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Mesa State employee bill stopped in Senate

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A Senate committee killed a bill Wednesday that would have allowed certain Mesa State College workers to opt out of the state’s personnel system. The measure, offered by Rep. Laura Bradford, R-Collbran, and Sen. Steve ...


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Homicide suspect found dead

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose Police Department said it found a homicide suspect dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head in an apartment complex Wednesday night. Sunshine Peak Apartments manager Lodi Brriley said police confirmed ...


Voters to decide city renewal of Xcel franchise

By Amy Hamilton

One question on the spring ballot that Grand Junction voters might find puzzling asks whether residents should allow the city to renew its energy franchise agreements. According to city charter, voters must decide whether to approve franchise ...


NJCAA Rankings, Wednesday, March 16

By Staff

NJCAA Rankings NJCAA/Perfect Game USA March 16 Region W-L Prev. 1. Miami Dade College 8 21-6 4 2. Grayson County College 5 18-5 3 3. Salt Lake CC 18 21-1 11 4. Chattanooga State CC 7 19-3 5 5. Santa Fe College 8 21-5 1 6. Pitt ...


Mesa State Tennis Results, Wednesday, March 16

By Staff

Grand Canyon 8, Mesa State 1 Wednesday at Phoenix Men Singles No. 1 — Frederic Schoelzel, GCU, def. Jaco Gerbrands, MSC, 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 — Stephane Murray, GCU, def. Brason Hollabaugh, MSC, 6-3, 6-3; No. 3 — Ahmad Saleem, ...


Sports in Brief: Mavs split matches in Phoenix

By Staff

College Tennis Mavs split matches in Phoenix Mesa State’s tennis teams split matches Wednesday on the Mavericks’ annual spring break trip in Phoenix. Grand Canyon University won both the men’s and women’s duals 8-1, ...


Police: Homicide suspect kills himself

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose Police Department said it found a homicide suspect dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head in an apartment complex Wednesday night. Sunshine Peak Apartments manager Lodi Brriley said police confirmed ...


e-mail letters, March 16, 2011

By Staff

Richards is articulate, passionate and practical Thanks to The Daily Sentinel for running the “City Council At-Large Q & A.” About a month ago, I met Jacob Richards at a downtown Writers’ Forum gathering, and listened ...


Printed letters, March 17, 2011

By Staff

Cutting federal budget shouldn’t be ideological I recently received a response from Rep. Scott Tipton addressing my concerns for the proposed elimination of funding for public broadcasting. In it, he said he believes public broadcasting ...


‘Ganja Gourmet,’ other dispensaries remain in a regulatory netherworld

By Rick Wagner

How many of you have heard of the Medical Marijuana Assistance Program of America? Well, it’s based in Colorado and, if you had been watching Saturday Night Live in February, you would’ve heard the program lampooned as “some ...


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