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A win in Fruita?

By The Daily Sentinel

The second time may have been the charm for a proposed Fruita Recreation Center and a sales-tax increase to fund it. It appears Referred Measure 2C was approved by Fruita voters Tuesday. However, residents of Fruita may not know for weeks ...


Salazar sees no oil shale change by Obama team

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The pending change from the Bush administration to the Obama administration probably won’t change the nation’s approach to oil shale, Sen. Ken Salazar, D-Colo., said Wednesday. The existing program of allowing companies to ...


GarCo employee loses sensitive data disk

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County mailed notices to 7,000 people after a Department of Human Services employee took a disk with sensitive data home and then lost it. Those notified are past Human Services program applicants and recipients, and the data ...


McConnell steps down as director of Math and Science Center

By Staff

It will be the end of an era in January for the Western Colorado Math and Science Center when founder John McConnell steps down as director and city Councilwoman Teresa Coons takes his place. McConnell said it’s time for “someone ...


Fruita center hinges on absentee ballots

By Amy Hamilton

Unofficial election results Wednesday suggested Fruita residents will soon be swimming laps and shooting baskets in a new recreation center. Polls closed Tuesday night with Referred Measure 2C passing by 113 votes, 2,776 to 2,663. However, ...


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Flag waver shows her mood

By Amy Hamilton

With the nation’s deepening financial crisis and turmoil growing around the globe, Cassandra Klabunde can’t help but feel things are in disorder. So, the Clifton resident — who voted for Barack Obama on Tuesday in the ...


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ELN: Salazar eases to victory, will serve third term

By Staff

Democratic Congressman John Salazar coasted to his third victory at the polls, beating Republican Delta resident Wayne Wolf with more than 60 percent of the vote, according to unofficial election results. Salazar, who celebrated his victory ...


Dick Maynard Column November 05, 2008

By Staff

Back to the grindstone. With the Dow falling faster than the Cubs at season’s end, many retirees are experiencing first-rate panic when peeking at the family portfolio. This is the nest egg, until about two months ago. That was not only ...


a State fee hike to free funds for faculty pay raises

By Staff

Students at Mesa State College will pay a $5 per credit hour increase in student fees beginning in the spring semester to support faculty salaries. The Mesa State Board of Trustees voted Tuesday at its meeting in Montrose to approve the ...


Child porn suspect’s hearing delayed

By Staff

A Grand Junction man arrested on suspicion of possessing thousands of child pornography pictures has received a week’s delay before arraignment in federal court, said Jeffrey Dorschner, spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s ...


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