junction. Everyone in our neighborhood did not receive a census form. Most have had to go get one. What is going on? Grand Junction stands to lose if ...


Will western Colorado pay for cleaning up Denver’s air?

By Bill Grant

Not many Western Slope or southwest Colorado environmentalists are celebrating the Clean Air-Clean Jobs Act (HB 1365) signed into law by Gov. Bill Ritter Monday. Unlike their Front Range counterparts, who helped pass the bill, ...


Arizona’s new profile

By The Daily Sentinel

Arizona is on the front lines in the battle over illegal immigration. More illegals reportedly cross that state’s border into the United States than anyplace else.  Drug violence has also come across the border. Earlier this month, ...


Free to associate on what terms?

By The Daily Sentinel

On the face of it, the case of the Christian Legal Society versus the University of California’s Hastings College of Law sounds cut and dried. How can the law school demand that the Christian group accept as members people who vehemently ...


Suspect in artifact case arrested in Colorado

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Blanding man caught up in last year’s federal investigation into artifact looting is being detained after being arrested in Colorado. U.S. Magistrate Samuel Alba ordered Brandon Laws to remain in federal custody ...


E-mail letters, April 20, 2010

By Staff

Best man should win, not the heir-apparent I remember my outrage when Gov. Ritter passed over the heir-apparent for Ken Salazar’s vacant Senate seat, Andrew Romanoff, for the unknown Michael Bennet. I went to hear Bennet speak so I ...


Hearing set on request to toss Sheen statements

By The AP

ASPEN — A judge will consider an attorney’s request to toss out statements Charlie Sheen made to police as they investigated a Christmas Day domestic violence report. Attorney Richard Cummins earlier this month said an officer ...


Realtor News for April 18, 2010

By Staff

KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY GRAND JUNCTION Keller Williams Realty Grand Junction is pleased to announce the top associates for the month of March. Kevin Borman was the top listing agent and Rhonda Bever and Dianne Dinnel were the top listing team ...


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