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No easy form for choosing conservative candidates

By Rick Wagner

Talk radio host Glenn Beck had an interesting point the other day when a Tea Party organizer called to complain about a candidate not fully responding to a questionnaire her organization had sent out to determine the candidate’s ...


E-mail letters, Feb. 10, 2010

By Staff

City should employ photographing traffic violators My daughter recently received a $75 traffic violation for running a red light in Albuquerque, NM in the mail with a picture of the car and license plate clearly visible. I feel the city and ...


Stimulating jobs

By The Daily Sentinel

The latest federal jobs bill making its way around snowbound Washington this week is much less ambitious than a measure approved by the House last December, and it focuses more on tax credits for businesses that hire people who are ...


Over the Top, Young recruit

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob announces the youngest recruit ever landed by Over the Top. Feb. 11, 2010  ...


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New pictures of Sept. 11, 2001

By Staff

Newly released photos, obtained by ABC News, show dramatic views of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on New York City.  ...


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Grand Junction physician attends to U.S. Adaptive Ski Team

By Dave Buchanan

Skiing doctor Richard Price of Rocky Mountain Orthopaedic Associates in Grand Junction recently returned from a week in Italy, but it wasn’t a vacation for sightseeing. Price, a primary care sports medicine physician for the orthopaedic ...


Volunteers needed to help injured, orphaned wildlife

By Dave Buchanan

If you like to be around wildlife and have some spare time on your hands, the Colorado Division of Wildlife has an offer for you. The Grand Valley Wildlife Rescue Team, a well-trained cadre of volunteers working with professional wildlife ...


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El Nino pushes state snowpack higher in south, lower elsewhere

By Dave Buchanan

The seemingly endless run of January storms wasn’t enough to raise Colorado’s snowpack even to long-term average. Most of the storms hit southwestern Colorado, thanks to an El Nino weather pattern that tracks storms to the south. ...


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Ex-county employee sentenced for welfare fraud

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A former Mesa County Department of Human Services employee whose husband earned more than $104,000 in a year has been sentenced to 10 years on probation for stealing more than $18,000 in welfare benefits. Under the terms of a sentence handed ...


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Grand Junction sales and use tax down 20 percent

By Emily Shockley

The city of Grand Junction will have to adjust its 2010 budget just two-and-a-half months after adopting it. The city took in less sales and use tax revenue than expected in January, and the trend is likely to continue through the rest of the ...


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