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3 physicians fulfill various needs at new practice

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Kate Pierce, Andrea Nederveld and Laura Campbell started seeing patients this month at Juniper Family Medicine, 735 White Ave., to help fill various needs in Grand Junction. One of those needs is for more family practitioners in the city. All ...


Health Briefs, Dec. 13, 2011

By Staff

Community offers diabetes classes Community Hospital offers a new series of diabetes-education classes from 10 a.m. to noon on the first four Thursdays of each month. The two-hour classes involve certified diabetes educators teaching ...


Joseph Conn mug

Warrant issued in 2010 slaying

By Staff

An arrest warrant has been issued in relation to the August 2010 slaying of a man whose body was found in the Colorado River south of downtown Grand Junction. A judge signed an arrest warrant Monday for Joseph Lee Conn, 23, who is suspected ...


DANCE Craig

Authorities: Man arrested after shooting at deputies

By Dennis Webb

A 61-year-old man surrendered Monday evening after firing multiple times at an officer and then barricading himself in a home south of Glenwood Springs, the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department said. No one was injured. Shots were ...


Colorado senators should support the STOCK Act

By Bill Grant

While 14 million Americans suffer unemployment, members of Congress never had it better. Sixty-six percent of senators and 41 percent of House members are millionaires. Many of these legislators made their fortunes by using inside knowledge ...


A common-sense approach to balanced budget

By Guest Columnist

By Mark Udall The recent failure of the supercommittee to reach a deal on federal spending cuts is just the latest example of how ill-equipped Congress is to address one of our nation’s gravest challenges: our ballooning $15 trillion ...


Balanced budget measure still the wrong prescription

By The Daily Sentinel

“A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves largess from the public treasury. — Alexis de Tocqueville, 1835 Some members of Congress have ...


Printed letters, Dec. 14, 2011

By Staff

America is taking a phenomenal risk by not developing all available oil and gas resources. We have an abundance of resources, the technology and a huge labor force to accomplish energy independence. This administration, and our two Colorado ...


Cruising ahead on Interstate 70

By The Daily Sentinel

Any western Colorado resident unfortunate enough to have driven to Denver on a busy Sunday afternoon in ski season or the height of the summer tourist season has experienced the frustration of traffic on Interstate 70 slowing to a crawl the ...


121211 no Xmas lights

Tight budget forces cutback in downtown Christmas lights

By Amy Hamilton

Sparse, single-color holiday lighting downtown this season has some people wondering if the Grinch has stolen Christmas. Every year, Grand Junction’s Downtown Development Authority contracts out for the lighting services. The city of ...


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