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Scott for state Senate

By The Daily Sentinel

Democrat Claudette Konola is the “change” candidate in the District 7 race for state Senate. She’s running on a platform of making life better for families and improving education, which stands in sharp contrast to the ...

No on Amendment 68

By The Daily Sentinel

There are so many things to dislike about Amendment 68 that it’s difficult to zero in on any one reason why voters should reject it. One of the more compelling is that Amendment 68 overrides a constitutional provision that gives local ...

Right for all to marry comes to Colorado

By Bill Grant

After years of battling against the gay marriage ban passed in 2006, Coloradans supporting same-sex marriage equality finally have tacit U.S. Supreme Court approval for their right to marry the person of their choice. To the surprise of many ...

Printed Letters: Oct. 8, 2014

By Staff

Library incident shows candidate’s intolerance Yeulin Willett ran a full page ad in the Daily Sentinel on Sunday, touting what he believes are the wonderful, positive characteristics that make him worthy of public office. Our experience ...

Pilot had long love of flying

By Emily Shockley

Peyton resident and pilot Mark Shook, 61, was visiting his wife’s sister, 50-year-old Rebecca Molle, in Grand Junction when the two decided to fly over Colorado National Monument Saturday in a Xenon gyroplane, according to Mark’s ...

Blotter, Oct. 8, 2014

By Staff

Cops ID victim in crash The body of a man found in a car in the Highline Canal Monday has been identified as Kolten Allen Ducy, 21, of Palisade. According to the Mesa County Coroner’s Office, Ducy’s death was an accidental ...


Trim budget, Scott says in Senate bid

By Gary Harmon

The state’s budget needs to be trimmed — in part to funnel more money into public schools — state Rep. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction, said Tuesday, as he said that four years in the Legislature have taught him that ...

Guns and energy top Senate debate

By Charles Ashby

HOTCHKISS — Coal mining, guns and the state’s public employee pension were only some of the topics candidates for two legislative races discussed Tuesday night at a League of Women’s Voters debate here. The candidates for ...

Feds asked to extend comments on Western cuckoo

By Gary Harmon

Representatives from several Western states, including U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., are asking the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to continue taking comment on the status of the Western yellow-billed cuckoo and its habitat through Dec. ...

Sheriff should focus on women, candidate says

By Mike Wiggins

A former law enforcement officer who wants to return to work as Mesa County sheriff said he would emphasize a community policing philosophy and focus on helping female victims of crime. In a meeting with The Daily Sentinel editorial board ...

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