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E-mail letters, April 11, 2011

By Staff

Logic is absent in GOP attack on Planned Parenthood Not everyone can be on welfare. True to this consciousness, the Republicans in both the state and federal legislatures are fiendishly slashing every possible social program they can lay ...


Winefest tabs Boulder chef to headline demonstrations

By Staff

Executive Chef Kevin Kidd and beverage manager Evan Faber, both of Boulder’s Salt restaurant, have been selected as featured headliners at the 20th annual Colorado Mountain Winefest Sept. 15-18 in Palisade. “Two of the best that ...


Ryan’s meat-cleaver approach not best way to solve Medicare issue

By Guest Columnist

By Michael J. Pramenko In Friday’s Daily Sentinel, Josh Penry extolled the virtues of Congressman Paul Ryan’s plan to address the federal budget deficit by changing Medicare and Medicaid into voucher programs. Certainly, ...


Two weeks versus two years: Lessons from school of hard knocks

By Staff

Back in 2003, three continuing members of the Grand Junction City Council were joined by four newcomers for a retreat in Ridgway. It was a weekend discussion that would color their relationships for the next several years. As is always the ...


Printed letters, April 12, 2011

By Staff

As an alumnus and former two-term student trustee on the Board of Trustees, it makes me proud to see the evolution from a state college focused on the eleemosynary education for the youth within the multicounty region to an esteemed ...


Lifting the veil on fracking fluids

By The Daily Sentinel

If you go to the website, http://www.fracfocus.org, and search for natural gas wells operated by Williams in Garfield County, you’ll find that water makes up 90 percent or more of the fracking materials used in its wells. Premium white ...


Measure to allow grocery store beer sales appears dead

By Charles Ashby

A measure that would have allowed grocery and convenience stores to sell full-strength beer is all but dead. Although the House still hasn’t formally voted to kill it, only 18 of the House’s 65 members stood in support of it after ...


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Health foundation donates dough for breakfast expansion

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Rocky Mountain Health Plans Foundation gave $1,000 to Mesa County School District 51’s breakfast program Monday, in the hopes the program will see future expansion. The money was allocated to the four schools with the highest ...


Washington to hear about Colorado drilling

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The chief regulator of the gas-drilling industry in Colorado will testify Tuesday morning before a U.S. Senate committee. David Neslin, executive director of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, is one of six people scheduled to ...


Wildfire limits access to John Martin Reservoir

By The AP

CAMPO — Access to John Martin Reservoir in southeastern Colorado is being limited in the aftermath of a large wildfire. Park officials say the north boat ramp, the visitor center and boat inspection facility will be closed today while ...


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