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Email letters, September 1, 2015

By Staff

Editorial about ‘baseless allegations’ lacked credibility The Aug. 30 editorial about the “baseless allegations” was a quite interesting one. Of course, one must ask if the Daily Sentinel would have been just as ...

Prosecutors pursue first repeat DUI felony cases

By The AP

DENVER — Prosecutors across Colorado are pursuing their first cases with new, stricter penalties for repeat DUI offenders. Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law in June that makes a fourth DUI a felony punishable by up to six ...

International flight diverted due to passenger demanding cat

By The AP

DENVER — A woman is being held at an immigration detention facility in Aurora after she forced an international flight from Las Vegas to Frankfurt to make an emergency landing when she demanded access to her cat. KCNC-TV reports that ...

Federal judge to hear whether police violated protest order

By The AP

DENVER — A federal judge is set to hear arguments over whether Denver’s police chief should be held in contempt of court after officers seized protesters’ property. The hearing Tuesday before U.S. District Judge William ...


Regional Cancer Center opens up new treatments

By Special to the Sentinel

In a maze of hushed rooms several blocks from St. Mary’s busy Regional Cancer Center, banks of cabinets hold hundreds of thousands of samples and records of cancers. The materials span more than seven decades. And they represent more ...

Behind the curtain

By The Daily Sentinel

An FBI agent’s affidavit provided a clear glimpse of what federal authorities were looking for when they launched a raid on the Grand Junction Regional Airport offices in the fall of 2013. But it was sealed for more than 21 months and ...

Printed Letters: Sept. 1, 2015

By Staff

FBI doesn’t need help investigating airport I’m relieved to know that the Sentinel editorial staff is working diligently – filling in where the Federal Bureau of Investigation must be severely lacking in its (the FBI’s) ...

Silver bullets and sanitized history 
never serve the public interest

By Jim Spehar

“Never confuse movement with action.” — Ernest Hemingway I’ve long had a measurement of the worth of any activity I’m involved in…one that mirrors Hemingway’s statement above. “Is this ...

Mountain lions attack, kill 3 llamas in Gateway

By Amy Hamilton

A Gateway-area resident lost three of his four llamas over the weekend to mountain lion attacks, marking what he and wildlife officials said was a rare occurrence of a small band of juvenile lions hunting larger livestock. Officials with ...


Group urges action on Battlement Mesa drilling

By Dennis Webb

BATTLEMENT MESA — A citizens group on Monday called on fellow Battlement Mesa residents to join them in trying to prevent proposed drilling there or ensure that impacts are better minimized. “Tonight we want to put out a call to ...

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