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Mesa County’s concert two-step

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County commissioners have determined that hosting two major, country music concerts in different parts of the county on the same weekend will produce a fine tune. Their constituents have good reason to ask: Why? What possible ...

Fruitlands Forever

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa Land Trust’s ambitious undertaking to protect fruit and wine lands in the east end of the Grand Valley — and thereby ensure a minimum number of acres for a stable local fruit industry — deserves to, well, blossom. Other ...

Colorado Mesa U.

By The Daily Sentinel

With more than 60 potential new names suggested for Mesa State College, there’s a good chance that Colorado Mesa University — the name selected by the college Board of Trustees Tuesday — wasn’t the top choice for many ...

Ford flexes smaller muscles

By Staff

Ford Motor Co. announced its highest quarterly profit margin since 1998, and it did so not with its historic array of light trucks and SUVs, but with smaller passenger cars that get better fuel mileage. That’s good news for the only ...

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All gassed up about gas prices

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama announced over the weekend that the Justice Department has created a task force “with just one job: rooting out cases of fraud or manipulation in the oil markets that might affect gas prices.” Oh great. That ...

Calmer waters?

By The Daily Sentinel

A major agreement between Front Range water interests and those on the Western Slope, set to be formally unveiled this week, may go a long way toward ending intrastate water fights and calming Western Slope anxiety over the water demands of ...

Laura Luke

Councilwoman Luke

By The Daily Sentinel

We were as surprised as other observers that the Grand Junction City Council chose Laura Luke, an unknown in city politics, over more experienced and familiar people to fill the vacancy created by Bonnie Beckstein’s resignation. But ...

Party interests derail redistricting process

By The Daily Sentinel

What began with a hopeful announcement several months ago — that a bipartisan group of state lawmakers would hold meetings with citizens around the state and use their input to forge new and fair boundaries for the state’s seven ...

Catholic Outreach finds means to support troops

By Amy Hamilton

Denial of a federal grant can often be the kiss of death for a charitable project, but not so with Grand Valley Catholic Outreach’s plan to build housing for homeless veterans. When the organization didn’t receive a grant from the ...

Doug Bruce in the dock

By The Daily Sentinel

Anti-government crusader Douglas Bruce appeared in court in Denver this week, and denounced the criminal charges against him as political harassment and a publicity stunt. This from a man who has made a career out of thumbing his nose at the ...

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