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Senate looks for other budget cuts to spare higher ed

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Democrats and Republicans in the Colorado Senate have begun looking for ways to cut spending as they take their first look at the state budget, which includes a controversial proposal to offset cuts to higher education by taking the assets of ...

Payback or prison for GJ woman

By Amy Hamilton

With a job earning $8 an hour, it will take a Grand Junction woman decades to pay off the more than $600,000 she embezzled over a six-year period from a local engineering firm. Amber Butler, 35, was sentenced Wednesday to six years in ...

Collision sends pickup into pair on sidewalk

By Melinda Mawdsley

A Grand Junction man was charged Wednesday evening in an accident that led to another vehicle injuring a woman and her infant grandchild on a sidewalk, authorities said. David J. Russell, 20, was arrested on suspicion of careless driving ...

FD: Wine Column April 08, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Barreling into spring. If you enjoy talking to winemakers, peeking into wineries and tasting new wines fresh and juvenile from the barrel, the Spring Barrel Tasting is the event for you. Sponsored on two spring weekends by the Grand Valley ...

Pitts set to join council months after it booted him from planning commission

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Six months ago, Bill Pitts was kicked off the Grand Junction Planning Commission based on elected officials’ concerns that he had acted unethically. In a month, it appears he’ll join the group that gave him the boot. Pitts, a ...

Congratulations due City Council victors

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Junction voters didn’t stick to one personality type when electing people to the Grand Junction City Council this month. In fact their selections represent a very diverse set of personalities. Take the at-large seat, for instance. ...

Mesa State center fielder does small things as senior

By Allen Gemaehlich

He doesn’t lead the baseball team in home runs, RBI or batting average. Justin Little doesn’t draw intentional walks or hit walk-off home runs. He doesn’t even have 10 home runs in his four years, but the Mesa State College ...

Death Notices: April 08, 2009

By Staff

•  Wallace Glen (Wally) Downer, 80, Fruita, died April 5, 2009, at his home. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Martin Mortuary. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the mortuary. Survivors include his wife, Ruby of ...

Reports of sickness bring state action against Montrose dairy

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State health officials Tuesday ordered a Montrose dairy to stop distributing its raw milk after 11 Western Slope residents reported being infected with campylobacter in a little more than a week. The Colorado Department of Public Health and ...

Senate panel OKs 2 bills targeting Pinnacol

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A budget move that would take insurance-company reserves and put them into Colorado colleges and universities won approval in a legislative committee, but faces several other hurdles. The Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday passed ...

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