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With cops targeting impaired drivers, ride providers tout their own services, but concede need for m

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction Police Department officer Dave Arcady usually nabs a drunken driver about every 10 traffic stops, but it only took nine stops during a DUI-specific patrol on a recent morning to find an intoxicated driver. The night before, ...


Dick Maynard Column March 25, 2009

By Staff

Enough! Talk about an O-fer. Major Leaguers call it a slump when they go 0 for 10, (no base hits in 10 at bats for non-fans of America’s pastime). I once went O for the month of July in Legion ball and, while that’s borderline ...


Colo. income growth slows, still outpaces most of nation

By Carrie Marfitano

Personal income growth slowed in Colorado but remained one of the better rates in the nation in 2008, according to numbers released Tuesday by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. The total amount of personal income in Colorado increased ...


32 Road bridge may not hold sewer pipe

By Staff

Plans for a pipe intended to carry wastewater across the Colorado River from Whitewater to Clifton Sanitation’s new wastewater treatment plant at 32 and D roads may have hit a snag. The pipeline is proposed to traverse the 32 Road ...


Players alter focus during dual matches to get better

By Patrick Bahr

For high school tennis players in the Grand Valley, the beginning and the end of the season are fairly similar. The year traditionally begins with the Western Slope Invitational tournament and ends with the regional tournament and possibly ...


Briefs: Local Sports March 24, 2009

By Staff

College Baseball Mesa remains third in national poll The Mesa State College baseball team is tied for third in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Division II national poll for the second consecutive week. The Mavericks (24-5, 14-2 RMAC) swept ...


Briefs: Local Health March 24, 2009

By Staff

Hospital names surgical services director • Family Health West has named Cheryl Hinther as surgical services director for its new hospital scheduled to open in July. Hinther got her bachelor degree in nursing from Washburn ...


HW hospital library 3-4-9

HW: Local medical libraries help you learn about you

By Melinda Mawdsley

Journals, books and magazines filled with valuable information line the walls of Community Hospital’s health library The same is true of health libraries at St. Mary’s Hospital and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center. All three ...


Bill Grant Column March 24, 2009

By Bill Grant

As the oil and gas rules come before the state Senate for a vote, we can expect that Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry will continue to oppose them. So far, his only tactic has been to repeat the same Colorado Oil and Gas Association talking ...


Starbucks brews up a weak compromise

By The Daily Sentinel

Lost in the hub-bub over AIG bonuses, basketball tournaments and new bank bailout plans was news over the weekend of a proposed compromise on the highly controversial union card-check legislation. But the compromise would still make it ...


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