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Police blotter: Feb. 17, 2010

By Staff

Man allegedly pulls gun A Castle Valley, Utah, man was arrested on suspicion he brandished a handgun at the occupants of a vehicle during a parking dispute on a snowy road, according to the Grand County Sheriff’s Department in ...


District 51 survey shows support for some cost-cutting measures

By Emily Shockley

Preliminary results of an online School District 51 survey show support for a four-day school week and a shorter school year. Community members, students, parents and School District 51 employees were invited to take the survey between Jan. ...


Bennet presses Senate leader to push public option through, using reconciliation

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U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., is urging Senate Democrats to sidestep the thereat of a filibuster and adopt a health-care package that includes a public option. Bennet wrote to Majority Leader Harry Reid. D-Nev., citing a Congressional ...


E-mail letters, Feb. 16, 2010

By Staff

Many gay people have served honorably in military Letter writer Clark Wingate says, “Those who want to drop “Don’t ask, don’t tell” have probably never served…” Well, from someone who is gay and has ...


Commissioner Craig Meis blames industry decline on local politicians

By Bill Grant

In the famous words of Walt Kelly’s Pogo, “We have met the enemy and he is us.” Or at least so says Mesa County Commissioner Craig Meis, who blames the natural gas drilling bust in Mesa County on “counties that asked ...


City services on chopping block

By The Daily Sentinel

Under any of the scenarios that Grand Junction City Manager Laurie Kadrich outlined for the City Council Monday evening, residents of this city can expect some reduction in the services provided by their municipal government. That’s ...


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 ...


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