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Roan Plateau settlement has win-win potential

By The Daily Sentinel

The Roan Plateau was destined to be a battleground. Not only is it home to wilderness-quality backcountry, featuring eagles, deer, elk, black bear, cutthroat trout and rare plants, it’s sitting on top of a sizable gas field. In the ...


Printed Letters: July 20, 2014

By Staff

Readers disappointed in coverage of King Congratulations to The Daily Sentinel. You were on a witch hunt to get Steve King. You not only provided the noose, you participated in the hanging. It was not (and is not) your job to find him guilty ...


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Changes made to farmers weekly downtown event rub vendors, retailers the right way

By Greg Ruland

Now in its fifth week, the Downtown Farmers Market attracts patrons at an increasing pace while vendor complaints about changes in the way the event is organized have largely faded away. According to some retailers, the event adds an entire ...


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Champions earn big bucks in show ring

By Charles Ashby

One is a fighter and the other is a winner. But Kayden Bradshaw and his 1,210-pound steer, Tap Out, traded their traditional places Saturday when the 12-year-old sold his grand champion market steer for $8,000 at the Mesa County ...


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Man Who Quit Money talks about giving freely, with no expectations

By Charles Ashby

Daniel James Shellabarger thinks everyone should do as he has done, live without money. Shellabarger, who now calls himself Suelo after the Spanish word for soil, said money is neither good nor evil, but it is the root of all that’s ...


Substance takes back seat to sniping in Senate race

By Charles Ashby

Like children in a schoolyard pulling pigtails and making faces, the two candidates for U.S. Senate have taunted each other over a variety of politically charged issues in recent months. In almost daily emails to supporters, the Internet and ...


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New parks chief sees monumental task ahead

By Gary Harmon

Only Yellowstone National Park had a higher priority than Colorado National Monument for Sue E. Masica, the new director of the National Park Service’s Denver-headquartered Intermountain Region, who visited the monument this ...


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GJ Rockies hold off Helena rally

By Staff

Grand Junction held off Helena’s ninth-inning rally Saturday night for a 6-5 Pioneer League victory. The Rockies (17-14) moved within three games of Orem for first place in the South Division after the Owlz lost 8-4 to Missoula. Luis ...


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On field, players find joy far from home

By Patti Arnold

It’s 2,728 miles from Boca Chica, Dominican Republic, to Grand Junction. To a young baseball player traveling to the United States for the first time, it feels even farther. “It’s very hard. For the Latin guys, our ...


Three teams reach state title games

By Staff

Zac Coleman hit a two-run home run in a three-run first inning Saturday for Monument Little League’s 10-11 Boys baseball team, which defeated North Boulder 5-1 at the state tournament in Arapahoe. Kory Christensen pitched four solid ...


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