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Attack on a ranger

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Utah State Parks Ranger Brody Young was reported in serious condition at St. Mary’s Hospital Monday. The condition of the man who is suspected of shooting Young, Lance Leeroy Arellano of the Provo area, remained unknown. That’s ...

A healthy scrutiny

By The Daily Sentinel

Community cooperation in the delivery of health care services appears to be a critical factor in successful health care systems. That sort of cooperation is a key reason a Nobel Prize-winning economist has plans to lead a research team ...

Keeping the wheels on the county contraption

By The Daily Sentinel

In a recent episode of the continuing Mesa County soap opera, Sheriff Stan Hilkey’s department last week investigated an anonymous e-mail sent to all county employees — using expletives to describe County Commissioner Craig Meis ...

Mistrust in Montrose

By The Daily Sentinel

Those negotiations between representatives of the Montrose County Board of Commissioners and the Montrose County Hospital Board appear to have been exercises in futility. After two weeks of closed meetings that were aimed at resolving ...


Enthusiasm for GM

By The Daily Sentinel

The American auto company dubbed “Government Motors” ever since its bankruptcy and bailout with federal dollars took a significant step Thursday toward becoming a private entity once again. Shares of General Motors were traded at ...

Moving forward with public safety project

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Grand Junction City Council members agreed to a plan for a new public-safety center Tuesday — a plan that would combine the city’s police headquarters and the 911 dispatch center in one new building to be constructed on a ...

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A man of honor deserves this medal

By The Daily Sentinel

What sort of courage does it require to race headlong into “a wall of bullets” to rescue your comrades in arms and kill enemy fighters? And what kind of humility does it demonstrate to gratefully accept the nation’s highest ...


Rangel must go

By The Daily Sentinel

On Monday, New York Congressman Charles Rangel theatrically excused himself from the House Ethics Committee trial over Rangel’s violations of House rules. If only he would permanently excuse himself from Congress, now that an ...

Buses get gassed

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Valley Transit took a turn down an important new road this week — a route toward cleaner, less-expensive natural gas fuel. The Mesa County commissioners on Monday approved the purchase of two new compressed natural gas buses for ...

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TSA efforts panned

By The Daily Sentinel

Opposition is growing to the Transportation Security Administration’s use of full-body scanners at airports. New Jersey state lawmakers on Monday announced a resolution urging Congress to outlaw the scanners and the personal pat-downs ...

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