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Health Briefs, Nov. 8, 2011

By Staff

Discussions on genetics begin today Two discussions about genetics will take place this month at the Center for Optimal Well-Being, 2505 Foresight Circle, Unit C1. The first presentation of “Eat Well, Move Well, Think Well” will ...


Junction part of health care documentary to air on PBS

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Grand Junction’s health care system will be the focus Feb. 16 when PBS stations nationwide air “U.S. Health Care: The Good News.” The documentary explores health care systems in Grand Junction, Everett and Seattle, Wash., ...


New firm takes over cleanup of tailings pile

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An Idaho-based contractor is to take over the cleanup of a Cold War-era uranium mill tailings pile in Moab, Utah. The U.S. Department of Energy selected Portage Inc. and its $121.2 million bid to conduct the cleanup over the next five ...


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Storm should belt high country before moving east

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Interstate 70 was expected to be clear to the east after a winter storm cruised through eastern Utah and western Colorado on Monday. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for both states as the storm approached, ...


Getting It Right, Nov. 8, 2011

By Staff

A Sunday Lifestyle story headlined “No still life” about artist John Williams incorrectly identified Lloyd Davis as a psychologist. He is a licensed professional counselor.  ...


CMU soccer team makes regional

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The Colorado Mesa University women’s soccer team reached the NCAA Division II soccer championship today, receiving the No. 6 seed from the Central Region. The Mavericks (10-7-4) play Regis University (14-5-0) on Friday in Durango. The ...


Sunday ads in Tuesday rack-sale newspapers

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Tuesday newspapers sold individually in newspaper racks and retailers will include Sunday’s advertising inserts at the regular daily newspaper rate of 75 cents. Subscribers already received the ads with their Sunday newspaper.  ...


Bipartisan support for a ‘grand bargain’

By The Daily Sentinel

Fifteen days and counting. That’s how much time the congressional supercommittee on debt reduction has to reach an agreement. Its deadline is Nov. 23. Through most of the past few months, reports about the supercommittee, which is made ...


Welcome readiness center

By The Daily Sentinel

The state and federal government have invested some $12 million into a new readiness center for the Colorado National Guard in Grand Junction. We welcome the arrival of the readiness center and its complement of 131 citizen-soldiers, all part ...


Printed letters, Nov. 8, 2011

By Staff

Students did great job with production I recently had the opportunity to help build a set for the Grand Junction High School production of “Arsenic and Old Lace.” I have been involved in theatre and dance for many years, and this ...


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