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HW: Nursing supervisor wins $100,000 fellowship

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Western Colorado might be one of the nation’s fastest-growing areas, but its rural character in many ways still lags behind that of urban centers, an aspect of life that a Mesa State College nursing professor hopes to treat. Rural ...


Stranded family of four sleeps in their truck

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A family of four that spent Sunday night atop Grand Mesa should serve as an object lesson for how to deal with the coming high- country winter, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said. Scott Wall, his wife, Jenna, and two children ...


You Said It Collumn December 02, 2008

By Staff

• There are four hospitals in this area, including the VA hospital. If only they would make it a no-smoking campus. You can see patients, nurses, supervisors, lab and X-ray and the police all standing out in front of the ...


You Said It Column December 01, 2008

By Staff

•  Palisade residents are great. Many mornings, as I do my crossing guard duty for Taylor Elementary, I have people coming up to me with coffee or hot chocolate. Also the people at the Super Stop have been giving me coffee for free. ...


Homework: Student Voices December 01, 2008

By Staff

Students from East Middle school reflect on the casualties of war, the anguish of animal cruelty and the benefits of getting more sleep. Wars take many tolls •   Greed, hatred and hunger for more. Stop all the fighting and ...


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SOW: Robert Sheetz December 01, 2008

By Staff

On the 13th minute of the 13th hour when he was 13 years old, Robert Sheetz said he was diagnosed with cancer. “That would be why I don’t like the number 13,” Sheetz said. The 18-year-old senior at Central High School said ...


Don’t blame Obama for market gyrations

By The Daily Sentinel

No sooner had Barack Obama been elected president than the securities markets, already in a year-long steep downward spiral, shed yet another 20 percent or so of their value. That plunge sent the right-wing chattering class into ...


Signs of the times

By The Daily Sentinel

If at first you don’t succeed, sue somebody. Tom Lowrey, president of the Grand View Homeowners Association, seems to have learned that lesson well. You may have seen Lowrey’s name in this newspaper in the weeks leading up to ...


Palisade looks at options for civic center

By Staff

The town of Palisade is weighing the pros and cons of five plans for a civic center before determining how much it would cost. The center would be built in the historic high school building acquired from District 51 earlier this year. Two ...


County road, building projects stay on track

By Staff

As Mesa County moves toward a final budget for 2009, officials say they foresee slower growth in sales tax revenue but increases in grants and other revenue. The local economy is starting to slow, forcing some belt tightening by the county, ...


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