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Local chamber should speak for itself on health care reform

By Bill Grant

Does the United States Chamber of Commerce speak for the local chamber chapter? Is this massive Washington lobbying organization the amplified voice of our local business community? Do our local bankers, bakers and candlestick makers have the ...


House may Slaughter Constitution’s rules

By The Daily Sentinel

When it comes to critical legislation, Americans have a right to know how their representatives vote. But a sleight-of-hand maneuver being considered by House Democrats for health care reform could deprive Americans of that information. And it ...


Printed letters, March 17, 2010

By Staff

CDOT process ignores critical highway needs How ironic. Rio Blanco County was recently denied $9 million in energy impact funds for improvements to County Road 5, the Piceance Creek road that is the only all-weather public road providing ...


E-mail letters, March 16, 2010

By Staff

Shell’s decision on water aids West Slop agriculture Sparking a collective sigh of relief, good news came recently to farmers and ranchers on the Western Slope when Shell officials announced they would withdraw their application for a ...


Man arrested after attacking Greyhound bus driver

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Police say a Greyhound bus veered off the road and through a fence in rural Utah after a Kansas passenger kicked the driver in the head. Six people, including the driver, were treated for minor injuries at a local ...


031610 Prom Collection Mojo

Prom dress donations helped by local businesses

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

StarTek has stepped up as the collection site for the annual prom dress give-away sponsored by Mesa State College’s Sociology Club. The club has been collecting gently-used prom dresses, shoes and purses for high school students for ...


Stapleton decides to go petition route

By Charles Ashby

Walker Stapleton told the GJSentinel.com this morning that he would not seek the Republican Party’s nomination for state treasurer through tonight’s caucus process. Instead, the Arapahoe County resident said he isn’t dissing ...


Health briefs: March 16, 2010

By Staff

Speaker, discussion series on birth set BirthSmart, a pending Colorado nonprofit, will be offering a guest speaker and discussion series called BellyTalk for women of childbearing age. The next BellyTalk is at 9 a.m. March 27 at the Koinonia ...


Seven vehicle fires in Delta overnight

By Amy Hamilton

Fire department officials and law enforcement were busy in Delta early this morning handling seven vehicle fires within about a three-block span. A suspect, or suspects have not been identified, according to spokeswoman Jamie Head of the ...


Police used GPS device to track theft suspects

By The AP

RAWLINS, Wyo.  — Officials with the Wyoming Highway Patrol say detectives with the New York City Police were tracking suspects in a Rock Springs jewelry theft case using the GPS device in their car. The Wyoming troopers were ...


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