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Getting It Right, Feb. 4, 2011

By Staff

A story on Page 2A Monday should have said Mesa State College and Fort Lewis College were the first two libraries on the Western Slope to join the Prospector regional union catalog. The Mesa County Public Library District and Western State ...

City honors Bike Shop for being good partner

By {screen_name}

The Bike Shop received the 2010 Grand Junction Parks Partner Award on Thursday during the Parks and Recreation Department’s advisory board meeting. The honor, which the department began awarding in 2008, recognizes outstanding ...

Blotter, Feb. 4, 2011

By Staff

Sex offender arrested Leo Young, 37, of Fruita, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of retaliation against and intimidating a witness or victim, stalking, tampering with evidence, tampering with a witness, violating bail bond conditions and a ...

Industry ends legal challenge of oil, gas rules

By Dennis Webb

An oil and gas industry trade group is dropping its lawsuit challenging Colorado’s new oil and gas rules. The Colorado Oil & Gas Association and Colorado Department of Natural Resources today jointly announced the withdrawal of the ...

A bipartisan repeal on health care reform

By The Daily Sentinel

The Republican effort to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act died a swift death in the Senate Wednesday, falling on a party-line vote, just as everyone expected. But Democrats and Republicans proved they could work together ...

Printed letters, Feb. 4, 2011

By Staff

Do two wrongs make something right? How about adding a wrong to an existing wrong — does that make it right? “No,” is the answer to either question and yet this is what Adele Israel advocates in her ...

Senate-floor shouting match was about control of 3rd Congressional District

By Josh Penry

You have to give it to the Democrats in Colorado. They are just plain meaner, tougher and more audaciously ruthless than we Republicans. It’s true. If politics is war by another means, Colorado Democrats fight with the lethal precision ...

Food for thought on health inspections

By The Daily Sentinel

If you’re preparing to head out for a meal at one of Mesa County’s many eateries some time soon, start with this understanding: None of the restaurants listed this week with critical violations during inspections by the Mesa ...

Utah: Bill says marriage ordained by God

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A bill introduced in the Utah Legislature would define marriage in state law as existing between one man and one woman and supported by God. The proposal reinforces the values of Utah residents but doesn’t have ...

GOP takes aim at Colorado’s tag fees

By The AP

DENVER — Democratic lawmakers say Colorado drivers who have been paying — and complaining about — higher auto registration fees and late penalties for the last two years shouldn’t expect the added costs to go away ...

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