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Printed Letters: Oct. 26, 2014

By Staff

Representative Scott Tipton’s little dog and pony “news” show Tuesday made TV and the dutiful Sentinel’s pages Wednesday. We get it. Tipton supports businessmen because they provide jobs for all we “takers.” ...

Yosemite climbing film screening tonight

By Staff

Grand Valley Climbing, 1548 Independent Ave., is hosting a viewing of “Valley Uprising” tonight from 6 to 10 p.m. The two-hour film features a history of climbing at Yosemite National Park where much of the “climbing ...

Man injured after crashing while eluding troopers

By The AP

TRINIDAD — The Colorado State Patrol says a man was injured after crashing while trying to flee a traffic stop on Interstate 25 near Trinidad. Troopers say the man was stopped Friday evening for suspected drunk driving and then took ...

Hickenlooper joins ‘personhood’ opposition effort

By The AP

AURORA — Gov. John Hickenlooper is joining abortion-rights advocates today who are opposing a ballot measure to add “unborn human beings” to Colorado criminal code. The governor is listed as a “special guest” at ...

Printer of Palisade ballots made goof on Front Range

By Charles Ashby

Palisade residents are not the only voters dealing with problems with their ballots this election season. The Adams County Clerk’s Office reported on Friday that they, too, had problems with ballots sent to a select number of voters in ...

After parental complaint, book approved by school review panel

By Duffy Hayes

The best-selling but advanced-themed novel “Ender’s Game” by author Orson Scott Card will still be part of the District 51 language arts curriculum, after a special committee convened by the district voted to keep the text in ...

3rd Congressional District: Tipton vs. Tapia

By Gary Harmon

U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, a Republican, is seeking his third term against a challenge by Abel Tapia, a Democrat and former state senator and former director of the Colorado Lottery. Tipton and Tapia have largely disagreed on the role the ...

Park Service lowers its demand for whitewater outfitter insurance

By Dennis Webb

Insurance requirements for whitewater boating outfitters at Dinosaur National Monument still will increase, but by less than the agency had proposed last year. It’s a change the industry believes should make it more viable to continue ...

Blotter: Oct. 25, 2014

By Staff

Motel standoff resolved A man called Montrose police from a room at the Affordable Inn, 1480 S. Townsend Ave., in Montrose on Friday morning, and made threatening statements that included the use of firearms, prompting law enforcement to ...


Win ... and wait

By Dale Shrull

Grand Junction High School took care of business on the football field, and now comes the waiting game. The Tigers took advantage of some sloppy play Friday night by Gateway to get a 42-12 South Metro Conference win at Stocker Stadium. But ...

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