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From Dr. Evil,
with love

By Guest Columnist

By Sam Schabacker Recently The Sentinel’s editorial page repeated a charge that’s been formulated by the right-wing echo chamber: that the movement to oppose fracking is brought to you by “Russkies.” The more we see ...


Oil and gas development threaten a World Heritage Site

By Andrew Gulliford

Across the nation there are many places to drill for oil and gas but only one center for the ancient Ancestral Puebloan culture exists. A World Heritage Site, Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northern New Mexico is being threatened by ...


Large-scale industrial activity a tough fit for Colorado’s farm-to-table capital

By Guest Columnist

By Mike Drake Like many places in western Colorado, the economy in the North Fork Valley remains challenging. Over the decades, our swings in fortune have been influenced by forces outside our valley. Volatile commodity and energy markets can ...


CMU is a pillar of our community

By Guest Columnist

By Mike McBride and Chris Thomas We live in one of the best communities in America. Our community is surrounded by unmatched natural beauty and is full of decent, hard-working people. It’s why we’ve both established our homes ...


Disney World comes
 to Energy Forum & Expo

By Guest Columnist

By Richard Alward, Ph.D. Next Friday, Feb. 27, the Grand Junction Energy Forum & Expo will be recognizing its 10th Anniversary of providing a “stimulating educational look at the energy industry – today, tomorrow and in the ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 22, 2015

By Staff

Problem airport building shouldn’t be a surprise The Daily Sentinel on Wednesday reported that the Grand Junction airport board now considers Rex Tippetts’ unfinished building to be a “boondoggle,” perhaps better ...


Don’t toss the baby with the bath water

By The Daily Sentinel

We opined recently that the state’s testing requirements have proven onerous for school districts across Colorado and probably require some tweaks. But let’s a make a clear distinction between two separate things: standards and ...


State wrestling results, Feb. 21, 2015

By Staff

Class 5A Saturday at Pepsi Center, Denver Team Scores 1. Arvada West 163.5; 2. Pomona 153.5; 3. Grand Junction 113.0; 4. Pine Creek 87.5; 5. Rocky Mountain 71.0; 6. Fruita 60.0; 7. Cherry Creek 54.0; 8. Chaparral 52.5; 9. Ponderosa 52.0; ...


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Finally, tears of joy

By Tim Harty

DENVER — Fruita Monument High School senior Jacob Seely is a chiseled, powerful, confident, intense, no-nonsense 195-pound wrestler who looks downright mean when he tears into opponents and either pins them or beats them by technical ...


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Decision to stay in GJ nets Trujillo three titles

By Tim Harty

DENVER — How many state wrestling championships Jacob Trujillo would have won in Ohio, no one will ever know. But he was close to finding out. The Grand Junction High School senior, who Saturday night became the 10th wrestler to win at ...


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