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When ‘boy king’ stopped in Grand Junction, Iraq’s future looked much different

By Mary Louise Giblin Henderson

Although he was just 17 years old, he wasn’t your typical 1950s teenager. His olive complexion and liquid brown eyes, along with his facial features, betrayed his Middle Eastern ancestry. He was Faisal II, the “boy king” of ...


Improved business efficiencies can help rein in health costs

By Guest Columnist

By James Jonely Can you believe the extent of the effort that went into finding the politically correct route to creating a more effective U.S. health care system?  Still we are uncertain about whether coverage will become more ...


What hath Jobs wrought?

By The Daily Sentinel

Unless you have been hiding in Rattlesnake Canyon the past few months, you’re probably aware that Apple and its founder, Steve Jobs, on Saturday began selling a new product called the iPad. You may not understand what this latest ...


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Church celebrates Holy Week before move

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Around the world, Christians are celebrating the resurrection of their Lord. For congregants at First Assembly of God Church, Easter also comes not just with reassurance of their faith in God, but also reassurance that their new home will be ...


Romanoff gains in Democrats’ race for Senate

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U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., captured 56 percent of the votes at the Mesa County Democratic Party Assembly on Saturday, a showing that left him ahead of challenger Andrew Romanoff but by a lesser margin than Bennet enjoyed after last ...


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College dorms ban use of medical marijuana

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A statewide jump in medical marijuana card applications doesn’t seem to have affected college students much when it comes to living in residence halls. The majority of Colorado’s four-year public institutions require students, ...


Local Briefs, April 4, 2010

By Staff

Exchange student will speak HOTCHKISS — Susan Marie Kasza, an international 4-H youth exchange representative to England and Scotland, will speak at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Hotchkiss Library. Kasza spent six months living with local ...


Legal actions follow grouse decision as agencies emphasize conservation plans

By Dennis Webb

Efforts to protect the greater sage grouse will continue on dual tracks, in the courtroom and on the ground, following a federal decision in early March that an Endangered Species Act listing for the bird is warranted but precluded. Last ...


Your Town, April 4, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Easter Bunny stopped by with a large festive basket that was overflowing with scrumptious, low-calorie and fat-free community news, and I thought I’d share some it with you. Happy Easter! Lowe’s and Habitat for Humanity ...


Gray Gourmet, April 4, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, chicken gravy, island vegetables, apricots. Tuesday — Egg and sausage bake, asparagus, peach fluff, muffin. Wednesday — Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, chicken gravy, carrots, ...


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