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E-mail letters, July 26, 2010

By Staff

Jane Norton is the true conservative I have a unique resume of being heavily involved in both the Republican Senate campaigns. I was Ken Buck’s chair for El Paso County from April 2009 through October 2009. Several times I attempted ...

Personhood ad compares fetuses to slaves

By The AP

DENVER — Backers of Colorado’s personhood amendment are comparing the rights of fetuses to American slaves in a radio ad they plan to air. Supporters of Amendment 62 unveiled the spot on Monday at a press conference attended by ...

Terrible Tom enters the governor’s race

By The Daily Sentinel

Scott McInnis won’t withdraw from the race for governor. Dan Maes won’t withdraw. Tom Tancredo won’t wait. And the head of the Republican Party said it’s now very likely the GOP won’t win the gubernatorial race ...

Early isn’t always best

By The Daily Sentinel

Let’s say you’re a responsible, attentive voter, even an enthusiastic one. When you received your mail-in primary election ballot last week, you were well-prepared. You quickly marked the ballot with your choices, and mailed it to ...

Printed letters

By Staff

In response to the drilling disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, Congress is preparing to pass the Consolidated Land, Energy and Aquatic Resources Act, H.R. 3534, known as the CLEAR Act. Unfortunately the onshore-drilling part of the act is ...

America’s Best Idea is showcased at Colorado National Monument

By Denny Herzog

Just call this an unabashed ode to what documentarian Ken Burns called “America’s Best Idea.” That idea? The national parks. The 391 units that makeup the national park system are some of those little — in this case ...

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Judge: 192 years to life in prison for sex assaults

By Paul Shockley

A man convicted at trial earlier this year on 65 sex-assault related felonies involving teenage girls was sentenced this afternoon to 192 years to life in prison. Nerio “Ned” Martinez, 37, of Grand Junction, could have faced even ...

Man who died at ‘potholes’ identified

By Emily Shockley

The Mesa County Coroner’s Office has identified Michael Jacob “Jake” Higgins as the 27-year-old man that died Sunday at the Pot Holes on Glade Park. Higgins’ death was attributed to blunt force injuries of the head and ...

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Violators will be stowed

By Special to the Sentinel

An organized home is much easier to manage than a home with random piles everywhere. In a comfortable, well-styled home, everything has its rightful place. If you want a home that is well designed and easy to maintain, you must consider ...

Homes sold July 13-19

By Staff

NORTH SOLD PRICE 651 Serenity Lane $139,900 743 Woodridge Court $175,000 2939 Pheasant Run Circle $180,000 715 Glen Court #10 $205,000 2500 Pierce Ave. $285,000 795 Garrison Court $525,000 NORTHEAST 2988 Babbling Brook ...

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