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Family reeling after house fire kills pet

By Paul Shockley

Grateful for MacKenzie, they grieved Chloe on Orchard Mesa Wednesday. One of Phyllis Casteel’s miniature dachshunds, MacKenzie, took shelter from the cold inside her owner’s jacket on the morning after a fire gutted the Casteel ...

Death Notices, Dec. 29, 2010

By Staff

Ruth M. Berger, 94, Delta, died Dec. 27, 2010, at Montrose Memorial Hospital. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Taylor Funeral Service Chapel in Delta. Entombment will at 2 p.m. Monday at the Good Shepherd Cemetery in Wheat ...

Briefs, Dec. 29, 2010

By Staff

Music school offering scholarship Sera Schools music programs will offer the Ford Music Scholarship for the winter/spring semester of 2011. The scholarship, named for Sera Schools Founder Brita Fay’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. James Ford, ...

E-mail letters, December 29, 2010

By Staff

Renewable energy costs taxes and jobs Before we run out and praise our Colorado politicians for their efforts to fund renewable energy, we need to understand just what it is they did for us. Renewable energy funds or incentives are a nice ...

Douglas Bruce

Secret campaign deserves hefty fine

By The Daily Sentinel

It was welcome news that an administrative law judge in Denver this week fined a charity created by anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce $11,300 for violating state campaign law by pushing three government-crippling ballot measures in ...

Governments rearrange deck chairs, push taxes while ships are sinking

By Rick Wagner

There’s an apocryphal tale that, while the Titanic was sinking, dutiful stewards were rearranging the deck chairs for passengers instead of helping them get in the lifeboats. The image is cited as an example of an exercise that does ...

Printed letters, Dec. 30, 2010

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel’s Dec. 26 editorial, “Numbers Game,” is misleading in one important aspect.  The statement, “Colorado is somewhere in the middle in this spectrum. It still faces difficult budget issues and its ...

Man suspected of stomping puppy to death

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Police say a Colorado Springs man is suspected of stomping his girlfriend’s puppy to death because she wouldn’t answer her phone. Police arrested 25-year-old Christopher Blackstone on suspicion of felony ...

Child in hospital, flu season under way

By Staff

A child under 5 years of age has been hospitalized with influenza-associated illness, according to the Mesa County Health Department. “This indicates that the flu season is beginning,” the Health Department said in a news release. ...

Winter storm warning issued for area

By The Daily Sentinel

Western Coloradans may want to brace themselves for a winter storm. The National Weather Service in Grand Junction has issued a winter storm warning effective until 6 a.m. Friday for Eastern Utah and Western Colorado. Mountain areas may ...

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