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Death notices, Aug. 11, 2010

By Staff

Carol Russell McKinley, 76, Grand Junction, died Aug. 6, 2010, at her home. A rosary will be said at 7 p.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the church. Mrs. McKinley was an ...


Despite loss in regional semis, Orchard Mesa happy with season

By Patrick Bahr

Orchard Mesa Little League advanced farther than any other Major boys baseball team from Grand Junction at the Southwestern Regional. A powerhouse from Texas, though, put an abrupt stop Tuesday to Orchard Mesa’s run to the Little League ...


Board sets recall vote for Nov. 2

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The Palisade Town Board voted Tuesday night to set an election on Nov. 2 for town residents to decide whether to recall Mayor Dave Walker. Walker recused himself from the vote to avoid “confusion and hard feelings.” He stood at ...


Vallario edges out Winters by 78 votes in GarCo sheriff primary

By Dennis Webb

Eight-year Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario barely won his Republican primary election Tuesday, in an outcome that both the loser and Vallario’s Democratic challenger says sends a message about voter dissatisfaction with the ...


Printed letters, August 11, 2010

By Staff

I was pleased with The Daily Sentinel’s Aug. 2 article about Jen Taylor and COPMOBA’s efforts to build three mountain-bike skills parks here in the valley. Some of our neighbors may not be aware of the huge potential of mountain ...


Ray Scott wins solid victory in District 54

By The Daily Sentinel

Ray Scott concentrated on his business experience and acumen at a time when jobs are of critical importance in House District 54. And that won him a solid victory in the Republican primary election for the District 54 seat Tuesday. Because ...


Automatic recount looks likely in Maes-McInnis governor race

By Staff

An automatic recount is required in the race for governor, or any other race, if the margin of victory for a candidate is less than 0.5 percent of the vote total, Secretary of State Bernie Buescher said. If the margin is between O.5 percent ...


Norton concedes to Buck

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Grand Junction native Jane Norton conceded the Republican Party nomination to Ken Buck, saying that “tonight is a little more than disappointing.” Norton said she had picked up much of the lead Buck had enjoyed, but “almost ...


E-mail letters, Aug 10, 2010

By Staff

Proposition 8 was invalid no matter who sat as judge The Daily Sentinel’s editorial asserting that Judge Walker should have disqualified himself from ruling on the constitutionality of California’s Proposition 8 is based on a ...


Sen. Michael Bennet wins Democratic nomination in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet has fended off a primary challenge from a rival who waged a relentless anti-establishment campaign. Bennet was appointed last year and backed by the White House after predecessor Ken Salazar ...


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