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Printed letters, Feb. 13, 2011

By Staff

This is in reference to the ongoing controversy about the refusal of the drilling companies to provide a list of the chemicals and ingredients that make up the fracking solutions. It seems that all companies that manufacture, use or sell ...

Washington’s new frugality will make it harder to get Colorado pork

By Denny Herzog

John McCain made getting rid of earmarks a centerpiece of his presidential campaign in 2008. Wasteful government spending as exemplified by expenditures that never had to compete on their merits was mentioned in seemingly every speech he made ...

Mail-in-ballots go bust

By The Daily Sentinel

Legislation that would have made every statewide election in Colorado a mail-ballot election was withdrawn by its bipartisan cosponsors last week. Mail-in ballots have proved successful in many instances, from municipal elections, to ...

Tradition! at school

By The Daily Sentinel

Don’t equate members of the District 51 school board with Tevye, the patriarch from “Fiddler on the Roof,” who embraced tradition for tradition’s sake. The school board members had valid reasons — beyond ...


Reporter wakes up to reality of shelter

By Amy Hamilton

It’s such a subtle thing it’s almost too easy to miss as the North Avenue traffic roars by. It starts slowly at first, as the sun’s last rays scroll through the parking lot outside the brick, brown and crimson-trimmed ...


Curvy line brings this homeless artist to GJ

By Amy Hamilton

Mark Shipley never intended to land in Grand Junction. He had moved from Berkeley, Calif., and was living in Ridgway with a girlfriend when the bottom fell out. “I lost my job and my girlfriend in the same day,” the 48-year-old ...

You Said It, Feb. 13, 2011

By Staff

Everyone: Could you come up with a new adjective, please? I am so sick of “amazing.” Does anybody know the story behind the crazy raven that’s been hanging around the Ridges in the Redlands? If you live there, you know what ...

Jailed teacher’s aide no longer works for Dist. 51

By Paul Shockley

A teacher’s assistant who had been on paid leave while still jailed in Mesa County is no longer employed by School District 51, according to a district official. District 51 spokesman Jeff Kirtland said Travis M. Cernazanu, 36, of Grand ...

Fruita seniors savor their can-do spirit

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It was a celebration worth dressing up for, and flattened pop-can hats, purses, and vests with pop-tab trim seemed the most appropriate attire for Fruita resident Ellen Roberts. Roberts spent four months assembling the pop-can outfits for ...

Kane Gunther helps Palisade get first WSL road victory

By Staff

The Palisade High School boys basketball team earned its first Western Slope League road win Saturday night with a 53-44 victory over Moffat County. The two teams were tied 20-20 at halftime before Palisade went on an 18-7 run in the third ...

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