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Plentiful powder draws skiers to mountain resorts

By Dave Buchanan

After stuffing yourself like a turkey on Thanksgiving, you could use some exercise. And Mother Nature has the answer. Thanks to a series of winter storms pounding Colorado’s high country, many of the 18 ski resorts now open are ...


OLD NAVY THANKSGIVING SALE

Shoppers feast on deals

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Before many families in the Grand Valley got out of bed to place a turkey in the oven and flip on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, dozens of deal-seeking shoppers swarmed every department at Sears in Mesa Mall. The store opened at 7 ...


Printed letters, Nov. 26, 2010

By Staff

Call for resignation was based on facts The letter from R.J. Rinderle, which appeared in print Nov. 17 is fraught with errors. This case is not about character assassination, it is about the misdeeds of Commissioner Craig Meis. Mr. Meis is ...


‘A bias in favor of ... the rules of academia’

By The Daily Sentinel

The scandal involving ex-University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill and his firing over academic misconduct now seems like a story from the distant past. After all, that was 2007 and there’s been a more recent plagiarism scandal in ...


Man thankful for his pre-holiday arrest

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A Clifton man got what he wanted Wednesday, entry to the Mesa County Jail, after an altercation with four Mesa County Sheriff’s deputies. Thirty-eight-year-old Derek Alan Giese, 506 32 1/2 Road, told deputies he wanted to go back to ...


Cops warn of card-skimming scam at gas pumps

By Staff

Grand Junction police found “skimming” devices inside three different gas pumps Wednesday and are warning people who have used credit or debit cards at area gas stations recently to closely monitor their accounts. Police learned ...


Sales-tax revenue improves

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After bottoming out last year, Grand Valley local governments’ sales-tax revenue has started to inch up, a sliver of light during an otherwise dark time that has perpetuated layoffs and service reductions. But even the most optimistic ...


State wants pool to pay for fish kill

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The Colorado Division of Wildlife will seek compensation from the Glenwood Springs Hot Springs Pool for the deaths of 84 game fish earlier this month. The spill of water containing 10 percent bleach into the Colorado River was reported Nov. 2 ...


Palisade Art and Chocolate Walk to feature affordable local work

By Amy Hamilton

It’s the event all art lovers hope their friends and family will attend. On Saturday, Palisade’s Art & Chocolate Walk promises to tickle participants’ taste buds. And, lucky you if you’re the recipient of any of ...


Blotter, Nov. 26, 2010

By Staff

House fire quickly quelled A home under construction in Fruita caught fire around noon Thursday, but the flames were quickly put out by construction workers at the scene. The home at K 6/10 Road and North Pine Street in Fruita had flames ...


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