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Gary Harmon Column February 05, 2009

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Crank up the old time machine for a moment and go back to 1933, when unemployment was approaching 25 percent and the U.S. government, under a newly minted president, was looking for jobs Americans could do to be gainfully employed. One of ...


Death Notices: February 05, 2009

By Staff

•  William H. (Bill) Darlington, 78, Paonia, died Jan. 31, 2009, at his home. Private services will be at a later date. Survivors include his wife, Nadine; one son, Mark of Steamboat Springs; one stepson, Steve Aten of ...


Rick Wagner Column February 05, 2009

By Rick Wagner

Earlier this week while working downtown, I felt a great disturbance in The Force. I quickly stopped my light saber practice and tried to locate the source of the upheaval. I soon realized it was the result of a great heaving sigh from ...


A tasty decision

By The Daily Sentinel

At least one liquor store in unincorporated Mesa County will soon be offering wine samples to its customers, thanks to a decision made this week by the Mesa County Commissioners. We expect other liquor retailers will follow suit before ...


Cabinet ethics

By The Daily Sentinel

And you thought Hillary Clinton was going to be the troublesome Cabinet nominee. Tom Daschle’s personal resumé of the past few years includes exactly the sort of activity President Barack Obama said he wants to exorcise from the ...


Briefs: Local News February 05, 2009

By Staff

Mesa County Safety Fair to take place Feb. 12-13 • The Mesa County Safety Fair will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 12 and 9 a.m. to noon Feb. 13, at Mesa Mall. The fair will include more than 30 local organizations providing a ...


Road, bridge repair fee bill advances

By Staff

Changes that Republicans and moderate Democrats made Wednesday to a sprawling $250 million roads-funding proposal did little to allay conservatives’ concerns with the bill in the state Senate. “What we are considering is a ...


State alleges gas drilling violations near Project Rulison

By Dennis Webb

A Denver energy company has until next week to respond formally to state allegations that it may not have conducted required surveying work to determine how close it drilled to the Project Rulison underground nuclear blast site. Noble Energy ...


Ritter fills Mesa State board opening, reappoints Elliott

By Staff

Gov. Bill Ritter appointed the new president of Rocky Mountain PBS, Doug Price,  and reappointed Lena Elliott to Mesa State College’s board of trustees. Price was president of FirstBank of Colorado for 22 years and became president ...


Blotter: February 05, 2009

By Staff

Pickup abandoned, burned • A pickup was found in flames near 27 1/4 Road and Grand Junction Regional Airport around 8:30 p.m. Jan. 28. Mesa County sheriff’s deputies said the truck probably had been left in the area because it was ...


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