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Beetles are coming,  tamarisk is going

By The Daily Sentinel

The banks of the Colorado are due for a change, one that might seem jarring for those used to seeing large overhanging branches of tamarisk along the river. Thousands of beetles selected for their appetite for tamarisk are even now munching ...


Legislature should look out for Pinnacol’s customers

By The Daily Sentinel

Last spring, desperate legislators unwilling to make cuts to the Colorado budget, settled their hungry eyes on Pinnacol Insurance, the state’s carrier of last resort, for its millions in surplus. The company’s $500 million surplus ...


Blue Dog Salazar quiet on health care reform

By The Daily Sentinel

In the raging debate over health care over recent weeks in the nation’s capital, there has been one impenetrable zone of silence: The Washington, D.C., office of U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo. Salazar, whose 3rd Congressional District ...


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Daily Sentinel begins new era as part of longtime newspaper family

By Denny Herzog

By Dennis Herzog Executive editor Grand Junction Media Inc. on Friday completed the purchase of The Daily Sentinel and its associated businesses from Cox Enterprises Inc. Grand Junction Media is part of Seaton Publishing of Manhattan, Kan., ...


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Jay Seaton Column Aug. 01, 2009

By Jay Seaton

Jay Seaton is executive vice president of Grand Junction Media Inc., which purchased The Daily Sentinel. He will join the newspaper’s management team this month. It was love at first sight. As the plane eased over the Bookcliffs and ...


Saying goodbye to Sgt. Kinterknecht

By The Daily Sentinel

Montrose says goodbye today to police Sgt. David Kinterknecht, the officer shot in the line of duty on Saturday when he and others answered the call to a domestic-violence incident. It’s fitting and appreciated that Gov. Bill Ritter, a ...


Grand Valley is alive with the sound of bears

By The Daily Sentinel

Back in 2000, it seemed as though the Grand Valley was home to more bears than Yellowstone National Park. A record 132 bears were shot by law enforcement and private citizens that summer across the state. The carcasses of many bears that ...


Solving racial tensions over a glass of beer

By The Daily Sentinel

Sometime this evening, President Obama, Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Cambridge, Mass. Police Sgt. James Crowley are to tip a glass of suds, or two, and resolve their mutual differences. It’s not diplomacy of the highest order, ...


Stimulate safety by preventing rockfalls

By The Daily Sentinel

Boulders have a nasty habit of falling from the sheer walls of Colorado canyons and man has a convenient habit of building roads at the bottom of those canyons. On Tuesday evening, one of those boulders tumbled from high on one of those walls ...


Union Pacific’s trail of concerns

By The Daily Sentinel

The Union Pacific Railroad keeps finding itself in the uncomfortable position of being at odds with people who want to cross the company’s tracks for recreational purposes. The railroad worked a few years ago with a group that wanted to ...


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