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Health plan provider opens third building

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Rocky Mountain Health Plans on Tuesday opened its third building, dubbed the Ward Building, in recognition of one of its founders. Dr. Bruce Ward, who headed the radiology unit at St. Mary’s Hospital for 30 years, was a founding ...

Death notices: Sept. 22, 2010

By Staff

Marjorie Ellen Anson, 89, Grand Junction, died Sept. 18, 2010, at Mantey Heights Rehabilitation and Care Center. Services will be 10 a.m. Thursday at Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Survivors include one son, Thomas John Anson; one daughter, Mary ...

Local briefs: Sept. 22, 2010

By Staff

Volunteers needed for desert cleanup Volunteers are needed Saturday to help mark National Public Lands Day and clean up Bureau of Land Management public lands in the desert north of Grand Junction. One of the focus areas for the cleanup will ...

School board opposes three ballot measures

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District 51 school board members voted to adopt a resolution Tuesday opposing three measures on this November’s ballot. The board declared opposition to Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101 “because each of these proposals ...

E-mail letters, Sept. 21, 2010

By Staff

Amendments will serve Mesa County poorly The League of Women Voters of Colorado and League of Women Voters of Mesa County recommend voting “No” on Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101. The League of Women Voters is a ...

Yard signs are a critical element in our grassroots democracy

By Bill Grant

The despised yard sign, scorned by many homeowners as a tacky display of partisanship, is the Rodney Dangerfield of political campaigns. It gets no respect. Municipalities and other political entities often try to ban the signs outright, ...

Printed letters, Sept. 22, 2010

By Staff

As a fast-growing and reliable source of jobs on the Western Slope, the renewable-energy industry should be our focus. Job growth continues in solar design and installation — and these jobs are more sustainable than those that rely on ...

Tax cuts tip against the scales of justice

By The Daily Sentinel

A refund check of $530 from Mesa County won’t go far toward putting more people to work — at The Daily Sentinel or any of the other businesses in the county that has received a reimbursement for the county’s share of business ...

Not breathing easy in Battlement Mesa

By The Daily Sentinel

For some time, residents of Battlement Mesa have argued that natural gas drilling in their Garfield County community would have a deleterious effect, not just on their property values and views, but on their health. Now they have an academic ...

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Lake Powell fish waiting for fall frenzy

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,633 msl Water Temperature 72-75 F PAGE, Ariz. – Unseasonably warm weather has fish waiting for the fall feeding frenzy, but for this week fishing success is spotty. The biggest problem is that striped bass are feeding ...

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