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Colorado’s gas permits lead region

By Dennis Webb

Despite heightened regulations, Colorado tops the region and is among the national leaders in oil and gas drilling permits for the first half of the year, a state regulatory official said Thursday. “Colorado’s oil and gas industry ...


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Mesa County to split duties for its top health officials

By {screen_name}

In a reshuffling at the Mesa County Health Department, the director, Dr. Michael Aduddell, has been asked to take a job as the department’s medical officer while the department seeks a new operational head. Aduddell, who has headed the ...


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Grand Junction firm wins grant to develop experimental military weapon

By Charles Ashby

A Grand Junction company recently won a $100,000 U.S. government contract that could make an experimental military weapon practical. Engineered Coatings, which is at the Business Incubator Center, 2591 B 3/4 Road, last week won a grant to ...


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Food vendors going a la cart

By {screen_name}

When Mike Valdez moved back to Grand Junction from Pittsburgh last month, his job prospects should have been bleak. He returned to an area saddled with the second-highest unemployment rate among metropolitan areas in Colorado, a place that by ...


Tibet Monk tease pic

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By William Woody

Tibetan Monks with the Gaden Shartse Monastery, work delicately to place sand in the Manjushri sand Mandala Thursday afternoon July 8, 2010, at the Western Colorado Center for the Arts. The sand Mandala is a two dimensional representation of a ...


E-mail letters, July 8, 2010

By Staff

  Unemployment editorial didn’t show Dems’ hypocrisy The lack of pertinent facts on unemployment funding on The Daily Sentinel’s July 7 Commentary page is an example of why conservatives do not trust the mainstream ...


Printed letters, July 9, 2010

By Staff

I would like to speak out in favor of the progress that Palisade has made in the last six years. The town’s financial reserves have grown from $100,000 to $2.43 million. This has been accomplished while we, as a community, have built a ...


Chief Camper’s reluctant crusade

By The Daily Sentinel

If Grand Junction Police Chief John Camper had known a year ago what was facing him when he agreed to become the city’s interim chief, and later become the permanent chief, he probably would have turned his vehicle around and hurried ...


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Medesy Hall torn down at Mesa State

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Demolition crews began tearing down Medesy Hall Thursday morning on the campus of Mesa State College. The new space will be landscaped– opening up yet another free space within the center of the campus for students to enjoy. The 26,000 ...


GOP chair shrugs off Afghanistan comment

By The AP

GREENWOOD VILLAGE — Republican Party chairman Michael Steele says he “ain’t goin’ anywhere” despite calls for his resignation after he criticized the war in Afghanistan. Steele’s appearance Thursday in ...


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