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HW: New Fruita hospital nearer to completion

By Melinda Mawdsley

Fruita needs a new hospital, and help is just months away. Family Health West’s new 39,000-square-foot hospital is scheduled to open July 1. The hospital will have 15 beds and be available for emergency, surgical and outpatient and ...

Briefs: Local Sports March 10, 2009

By Staff

PREP BASEBALL Fruita Monument got another strong output in both aspects of the game as the Wildcats (3-0) defeated Centaurus 10-2 to begin a three-game road trip. Shannon Reynolds threw four innings in picking up his first victory of the ...

GJSENTINEL.COM BLOG: WINE OPENERS Fresh and Wyld in Paonia features organic, local foods

By Dave Buchanan

Posted by Dave Buchanan at 3:50 p.m. on March 2 The Hostess and I spent Friday skiing the steep but not-so-deep of Telluride, a lovely day of confused weather (blowing snow and cold, cold wind alternating with spring-warm, sunny skies) and ...

Skinny Tire Festival begins this weekend

By Staff

Moab is world-renowned for its mountain biking scenery, but this weekend the road bikes take center stage. The ninth annual Moab Skinny Tire Festival begins Saturday morning and continues through Monday. The festival is known as one of the ...

Briefs: Local News March 10, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Student honored as top scholar • Lauren Nieman of Grand Junction was honored March 8 by the University of Northern Colorado as one of the top undergraduate scholars in biological sciences at the College of Natural and Health Sciences ...


Cajun eatery opens in downtown GJ

By Carrie Marfitano

Sue Perkins hopes visitors to her new Cajun seafood restaurant, La Louisiane, feel like they’re in Louisiana itself. Perkins said her seafood arrives 12 hours after the boat carrying it docks at the New Orleans Fish House. Her coffee, ...

Obama opens needed research door

By The Daily Sentinel

Medical research got an important boost from President Barack Obama Monday when he reversed a George W. Bush executive order regarding stem cells. Obama’s edict allows scientists performing research using embryonic stem cells — ...

Senior exemption proves a poor gift

By The Daily Sentinel

The Legislature giveth and the Legislature taketh away. And, with the state facing a budget shortfall of more than $1 billion over the next 16 months, the Legislature is definitely in a taking mood. As a result, a tax exemption that can ...

Bill Grant Column March 10, 2009

By Bill Grant

Now that HB 1292, to adopt the new oil and gas regulations proposed by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, has cleared a legislative committee hurdle, no effort will be spared by the Legislature’s oil and gas clique to ...

Death Notices: March 10, 2009

By Staff

•  Mary Ellen Fedinec, 62, Clifton, died March 8, 2009, at her home. A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Ms. Fedinec was a journeyman board operator. She is survived by two daughters, ...

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