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U.S. needs clarity and a plan for Middle East

By The Daily Sentinel

America’s prime directive in Iraq should be bolstering the Iraqi government so that it’s equipped to deal with Islamic extremists — not intervening directly against the extremists themselves. That’s the position ...

Printed Letters: Aug. 26, 2014

By Staff

Unaffiliated candidate for people, not parties Recently, Freedom! Colorado held its forum for the contested offices in Mesa County. Conspicuously absent from this event was Matt Lewis, the handpicked Republican candidate. He did not have the ...

At what price public safety? What freedoms to trade for less risk?

By Jim Spehar

Help me out here. When did Andy Griffith’s sheriff of Mayberry and Don Knotts’ Deputy Barney Fife morph into Rambo and G.I. Joe? At what point did we enter into this deal with the devil to turn local police departments into ...


Grand Junction hammers Ogden

By Patti Arnold

Forget about the playoff race. Just go play baseball. That’s what the Grand Junction Rockies are doing, and Monday night, it worked in a 9-1 victory over Ogden at Suplizio Field. The win gave Grand Junction a 1 1/2-game lead on the ...


Gossage helps dedicate Monument batting cages

By Allen Gemaehlich

Goose Gossage still looks back on his Major League Baseball career in humble amazement. He did after he was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2008 and still does today after the New York Yankees added a plaque of Gossage in ...


Howe plans to bump up race length

By Dale Shrull

Jonah Howe slumped onto his handlebars and breathed in the sweet taste of victory. But really he was just sucking in as much precious oxygen as possible after a grueling 30-mile race. With both grime and fatigue pasted on his face, he ...

Single-speed bikes present unique test

By Dale Shrull

It’s hard to believe that riders with only one gear can be competitive against the rest of the field. But that is the case, and at last year’s Grand Junction Off-Road 40-mile amateur race, six single-speed competitors placed in ...

Grand Junction 9, Ogden 1

By Patti Arnold

Grand Junction wins opening game of crucial Pioneer League series.  ...

Grant to help coal area broaden economy

By Gary Harmon

A Western Slope nonprofit group will use $370,000 to find a way to diversify the regional economy in Delta and Gunnison counties after the idling of the Elk Creek coal mine. Region 10, a nonprofit organization offering public programs in ...


Fruita names its choice for manager

By Amy Hamilton

The Fruita City Council may choose a North Carolina resident as its new city manager and ratify a contract at tonight’s meeting. Michael Bennett, 36, who has worked for the past eight years for the city of Hickory, will earn an annual ...

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