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Airport follows FAA rules as it serves the entire community

By Guest Columnist

By Tom LaCroix The Grand Junction Regional Airport and its management have been unfairly criticized regarding our airport leases and wildlife fence. The following summary seeks to set the record straight: Airport Leases: Grand Junction ...


Time to change governance structure of Grand Junction Regional Airport

By Guest Columnist

By David Shepard Turmoil at Grand Junction Regional Airport over the past few months and more, combined with unresponsiveness from the airport authority and airport manager, suggest it may be time to rethink the management structure of the ...


Anonymous comments on websites do nothing to further public discourse

By Denny Herzog

Newspapers have been trying to figure out this whole World Wide Web thing since the dawn of the Digital Age. Way back in the 1990s we were struggling (really) with questions like should we or should we not have a website. What content should ...


Street crimes in the crosshairs once more

By The Daily Sentinel

Given the increases in crimes in Grand Junction in 2011, compared to 2010, it’s welcome news that the Grand Junction Police Department will be able to re-establish a street-crimes unit that was scrapped last year due to budget ...


Fruita woman’s death linked to listeria outbreak

By Melinda Mawdsley

The recent listeria-caused death of a Mesa County woman officially has been linked to the eastern Colorado farm at the center of a national outbreak. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Colorado Department of Public Health ...


Mesa County moves tax lien sale to Internet

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Mesa County will shift its annual tax lien sale from the windowless meeting rooms of Two Rivers Convention Center to the wide-open spaces of the Internet next month, joining other Colorado counties for the first time in hosting an online ...


Lots worth a little: Subdivision developers see value of properties plummet

By Charles Ashby

If you build, it doesn’t mean they will come. Many developers of housing subdivisions on the Western Slope learned that in recent years. While the weeds grew taller, the housing market and lot prices shriveled, leaving some development ...


Love-Story-1

He’s still her Johnny: 70 years later, love still young for reunited couple

By Rachel Sauer

She’s the girl in the high school band. He’s the charming, lanky Texan. He has that smile. He smiles that smile and her heart shimmers. She blushes that strawberry blush and the air in his lungs isn’t ...


100111 Men in Heels Race

You go, girl! Men in heels hit pavement to help benefit domestic violence charity

By Melinda Mawdsley

Some men ran well. Some men ran not so well. One man even broke a heel. But, overall, there was nothing but laughter and smiles from the participants and the crowd of several hundred gathered Saturday for the second annual Men in Heels Race ...


How suspect outsmarted GPS device is a mystery

By Paul Shockley

Roughly 25 people are tracked at a given time with Global Positioning System ankle monitors overseen by Mesa County Criminal Justice Services. Another hundred or so people — offenders or defendants free on bond awaiting trial — ...


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