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Hoping for a sign of change in Colorado National Monument

By Denny Herzog

A couple years ago, I was asked to serve on the board of the Colorado National Monument Association. I agreed. Unfortunately I didn’t do my homework first. That was my mistake and I regret it. Board members for any organization should be ...

‘Consent of governed’ sought for Dist. 51

By The Daily Sentinel

Most Americans recall that the Declaration of Independence states that all men have the right to “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.” But how many recall the next section of our founding document that says: “That to ...

Controversy over horse slaughter renewed with GAO report

By Staff

The controversy over the commercial slaughter of horses in the United States resumed a little more than a week ago with a report from the Government Accountability Office that raised questions about the effect of action taken by Congress five ...

Tiger and Moose

Ensuring proper saddle fit means more than tight cinch

By Bob Silbernagel

Moose was fortunate, we learned recently when Tiger Adams came to visit. The new jumping saddle I purchased in January, which I thought was a decent fit for my plus-size pony, actually fits him very well. From pommel to cantle, side bars to ...

Garden spots for Ponzi schemes

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Colorado and neighboring Utah, despite their relatively small populations, are among the nation’s leaders in a category in which they’d rather not be a frontrunner: Ponzi schemes. That’s according to Marquet International, ...

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Sisters of the cloth wear feelings on their sleeves

By Sherida Warner

When fellow quilter Mary Biesecker told me “it’s better to have friends than material things,” I knew what she meant. But I had to smile to myself at her use of the word, material. As “sisters of the cloth,” we ...

Horseplay events, July 3, 2011

By Staff

July 9-10: All-breed show. Mesa County Fairgrounds, Grand Junction, Mesa County Fair, Frontier Belles Sidesaddle Club. 970-255-7107. July 9-10: Pony Club Show, Strang Ranch, Carbondale. July 15-17: Quarter Horse Show, ...

Your Town, July 3, 2011

By Tammy Gemaehlich

America’s celebrating her 235th birthday on Monday, and you’re invited to the party. Please, no cards or gifts — just a heavy dose of patriotism and flag raising will do the trick. Have a safe and happy Fourth of ...

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Sales of GJ construction companies part of national trend

By {screen_name}

When Ron Tipping announced last week that the company his wife’s parents started more than a half-century ago had been bought by a firm formed specifically to acquire building-materials companies like Grand Junction Pipe and Supply, it ...

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Facing off with fireworks

By Daniel Humphries

In almost any other job setting, interns are asked to fetch coffee or sharpen pencils and then go home satisfied with a job well done. Luckily for this intern, things get a bit spicier at The Daily Sentinel. I was asked to risk life and limb ...

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