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Email letters, August 6, 2014

By Staff

Stapleton’s policies prove he is deserving of votes I have had the pleasure to meet State Treasurer, Walker Stapleton, and to get to know him. I find him to be running a positive campaign with a clear vision for Colorado’s ...


Deputy VA secretary visiting Denver medical center

By The AP

DENVER — Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs Sloan Gibson is visiting the Denver VA Medical Center Wednesday. Gibson is scheduled to tour the facilities and meet with employees during his stop. On Tuesday evening, Gibson spoke to a ...


Polis faces angry crowd at Boulder town hall

By The AP

BOULDER — Congressman Jared Polis is facing fallout for his decision to drop two ballot measures seeking limits on oil and gas drilling. Reports are that dozens of people angry about the deal Polis reached with Gov. John Hickenlooper ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 6, 2014

By Staff

Hobby Lobby’s beliefs selective at best While some Daily Sentinel readers and the male members of the Supreme Court feel that the owners of Hobby Lobby should not go against their heartfelt religious beliefs about providing certain ...


Nobody wins so 
everybody wins?

By The Daily Sentinel

The 11th-hour fracking compromise brokered by Gov. John Hickenlooper removed four initiatives from November’s ballot, averting a costly winner-take-all political battle that threatened the viability of the oil and gas industry in ...


Colorado’s protective ‘bubble law’ near abortion clinics in jeopardy

By Bill Grant

In a rare unanimous decision, the most activist U.S. Supreme Court in recent history overturned a Massachusetts law establishing a 35-foot buffer zone around abortion clinics in a decision handed down June 26, 2014. The issue came before the ...


Alberti Chavez goes up for the throw

GJ Rockies’ bats remain cool in third straight loss

By Staff

Billings preferred to score its runs in pairs Tuesday night as the Mustangs defeated the Grand Junction Rockies 6-2 in a Pioneer League baseball game in Billings, Montana. The Mustangs (24-24) roughed up Grand Junction starting pitcher Carlos ...


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Nate the great

By Eden Laase

There are three things fans can expect every Tuesday night at the Rim Rock Rodeo: Halfway through the competition, as the sun goes down, they will be asked to flip the switch on a light post if they are sitting next to one. They can expect ...


CMU earns academic award

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s volleyball team performed well on the court and in the classroom in 2013-14. The Mavericks, who finished 21-8, had a team grade-point average of 3.5 for the 2013-14 school year to earn an American Volleyball Coaches ...


Local auto racing results, Aug. 5, 2014

By Staff

Western Colorado Drag Races Saturday at Western Colorado Dragway Junior Dragsters 1. Charlie Ruckman, Grand Jct., 7.967 ET, 80.50 mph, 7.93 dial-in 2. Violet Bambino, Grand Jct., 8.068, 78.53, 8.10 (breakout) J&A Services Super ...


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