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Voters’ secret ballots may not be so secret after ruling

By Charles Ashby

The state’s county clerks plan to ask the Colorado Legislature when it reconvenes in January to make ballots exempt from the Colorado Open Records Act. The clerks say a Colorado Court of Appeals ruling in August that ballots are public ...


A message to our readers

By Jay Seaton

When I walked into the Sentinel building Monday morning the lobby was packed with agitated customers, and we still did not have an operating printing press. For two days we printed The Daily Sentinel at the Montrose Daily Press. Last ...


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Clifton Elementary transforms scores, school culture

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A lot changed last year at Clifton Elementary School. Discipline problems and tardiness decreased, and scores increased as students were assessed more often throughout the year to track their progress. They started the day on a high note with ...


Traffic alert, Nov. 13, 2011

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: 12th Street Median: Work has switched to daylight hours to install medians and a new crosswalk on 12th Street between Elm and Mesa avenues. Two inside lanes will be closed ...


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$1,500 reward in buck’s trophy poaching

By Amy Hamilton

Wildlife officials are seeking the public’s help in finding the person or people responsible for illegally killing a buck mule deer near Parachute last week and taking only the animal’s substantial antlers and its head, according ...


Library to host open house on expansion next week

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For years, the Mesa County Public Library District has been contemplating what to do with what it considers to be the overcrowded, outdated central library. Now that administrators have the makings of a plan, they want to hear what the public ...


GOP not sure about appeal of congressional districts

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Republican Party hasn’t decided whether it will appeal a Denver District Court ruling issued late last week to adopt a Democratic map redrawing congressional district lines. Republicans don’t like the map, in part, ...


Source of legal notice publication arose in court last year

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A Mesa County judge last year rejected a proposal that a delinquent debtor be notified of collection attempts by a legal notice in the Fruita Times. In the case, a hardware store was attempting to contact the debtor, Jerry Karl, to deal with ...


Jobs with benefits: 400 apply at Powderhorn

By Amy Hamilton

A couple inches of snow on Grand Mesa was the perfect harbinger of the swooshing season to come for the hundreds of applicants who showed for a job fair Saturday at Powderhorn Mountain Resort. By 8:30 a.m. a line of applicants wound around ...


More energy firms are fined for failing to fix well problems

By Dennis Webb

Energy companies with wells in Garfield and Moffat counties are among a growing number to be hit with sizable fines in Colorado for failing to respond to allegations of rules violations at their facilities. The Colorado Oil and Gas ...


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