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County eyes tax for DA, sheriff

By Gary Harmon

Revenues from a public-safety sales tax in Mesa County would go to the Sheriff’s Office and the district attorney, but those agencies still would have to compete for general-fund money, Mesa County Commissioner Scott McInnis said. He is ...


Death Notices, March 27, 2017

By Staff

■ Jonquil Faith Roinestad, 74, Grand Junction, died March 23, 2017, at her home. She was a retired marketing associate. Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at American Lutheran Church. Survivors include one brother, Dwight of Castle ...


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REPEAT PERFORMANCE

By Patti Arnold

PJ Gonzalez knew it was coming. After Bligh Madris launched a no-doubter into the parking lot Sunday, just as he did Saturday, Gonzalez got plunked on the very next pitch. “I’m sorry,” Madris said with a grin. “That ...


Mesa pitcher Surface comes up big again in softball sweep of Mines

By Staff

McKenzie Surface followed up Saturday’s three-hit shutout with a four-hit shutout Sunday, leading the No. 24 Colorado Mesa softball team to a four-game sweep of Colorado School of Mines. Surface’s pitching gem helped the Mavericks ...


Printed Letters: March 26, 2017

By Staff

Citizens must vote for change for city to thrive Everybody, including the Sentinel, says they want change, new ideas and a creative vision, but when you look at who wins elections and gets many Sentinel endorsements, the result is the same ...


Bears Ears flap shows how lack of compromise inflicts harm

By Robin Brown

It’s been interesting watching the drama unfold next door in Utah concerning the public lands debate. Being only 30 miles from the border, we often share more in common with our neighbor than we do with our own capital some 240 miles ...


Respect for the rule of law is the foundation of our longevity

By Guest Columnist

By Bernie Buescher What makes America great? How do we survive tough, chaotic times? Lots of folks are worried about the chaos that seems to permeate our civic and political worlds. Countless people have asked me “What do we do ...


Revisiting the open burn environment 
in the wake of city’s new restrictions

By Guest Columnist

By Kristin Winn For the past four years, Citizens for Clean Air has worked to educate citizens, elected officials, government employees and the media about the difficulties posed by open burning in the Grand Valley and to find alternatives ...


Our man in D.C. must do better

By The Daily Sentinel

What’s the fallout of the failed effort to repeal and replace Obamacare? For most of us, it’s simple. The health-care landscape remains unchanged for the foreseeable future, although Republicans will continue to pick at the edges ...


CMU softball scores, March 25, 2017

By Staff

Colo. Mesa 8, Colo. Mines 0 Saturday at Golden Game 1 Colorado Mesa (AB-R-H-RBI) Manwarren rf 4-2-2-0, Dufour 2b 4-1-3-0, Houkamau 1b 3-0-1-1, Hodgson cf 4-2-2-3, Jacobi 3b 4-1-1-2, Mrofcza lf 3-1-1-0, Pakes c 3-0-0-0, Phillis dp 2-1-1-1, ...


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