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TABOR tangle

By The Daily Sentinel

Pick one: ■ The Taxpayers Bill of Rights is the only thing standing between lawmakers and runaway spending. ■ The Taxpayers Bill of Rights is an anchor dragging on the Legislature’s ability to cover the growing needs of the ...

Economic drivers in focus

By Rick Wagner

This week I thought we would address developments in two of the pillars of Mesa County progress — pot and panhandling. In terms of growth industries, these seem to be leading the charge, although it’s difficult to determine the ...

Printed Letters: April 2, 2015

By Staff

It’s likely that ‘gender pay gap’ doesn’t exist “Stubborn pay gap between genders found in nursing” – so read the headline from the New York Times article published in the Sentinel’s Tuesday ...


The Hot Tomato 
celebrates a decade with custom beer from New Belgium

By Duffy Hayes

Beer and pizza are a great match — and for most of the last 10 years, so has been the partnership between Fruita’s Hot Tomato Cafe and progressive Colorado beermaker New Belgium Brewery. The two, in fact, are marking the popular ...


Man drove 100 mph with baby, police say

By Paul Shockley

A man described by a supporter in court Wednesday as a “wonderful father” is facing allegations he drove drunk through a residential area at speeds nearing 100 mph with his 4-month-old son, which followed a domestic violence ...

Allegiant Air pilots planning strike today; Vegas flights in doubt

By Staff

Pilots at discount carrier Allegiant Air are planning a strike today which they say could ground 250 flights, affecting 33,000 customers. The Las Vegas-based airline has gone to federal court to block the strike, calling it illegal. The ...


Banana-threat case ends in guilty plea

By Gary Harmon

A Fruitvale man who pointed a banana at officers last year in a prank gone wrong pleaded guilty Wednesday in an arrangement that will clear his record — if he doesn’t slip up. “Pulling a banana on a police officer, I could ...


Student chef to cook at Masters tourney

By Emily Shockley

It was two and a half years ago that decade-long Grand Junction resident George McLennan tried out for the TV series “Master Chef” in Denver. The judges liked his cooking, he said, but told him he “didn’t have a face ...

Coal for web

Moffat County to kick coal habit?

By Dennis Webb

A county that has both thrived and struggled due to its heavy reliance on the coal industry is stepping up its efforts to bring more diversity to its economy. Moffat County is one of seven counties and regions that have been selected to ...


Affidavit: Woman killed by machete

By Dennis Webb

A Carbondale man killed his wife with multiple strikes from a machete in February following an argument and had wanted to kill himself before he rear-ended a vehicle into a semi-truck, according to a police affidavit released ...

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