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e-mail letters, March 16, 2011

By Staff

Richards is articulate, passionate and practical Thanks to The Daily Sentinel for running the “City Council At-Large Q & A.” About a month ago, I met Jacob Richards at a downtown Writers’ Forum gathering, and listened ...

Printed letters, March 17, 2011

By Staff

Cutting federal budget shouldn’t be ideological I recently received a response from Rep. Scott Tipton addressing my concerns for the proposed elimination of funding for public broadcasting. In it, he said he believes public broadcasting ...

‘Ganja Gourmet,’ other dispensaries remain in a regulatory netherworld

By Rick Wagner

How many of you have heard of the Medical Marijuana Assistance Program of America? Well, it’s based in Colorado and, if you had been watching Saturday Night Live in February, you would’ve heard the program lampooned as “some ...

Vote ‘For the Ordinance’’ on Referred Measure A

By The Daily Sentinel

By now, most citizens of Grand Junction have received their mail-in ballots for the April 5 municipal election. Many of those voters may be puzzling over which of the five candidates to select for the open, at-large seat on the City ...

Goal posts to go after collapse at CO rugby field

By The AP

TIMNATH — Officials in Timnath don’t want anyone else playing rugby on the field where a teen player collapsed and later died. Town councilors voted Tuesday to remove the field’s goal posts. The Fort Collins Coloradoan ...

College Liquors

By Staff

Started in 1998, College Liquors is unique. Make your own 6 packs from Western Colorado’s largest selection of beer with over 1,000 different cold beers in single bottles in our walk-in cold beer room. There are over 350 Belgian and ...

Colo. family gets news of CIA contractor’s release

By The AP

HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. (AP) — The wife of the CIA contractor freed in Pakistan isn’t saying much about his release. Rebecca Davis spoke briefly at her home in suburban Denver on Wednesday. She said she had heard the news but said ...

State board to mull medical pot regulations

By The AP

DENVER — Marijuana doctors in Colorado are supposed to have a “bona fide” relationship with patients before recommending the drug. State health regulators are working to define what a “bona fide” relationship ...

Colo. officials mull possible nuclear power plant

By The AP

PUEBLO — Officials in southern Colorado are taking testimony on a proposed energy project that could include a nuclear power plant. About 20 people who support the project turned out for the first of two hearings in Pueblo on ...

Death Notices, March 16, 2011

By Staff

Paula Aller, 57, Montrose, died March 13, 2011, at the University Hospital in Denver. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Crossroads Victory Worship Center in Montrose. Burial to follow at Valley Lawn Cemetery. Joanne E. “Owen” ...

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