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Printed Letters: Nov. 24, 2015

By Staff

Leading the charge on the economy is city’s role I am co-owner of Bonsai Design, an outdoor recreation manufacturer in Grand Junction. I have also been an integral part in spearheading the Outdoor Recreation Coalition, a grassroots group ...

Regulatory uncertainty grounds drone industry

By The Daily Sentinel

Someday drones will inspect oil and gas pipelines, help farmers monitor crops and take keepsake photos of skiers on Colorado ski slopes — if the Federal Aviation Administration ever gets around to finalizing rules allowing commercial use ...


Whew! CMU rewarded with No. 7 seed

By Patti Arnold

Their hearts sank when the Colorado Mesa volleyball players and coaches heard Regis University was the No. 8 seed in the NCAA Division II South Central Regional tournament. “When I saw Regis, I thought we were done, I really did,” ...



By Matt Meyer

The kids are all grown up. The Central boys basketball team’s large junior class, which has ample varsity experience over the past two seasons, sees this season as its opportunity to potentially win the Southwestern League. The ...

Stephan honored by RMAC again

By Staff

College Basketball Stephan honored by RMAC again Ryan Stephan is shooting 60.9 percent from the field, averaging 30.3 points a game and 12 rebounds a night for the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team. He’s also 2 for 2 when it ...

State panel examines cost of health care

By Charles Ashby

Coloradans spent about $36.6 billion on health care in 2013, a 327 percent increase from two decades earlier, according to the first of several reports to state officials by the Colorado Commission on Affordable Health Care. That commission, ...

Community Hospital welcomes midwife team

By Staff

Community Hospital announced last week that it has reached an agreement with four of the providers at Mesa Midwives to form Grand Valley Midwives. Certified nurse-midwives Ruth Ann Price, CNM; Tiffini Young, CNM; Analiesa Leonhardt, CNM; and ...


District 51: Pitton can take oath of office

By Charles Ashby

Paul Pitton can take the oath of office to serve on the District 51 Board of Education, but he must show that he actually lives in District B and he must take that oath by Dec. 1, school officials announced Monday. Pitton said he intends to ...

Lottery sting nets 4 suspects in local cases

By Amy Hamilton

Employees at three Mesa County stores that sell and redeem lottery tickets are facing charges for allegedly taking customers’ winning Colorado scratch lottery tickets, telling customers they had not won, and attempting to cash in the ...

Budget gap 
pared $1M,
but still in red

By Gary Harmon

Mesa County is looking at a $1.9 million 2016 budget deficit, down from the $2.9 million that was previously estimated, officials told the County Commission on Monday. County finances, however, remain on a knife’s edge, and Commission ...

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