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Printed letters, Feb. 17, 2010

By Staff

Sentinel wrong on King’s bills The Daily Sentinel editorial staff is dead wrong on the bills I am running this year. They misrepresent House Bill 1334, which changes the public indecency laws in a way that most people would ...


UPDATE: Bogus bomb threat closes City Market in Basalt

By Paul Shockley

A phoned-in bomb threat at Basalt’s City Market closed the store, and a nearby shopping center, for most of Tuesday. An anonymous caller around 10:30 a.m. said a bomb inside the store would detonate at 5 p.m., Pitkin County officials ...


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Fisher Towers in late winter

By Duffy Hayes

Chris Tomlinson captures the late-season beauty of Fisher Towers in Utah.  ...


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Guitar concert to benefit local doctor

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

John Winn meets his friend, Dr. Ed Harris, twice a week at Coffee Muggers to discuss poetry, religion and old country music. They met at the coffee shop five years ago and have been steadfast friends ever since. Often he takes his guitar ...


Mesa basketball team drops in rankings

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The Mesa State College men’s basketball team lost its first game in more than a month last Saturday and it cost the Mavericks their spot in the top 10. The Mavericks (20-2, 14-1 RMAC) dropped from No. 9 to No. 15 in this week’s ...


Candy and soda tax on the way to Colo. to governor

By The AP

DENVER — A package of bills taxing everything from candy and soda to online sales provides only one-tenth of what Colorado lawmakers need to close a $1.5 billion shortfall this year and next, but Republicans and Democrats say the impact ...


Mesa softball team rearranges schedule

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The Mesa State College softball team may have had its season opening tournament scrubbed in Kearney, Neb., but the Mavericks will play this weekend. Coach Kris Mort has arranged for Adams State and the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs ...


Autopsy planned on body found in Delta County

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An autopsy is planned this afternoon on a body that was found in a Delta County canal on Monday. Delta County Undersheriff Mark Taylor said a ditch rider inspecting canals Monday afternoon found a “pretty well decomposed” body ...


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Sign company flashes its optimism

By Amy Hamilton

It can be a glum world, especially if you’re unemployed, losing your home or just struggling to keep the creditors at bay. But it’s safe to say no one is immune from the effects of the sagging economy. That’s why some locals ...


Sales tax shortfall has city scrambling

By Emily Shockley

The suspension of select programs and maintenance could fix budget woes for the city of Grand Junction, but only time will determine how much will be axed out of the city’s 2010 budget. Grand Junction City Council members and city ...


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