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Marijuana measure in CO survives legal challenges

By The AP

DENVER — A proposed ballot measure to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Colorado has survived two legal challenges. The Colorado Supreme Court this week rejected two challenges to the measure that would ask voters whether ...

Perry’s stumbling shows GOP’s emerging ‘cult of competence’

By Josh Penry

Rick Perry has had a difficult week. A rambling, uneven performance at the Florida presidential debate 10 days ago has sent the once-orbiting Texas governor plummeting back to the Republican Presidential Peleton — winded, wounded and in ...

‘Batter up! in Grand Junction?

By The Daily Sentinel

The worst-kept secret in Grand Junction this past spring and summer has been the story that the owners of the Colorado Rockies were planning to move a Rookie League farm team from Casper, Wyo., to Grand Junction. Based on Thursday’s ...


Month’s Best Photos for September 2011

By Zach Schmitz

A collection of September photos by The Daily Sentinel photographers  ...

Crested Butte marks 50th birthday with free skiing

By The AP

CRESTED BUTTE — Crested Butte Mountain Resort is celebrating its 50th birthday this year, and it’s offering a day of free skiing to celebrate. The resort is offering a free lift ticket valid on this season’s opening day of ...

Medical marijuana patients find credit cards out

By The AP

DENVER — Medical marijuana dispensaries say some credit card companies are refusing to honor credit card purchases because of legal concerns. A medical marijuana lawyer says he thinks it’s the dispensaries that are a little ...

Moab gears up for 1st gay pride march

By The AP

MOAB, Utah — A gay pride march in conservative southern Utah was so unlikely that the idea started as a joke. But Amy Stocks figured it was about time, especially after the positive feedback she received online when she posted a ...

Email letters, Sept. 29, 2011

By Staff

Prop. 103 is just a huge tax increase Proposition 103 (raising state income and sales taxes “for schools”), on this November’s ballot (mail in ballots start Oct. 11), is the biggest tax increase in state history. The average ...

U-Haul driver enroute to new home killed in I-70 accident

By Paul Shockley

A man driving a U-Haul enroute with his family to their new home in California was killed Thursday after the U-Haul drifted off the paved shoulder of Interstate 70 and slammed into a support beam for the 26 Road overpass. Erik K. Bartholomew, ...

Tiara Rado Men’s Club September 29, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Men's League - September 29, 2011 2 Man Best Ball Front 9 - Flight 1 T1st Gross Paul F., Ri K. 34 T1st Gross Butch F., David ...

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