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Summer songs, acted out

By Gretel Daugherty

The Features staff takes the lyrics of popular summer anthems literally.  ...

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You Saw it Photos –– July 2011

By Dan Bennett

Reader-submitted community photos for the month of July.  ...

Obama the Expedient capitulates on Medicare and Social Security

By Josh Penry

As news began to break late Wednesday that President Barack Obama was contemplating systemic reforms to Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security (read that, big ol’ cuts to the nation’s crumbling entitlement systems), three new ...

Printed letters, July 8, 2011

By Staff

President Obama is proposing that the auto industry strive to achieve 56 mpg vehicles by 2025. My question is: Why wait so long? The industry acknowledges (finally) that it has the technology to do so now but is “afraid” the ...

Gov. Hickenlooper has the high hand

By The Daily Sentinel

Members of the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission bet against Gov. John Hickenlooper this spring and lost. Perhaps they thought Hickenlooper, who has a deserved nice-guy image, would simply capitulate to them. Instead, the governor ...

Colo. will share in $92M JPMorgan Chase settlement

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado will share in part of a $92 million multistate settlement with a unit of JPMorgan Chase over charges that it rigged bidding competitions. Mike Saccone, a spokesman for Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, said today ...

Fisherman’s death at Vega State Park investigated

By Paul Shockley

State and local authorities are investigating the death of 67-year-old Orchard Mesa man who was reported Thursday afternoon by a witness as floating face down in shallow water at Vega Reservoir. Colorado State Parks spokeswoman Deb Frazier ...

E-mail letters, July 7, 2011

By Staff

College neighbors will lose money with the expansion The Grand Junction City Council recently denied the request of one of Mesa State College’s neighbors for a zoning change partly based on the need to continue to work with the ...

Hickenlooper lauds fossil site’s significance

By Dennis Webb

A scientist and a governor this morning hailed the importance of a Snowmass Village Ice Age fossil site that has produced thousands of bones. “I think the science boundary that was pushed here is significant; it’s ...

CDOW weekly fishing report — July 6, 2011

By Special to the Sentinel

For river fishermen across Colorado, the wait goes on. Virtually all free-flowing rivers still are running bank-full and off-color, and even the South Platte tailwaters, which for a number of weeks provided the best stream-fishing conditions ...

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