Page 6583 of 9611

Wet Western Slope remains wonderful

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s been a cold wet spring in western Colorado, following a cold, wet winter. May 2011 may make it into the record books as one of the 10 wettest on record for this region. Avalanche danger in many parts of the mountains is extremely ...

Managing water and conflict requires collaboration, not confrontation

By Jim Spehar

“We need to develop a political culture of neighbors who need to get along rather than a culture of interest groups that need to be confrontational.” — Ed Quillen, Denver Post columnist. I can’t remember how many years ...

Mesa faces Kearney to reach title game

By {screen_name}

Nebraska-Kearney lost 2-0 to Winona State today in the NCAA Division II Central Region baseball tournament and is preparing to Mesa State today in the semifinal game, which begins at approximately 2:40 p.m. (MDT). The winner takes on Winona ...

052311 MC animal services mojo

Animal services receives national award

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Mesa County Animal Services was presented with a national award for outstanding services and honored by the Mesa County Board of Commissioners Monday morning. The agency was named the Outstanding Animal Control Agency this month by the ...

Hotchkiss eliminates Olathe, advances to final four

By {screen_name}

Hotchkiss defeated Olathe and Lamar to advance to the final four in the Class 3A State Championship Baseball Series in Greeley. Jamie Rodriguez and Edgar Macias combined to limit Olathe to one run on three hits in Hotchkiss’ 5-1 ...

rifle grads 1 052211

Rifle High School graduation 2011

By Gretel Daugherty

Commencement ceremonies at Rifle High School, May 22, 2011.  ...

052211 2c female suicide bo

Exhibit targets wars, how they ravage women

By Sherida Warner

It seems most appropriate at this time in history for a group of fiber artists to focus on the brutality of armed conflict between countries or among factions within the same country. Against this global backdrop, an exhibit titled ...


Don’t look for lurid details in Hart offering

By Charles Ashby

We take former U.S. Sen. Gary Hart at his word in his new autobiography, “The Thunder and the Sunshine,” that he never dared the entire press corps covering his 1988 presidential bid to follow him. We already know that five days ...

Gold, silver coins to be legal currency in Utah

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah legislators want to see the dollar regain its former glory, back to the days when one could literally bank on it being “as good as gold.” To make that point, they’ve turned it around, and made ...

052111 CNM party 1

Colorado National Monument celebration

By Christopher Tomlinson

A century of Colorado National Monument is celebrated, May 22, 2011.  ...

Page 6583 of 9611

  • Lpn

    Part-time, Experiencedneeded for a busy specialtyoffice. 20 h...

  • Police Officer

    The TOWN OF SILT, anactive and growing ruralcommunity, popula...

  • Press Room

    Help WantedPart Time Position inPrint ShopComputer skills hel...

  • Delivery Route

    BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYWould you like to deliver newspapersa...

  • Home Care Registered Nurse

    Now hiring Full TimeRegisteredHome Care NursesExperience pref...

734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Subscribe to print edition
Advertiser Tearsheet

© 2016 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy