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Printed Letters: Jan. 27, 2015

By Staff

Strep test should be given for any hint of infection OK, now I am concerned. A number of my school-aged grandchildren visited their doctors with complaints of high fever, sore throats, swollen glands, etc. These physicians told them to go home ...

This time wasn’t different, after all

By Jim Spehar

“How long can this go on?” I’ve wondered that lately while observing Colorado’s oil and gas industry struggle with blossoming impacts of a perfect storm of low product prices, increasing production, declining demand and ...

Utah risks alienating big economic player

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s a certain irony in Bruce Babbitt condemning Utah’s push to take control of federal lands. Babbitt was the Interior secretary when the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument designation took Utah state officials by ...

Town of De Beque clears legal path for 2nd marijuana shop

By Amy Hamilton

If all goes as planned, a second retail recreational marijuana store will open in De Beque in a few months, thanks to a series of license and review approvals Monday night by town trustees. Elk Mountain Trading Post, which will include ...

Near end of balmy January, a record high

By Amy Hamilton

A balmy 58-degree Monday tied the record for the date set in 1972, helping to thaw out residents across the Grand Valley. The temperature peaked at 3:28 p.m. The record high temperature of 55 on today’s date is not expected to be ...

Club-20 meeting

Club 20 stands firm on severance tax

By Emily Shockley

Representatives from local government and Club 20 gathered Monday morning on the steps of the Mesa County Courthouse to voice their concerns about local communities potentially losing out on severance tax revenue. Gov. John ...


Prep pitchers could face pitch count

By Matt Meyer

New baseball pitch-count limits might be enacted at the Colorado High School Activities Association winter legislative meeting to reduce stress on young arms. Under current CHSAA guidelines, a varsity baseball pitcher may pitch no more than ...


CHSAA considers major changes

By Matt Meyer

Potentially changing the transfer waiver process for high school athletes and removing postseason eligibility for teams playing down a classification are two key proposals that will be considered Thursday during the Colorado High School ...

Low-cost spay, neutering services to continue

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County pets will remain eligible for low-cost spay or neuter procedures this year, thanks to a continuing partnership between Mesa County Animal Services and local veterinarians, plus a $22,500 grant from the Animal Assistance ...


Electronic scoring proposed for golf

By Matt Meyer

The Colorado High School Activities Association’s golf committee will present a proposal during the CHSAA winter legislative council meeting Thursday that would require the electronic scoring system iWanamaker to be used at all regular ...

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