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Blotter: October 11, 2008

By Staff

Burglars hit businesses in Eagle County towns • Authorities are seeking information about several burglaries in Eagle County Wednesday and Thursday. The targets included Mountain Living Body Spa in Eagle, Edwards Chiropractic & ...


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Romer back on campaign trail, this time for Obama

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Three Colorado Democrats worked to fire up Mesa County Democrats on Friday as the trio passed through Grand Junction on a statewide tour of rural areas. In the eyes of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, “You’re just ...


Expanded county commission backed by present, former elected officials

By Staff

Supporters of a ballot question seeking to increase the size of the Mesa County Commission stood shoulder-to-shoulder as they promoted their proposal Friday morning in front of the old Mesa County courthouse. In the crowd of nearly a dozen ...


Backers, foes see different community centers

By Staff

Would the proposed Fruita community center be a recreation hall for all to enjoy, or is it a $12.89 million taxpayer-financed recreation center for the privileged? Linda Deaton, head of Fruita Citizens for Common Sense, which is opposed to ...


HG: Annie Payne Column October 11, 2008

By Annie Payne

My three siblings celebrate their birthdays in October. My mother worked hard every year to help them feel that their days were special despite being so close together. But with each birthday, the excitement of turning another year older ...


HG: Homegrown Column October 11, 2008

By Dennis Hill

We have dwarf apricot and dwarf peach trees about 10 years old. The last couple of years the fruit has not been very sweet. We see that they are sprayed every spring and summer. Is there some thing that we can do to receive sweeter fruit? We ...


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Houses, pets lost in Redlands Mesa Fire Fire likely human-caused

By Staff

HOTCHKISS — When police stopped Arthur Harriman on his drive home Thursday from Paonia to Redlands Mesa, he learned fire was threatening his home. Harriman was told to come back two hours later, at approximately 9 p.m., and when he did, ...


Tax breaks may be extended to some, local accountants say

By Staff

Accountants in Grand Junction are starting to hash out the bailout legislation going into the next tax year, and they’re seeing some breaks coming to certain taxpayers. “This new legislation extends a lot of tax breaks that ...


Bailout full of sweet deals for state

By {screen_name}

The $700 billion bailout had a little something for everyone — perhaps more people than you might have realized. Alaskans, Samoans, researchers, filmmakers, motorsports tracks, rum makers, bicycle commuters, donors of ...


Schaffer for Senate

By The Daily Sentinel

Coloradans have a clear ideological choice in the race for the U.S. Senate this year between Democrat Mark Udall, currently a congressman representing the state’s 2nd Congressional District, and Republican Bob Schaffer, who formerly ...


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