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Printed Letters: July 20, 2016

By Staff

Friedman’s column blamed Republicans As a senior citizen I frequently tell people that I went through most of my life as a very conservative Republican, but also a life in which I rarely knew, nor cared, what political party my ...

President Obama should protect Bears Ears

By Bill Grant

There were familiar faces in the crowd gathered last Saturday in Bluff, Utah to hear Interior Secretary Sally Jewell speak about the future of the Bears Ears in San Juan County Utah. The presence of Colorado residents was a reminder that ...

Council should move quickly on broadband

By The Daily Sentinel

After soliciting a raft of private-sector proposals on how to establish citywide high-speed internet service, Grand Junction City Council members hit the brakes Monday, refusing to commit to a partnership model they chose ...

Monument-fee issue draws scant response

By Rachel Sauer

Since Colorado National Monument officials announced a proposal Thursday to raise entrance fees — in some cases doubling them or more — “we haven’t heard very much at all,” said Todd Overbye, Colorado National ...

Study: Houses, drilling take toll on deer

By Gary Harmon

Mule deer populations are under strain in Colorado as development continues in rural areas, says a study by Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the Wildlife Conservation Society and Colorado State University. The study, which researchers said shows ...

Two bodies found in river are identified

By Staff

Two bodies found in river are identified The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office has identified both men who were pulled from the Colorado River on Sunday, and are in the process of notifying next of kin, according to a release. The two ...


CMU adds degree in civil engineering

By Katie Langford

Colorado Mesa University students can now earn a degree in civil engineering, university officials announced Tuesday, a program expansion made possible through the university’s partnership with the University of Colorado in Boulder. CMU ...

Backers of TABOR timeout end ballot campaign

By Charles Ashby

The backers of a proposed ballot measure asking for voter permission to allow the state to retain taxpayer money above revenue limits ended its campaign on Tuesday. The group, Colorado Priorities, said part of its reasoning for backing away ...

Fruita 8-10 All-Stars win state Little League title

By Staff

Rob Smolinski wasn’t sure how the play was recorded in the scorebook on Tuesday, but the Fruita 8-10 All Stars baseball coach didn’t care. Tade Weber’s hit got by North Boulder’s center fielder and Weber came all the ...

Opinion Time, July 19, 2016

By Staff

Dale Shrull Sentinel sports editor The Rockies have had a nice year but they are still a below .500 club. That means it’s time to look to 2017 and beyond. Trade? You betcha. The obvious choice is Carlos Gonzalez but I say keep the ...

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