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OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes Column March 22, 2009

By Bill Haggerty

“With his faithful Indian companion, Tonto, the daring and resourceful masked rider of the plains led the fight for law and order in the early western United States. Nowhere in the pages of history can one find a greater champion of ...


POR Martha Cochran March 22, 2009

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — When Martha Cochran recently set out to write a book, she found her subjects to be people who generally have little to say about themselves. Fortunately for Cochran, they are a lot more forthcoming about their land. ...

Death Notices: March 22, 2009

By Staff

•  Donna Joan Austin, 76, Grand Junction, died March 19, 2009, at Larchwood Inns.. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Faith Heights Church. Interment will follow. Mrs. Austin was a homemaker. Survivors include three ...

Bob Silbernagel Column March 22, 2009

By Bob Silbernagel

More than 75 percent of people in Grand Junction want to see Colorado’s ballot requirements changed so that it is more difficult to get a constitutional amendment on the ballot and requires a greater percentage of the vote to pass a ...


POR Konrad Krauland March 22, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

On a midwinter morning carrying a wind almost as cold as the national economy, Konrad Krauland’s warm smile was more welcome than usual. Normally enthusiastic and upbeat, Krauland, founder of Innovative Textiles Inc. of Grand Junction, ...

Andrew Gulliford Column March 22, 2009

By Staff

BLUFF, Utah — Edward Abbey called her a “girl ranger” and she was — among the very first.  She began her federal career tracking grave robbers and pothunters in southeast Utah and ended it catching pot growers in ...

Gas rules will not be inconsequential

By The Daily Sentinel

In all likelihood, the new gas-drilling regulations developed by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission will be approved by the state Senate this week and sent on to Gov. Bill Ritter for his signature. If that happens, the bulk of ...

The AIG distraction

By The Daily Sentinel

We are as outraged as anyone about the unconscionable bonuses paid to AIG executives who helped bring the company down. But we quickly are becoming just as outraged with a Congress that fritters away valuable time grandstanding about the AIG ...


POR David Starr March 22, 2009

By Staff

CEDAREDGE — Occasionally chords from a guitar lesson at Starr’s Guitars in Cedaredge waft downstairs. Like stew cooking in a slow cooker, the music warms the whole place up. The lone guitar store in a town with only one stop light ...

Nonprofit looks for help for homeless

By Staff

HomeAid Colorado is looking for partners in Grand Junction to assist the working homeless and those who have temporarily fallen on hard times. The nonprofit organization met with members of the Housing and Building Association of Northwest ...

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