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Housing headaches

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s unfortunate — but true — that even the energy industry can’t insulate the local housing economy from problems besetting the rest of the nation. The latest evidence is the drop in building permits for the first ...


Amendment 54 is still bad news

By The Daily Sentinel

Coloradans narrowly approved Amendment 54 during last year’s election, despite objections from this newspaper and many other media and public officials that the restraints it placed on political speech were almost certainly ...


State soliciting workers in midst of hiring freeze

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The state of Colorado is hiring custodians, food servers, counselors, health educators and others in seeming defiance of an Oct. 1 hiring freeze, Republican legislative leaders wrote to Gov. Bill Ritter. “It is difficult to argue many ...


GJ protesters stand against universal health care system

By Amy Hamilton

When Kelly Sloan hears the United States is eyeing legislation to nationalize health care, he can only think of the troubles he had with that kind of system while living in Canada until nearly three years ago. Sloan’s father had to ...


Businesses troubled over proposed laws

By Dan Bennett

Chris Brown wants legislators to allow him to get down to business. The owner of Brown Cycles at 549 Main St. wishes he didn’t have to send 25 percent of what he doles out in paychecks to the federal government, and he’s worried ...


Frontier departing GJ airport

By Emily Shockley

Frontier Airlines announced Wednesday it will discontinue flights between Denver and Grand Junction after Sept. 14. Frontier’s departure from the Grand Junction market makes United the only airline offering flights between Denver and ...


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Fortenberry not afraid to put body at risk on bulls at Rimrock Rodeo

By Patrick Bahr

It’s hard to say if Jesse Fortenberry’s opponents ever take pity on him. Because if one happens to force Fortenberry to break his ankle, blow his shoulder or split his liver — then so be it. But like most bull riders, ...


OUT Side Connection Column June 24, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

“One does not climb to attain enlightenment, rather one climbs because he is enlightened.”  — Zen Master Futomaki You might not want to hang like a spider from a towering wall of Wingate sandstone, but you can watch ...


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OUT Column June 24, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

AUSTIN — The clouds scraping across Grand Mesa last week were pewter precursors of more storms raking an already soaked western Colorado. It’s been great for the wildflowers but plays heck with fishing plans. “We tell (our ...


Wine Colimn June 24, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

ASPEN — The rains that turned Colorado’s high country into a wildflower paradise took Friday off, just in time for the first day of the three-day 27th annual Food & Wine Magazine Classic in Aspen. When you live in the ...


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