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Printed letters, Oct. 20, 2010

By Staff

Consumer-driven health care plan would be better On Oct. 6, Dr. Michael Pramenko, president of Colorado Medical Society and member of Club 20 Health care Committee, wrote a clear column for universal health care coverage. Enrolling all ...


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Dan Maes’ campaign is intellectually bankrupt

By The Daily Sentinel

The news over the weekend that Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes filed for bankruptcy 20 years ago caught GOP leaders off guard, since they had asked him when he entered the race if there was anything in his past that could damage ...


Bruce avoids contempt charges while leaving his partners holding the bag

By Bill Grant

Despite encouraging signs that Amendments 60 and 61, and Proposition 101— the financial time-bombs conservacranks have launched to wreck Colorado state and local governments — are heading toward defeat, it is way too soon to ...


Retain local judges

By The Daily Sentinel

Three judges in Mesa County are up for retention this year. Voters should cast their ballots to retain all three of them. District Judges Richard T. Gurley and Valerie J. Robison, along with County Judge Bruce R. Raaum are on the ballot. ...


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Homeless pets get free vaccinations

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

They came in all shapes and sizes ... short, fat, sleek and hairy ... some arrived in kennels while others came with nothing more than a threadbare rope around their necks. More than 80 dogs and just a few cats were given free vaccinations ...


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New Mesa State student center

By Christopher Tomlinson

Chris Tomlinson takes a tour of the new College Center at Mesa State College.  ...


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Rain brings cooling and revived fishing to Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,634 msl Water Temperature 69 -72F PAGE, Ariz. — Lots of rain this week will create some absolutely beautiful waterfalls tumbling off the cliffs walls surrounding Lake Powell. Cooler days will finally cool the water ...


E-mail letters, Oct. 19, 2010

By Staff

Government works best when it gets out of the way It is great when the government asks for the best to solve a problem and gets out of the way to let people involved solve it. The rescue of the Chilean miners is a perfect example of what can ...


Govt and Indian farmers agree on $680M settlement

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The government and American Indian farmers who say they were denied farm loans have agreed on terms for a $680 million settlement of a long-running lawsuit. The two sides agreed on the deal after more than 10 months of ...


Ex-neighbor, friend of victim testifies in Nemnich trial

By Paul Shockley

A friend and neighbor of murder victim Linda Benson from 1975 told jurors this morning that Benson was a good mother who was happy with her life in the days leading up to Benson’s murder in July that year. “Was she the type of ...


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