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Legislative privilege and Laura Bradford

By The Daily Sentinel

State Rep. Laura Bradford apologized to her colleagues and constituents Monday, an appropriate act in the wake of her traffic stop by Denver police last Wednesday and her subsequent release based on legislative privilege. The problem is, ...


Legislative privilege and Laura Bradford

By The Daily Sentinel

State Rep. Laura Bradford apologized to her colleagues and constituents Monday, an appropriate act in the wake of her traffic stop by Denver police last Wednesday and her subsequent release based on legislative privilege. The problem is, ...


Facts and opinion too often confused in high-tech media

By Jim Spehar

Anyone else tired of the non-presidential debates that seem to have become the end all and be all in the GOP primary? We’re all familiar with the spectacle of a bunch of guys (since Michelle Bachmann exited) standing around on a stage, ...


Vacancy votes must be open

By The Daily Sentinel

When city councils or school boards vote to fill a vacancy on their boards, they are making important policy decisions about who should be installed to take part in future decisions. There is no reason that either the discussion about ...


Death Notices, Jan. 31, 2012

By Staff

■ Miriam Lee Karsten, 74, Grand Junction, died Jan. 28, 2012, in Loma. Services will be at 11 a.m. Feb. 18 at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Mrs. Karsten was an office manager. Survivors include her husband, Fred; two sons, Brian of Loma ...


Bill would ban secret balloting on vacancies

By Charles Ashby

City councils and school boards in the state would no longer be able to vote in secret when filling vacancies on their panels under a bill introduced into this year’s Legislature. The measure, House Bill 1169, is aimed at reversing a ...


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Novice competitor goes to world-class snow sculpting showdown

By Melinda Mawdsley

Tim Wedel had some childhood experience sculpting snow, but those winter days spent building snowmen, admittedly, did not prepare the Palisade man to compete against some of the best snow sculptors in the world. Fortunately, Wedel was not ...


$200,000 oil, gas fine cut to $20,000

By Dennis Webb

State regulators reduced a fine over violations at four Delta County oil and gas wells to one-tenth of its original $200,000 amount after the company involved asked that it be reconsidered. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission in ...


Handy Chapel congregation raising funds for restoration work on historic chapel house

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Handy Chapel congregation members are ready to complete work that began last spring on the church’s chapel house. HistoriCorps preservation volunteers replaced the house’s roof and stabilized its front porch during the first week ...


Driver arrested after parking accident at apartments

By Melinda Mawdsley

A 44-year-old Grand Junction woman was arrested after she crashed her vehicle into a gas meter and an apartment complex Saturday at 1240 Bookcliff Ave., according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Rennae Sanchez, address unknown, was ...


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