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Medical marijuana shops sprout in Grand Valley

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction is getting a little greener every day as medical marijuana dispensaries continue to pop up like weeds in the city’s retail landscape Local estimates indicate seven medical marijuana dispensaries operate in Grand Junction, ...


Calendar: Sept 27, 2009

By Staff

Sunday, Sept. 27 • Shire of Wetgate Pass, Lincoln Park, 12th Street and Gunnison Avenue, 1 p.m., 243-9607. Nar-Anon, Unity Church, 3205 N. 12th St., 2 p.m., 241-7202. • SMART Recovery, Dos Rios Counseling Center, 514 Fruitvale ...


Law enforcement tries to stay one step ahead of dispensaries

By Amy Hamilton

The topic of medical marijuana has come to the forefront for law enforcement, Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey said. The law becomes tricky when people who are on probation or parole and are barred from using drugs get medical marijuana cards. ...


Major works of art can come in small sizes

By Sherida Warner

Some really good things do come in small packages. I was privileged earlier this month to view 61 small works of art in a trunk show from Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA). This prestigious group boasts 2,400 members, national and ...


Your Town Sept. 27, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Growing up a tomboy, my busy days were spent crawling around outside, playing with cars and trucks or seeing how high I could climb a tree. Most of the time, my knees were scabbed from roughhousing, or the knees of my pants were torn to ...


Funding national parks is essential

By The Daily Sentinel

Recommending that Congress devote more money to America’s national parks is pretty much a no-brainer. That said, it could be that a recommendation by the National Parks Second Century Commission simply doesn’t go far enough. The ...


Probe of former officer kept secret

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction city officials said documents from a pair of internal investigations involving a former Grand Junction Police Department officer will remain under wraps. The decision appears to fly in the face of state law and represents a ...


District 51, county choose to self-insure

By Emily Shockley

When School District 51 officials got a note from their health insurance provider saying employee insurance premiums were going up $1 million the next year, then-Superintendent Tim Mills decided it was time to try something new. The ...


Xcel to the rescue

By The Daily Sentinel

Xcel Energy is getting close to the completion of a $7 million rewiring of the Horizon Drive area. When the project is done Horizon Drive will have what an Xcel spokesman called “one of the most reliable systems on the Western ...


Tigers’ smashmouth approach stifles ’Cats

By Staff

Andy Willett walked off the Stocker Stadium football field Saturday night a bit bruised but certainly not battered. “I was beat up, but seeing the end of the game, it was worth it,” the Grand Junction High School quarterback ...


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