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Email Letters: October 25, 2016

By Staff

Paper contained example of The Sentinel’s slanted journalism Today’s paper had yet another example of The Daily Sentinel’s slanted journalism. Curious to see what the diverse faith community had to say about the election, I ...

Person injured after fall of 30 to 50 feet at Denver stadium

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say a football fan leaving the Broncos game Monday night suffered serious injuries after the person fell 30 to 50 feet at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, KDVR-TV reports. A Denver Fire Department spokesman says ...

New Mexico to outline legal steps after toxic mine spill

By The AP

AZTEC, N.M. — The state’s top prosecutor and elected officials from northwestern New Mexico and the Navajo Nation are meeting with residents and business owners to talk about possible legal steps following last year’s mine ...

Beer run! Self-driving truck goes 120-plus miles on delivery

By The AP

DENVER — Anheuser-Busch says it has completed the world’s first commercial shipment by self-driving truck, sending a beer-filled tractor-trailer on a journey of more than 120 miles through Colorado. The company says it teamed with ...

Vote! Or don’t

By The Daily Sentinel

Television personality Mike Rowe recently lamented celebrity-driven “get out the vote” efforts because they make casting a ballot a priority over knowing the issues. In a well-circulated Facebook post, he wrote: “Like all ...

Giving Colorado’s Constitution 
the care it deserves

By Jim Spehar

You’ve seen your ballot by now. They arrived last week. Is there a better reason to vote “Yes” on Amendment 71, making it harder to amend Colorado’s constitution? Six proposed constitutional amendments and three more ...

Printed Letters: October 25, 2016

By Staff

Support changes to fire code on open burning The Grand Junction City Council will soon be considering a change in their fire code that would address non-agricultural open burning within city limits. Citizens for Clean Air has asked the ...

Central nets top player, coach on all-Southwestern League softball team

By Jon Mitchell

Student-athletes from District 51 high schools were well represented Monday when the all-Southwestern League softball team was announced. The team with the most all-league selections was Central, the SWL’s three-time defending ...

Mavs need hot streak to reach postseason

By Patti Arnold

In order to finish business, it’s clear what needs to happen for the Colorado Mesa football team. The Mavericks must win their final three games and hope at least three teams stumble down the stretch. Colorado Mesa (6-2) is No. 10 in ...


Pepper-sprayed guard slams shoplifting suspect

By Mike Wiggins

A Clifton woman was arrested after she allegedly pepper-sprayed a home improvement store loss-prevention officer who tried to stop her from shoplifting laundry detergent. Jolene Kay Madriz-Rubio, 28, is facing felony and misdemeanor charges ...

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